A growth process demands action on all three areas. Progress on one of the axes consequently enables growth on the other areas.

Area of personal growth

  • Becoming more conscious of your own identity.
  • Existing in your day-to-day surroundings departing from your very own uniqueness.
  • Discovering your personal creativity and gradually experiencing it increasingly.
  • Acquiring a clear vision of your responsibilities and taking them on without being ‘under’ or ‘over’ responsible.
  • Developing relational aptitudes like communication, dialogue, trust, cooperation or assuming an open attitude towards diversity.
  • Increasing your independence and experiencing it in an appropriate manner.
  • Gradually discovering and experiencing your own value and the meaning of your life.

Area of re-education of the personality’s ways of functioning

  • Gaining a clearer consciousness of your own behavior and assuming responsibility for it.
  • Reducing disharmonic functioning and replacing it by good functioning, tackling your overreactions and positioning yourself in life with a certain sense of self-control.
  • Learning to make decisions from your deeper consciousness, making constructive decisions in which you take others into account, without being dependent on them.
  • Learning to employ good habits, good principles and attainable goals, and to let go of exaggerated principles and ideals.
  • Dismantling incorrect or negative thinking patterns, learning to stop and decrease destructive mechanisms.
  • Learning to live with a certain self-discipline, learning to listen to and implementing your willpower.
  • Learning to take into account the needs and possibilities of your body.
  • Learning to consider others in your surroundings without exaggerated adaptation or compulsion

Area of hygiene of the sensibility

  • Learning awareness and translating your sensations into words.
  • Taking your feelings seriously without letting yourself being swept along by them.
  • Learning to deal with your emotions, recognizing exaggerated feelings and giving all emotions their correct place, expressing your emotions in an appropriate way.
  • Learning to put your own experiences into words, and where necessary to analyze them