INNER WORK FRAMEWORK
A Spiritual Discipline
The Work is not a building, a place, a book, a system, dogma or tradition.
The Work is something that lives in the hearts of men and women – if they can find it.
The Inner Work approach is rich with personal growth technologies. Used as a reflective and spiritual practice for diving deep into the inner self. The intent of the work is self-exploration, self-understanding, healing, and ultimately transformation.
The methods used are devised and based on Jungian and transpersonal psychology, art and creative therapies, sacred technologies and ancient wisdom.
Process-oriented methods such as psychosynthesis, experiential art and creative therapies, bodywork and mindfulness are integral to the work.
Integral to Inner Work is the use of sacred technologies. Dreamwork, expressive art, the symbolic reading of the world through symbols and signs. Deep honouring of the body and its wisdom, meditation as a path of self-knowledge, reflective imagery, archetypes, ritual and mythological materials. These tried and tested inner technologies enable deep exploration of the conscious, subconscious and unconscious dimensions of the human experience.
The discovery and claiming of an individual’s personal sources of creativity, life force and spirituality is an outcome of doing Inner Work. This is why the journey is described as one of self-discovery.