What is a psychospiritual crisis?
Who we help
How we help
Vaše příběhy [not translated]
For loved ones in a psychospiritual crisis
Research and publications
Helping people with difficult psychedelic experience (not translated)
Milena ´s story (not translated)
Offer for donors
Mgr. Michael Vančura
Mgr. Mária Miličevičová
Mgr. Margareta Johnová
Bc. Tomáš Hilgard
Mgr. Petra Perglová
Mgr. Petr Odstrčil
Mgr. Dana Illanová
Mgr. Michal Petr
PhDr. Jan Benda
Mgr. Pavel Veselský, Ph.D.
MUDr. Valerie Štáfková
Mgr. Marek Vít
Press center (cz only)
Documentary on Diabasis: Crisis as a Cure
Support Diabasis - We are looking for new sponsors!
Kniha: Transpersonální myšlení v psychologii a psychoterapii
Czech Transpersonal Conference 2016 Invitation
Lectures for Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of Charles University in 2016
Cooperation with the Faculty of Arts, Charles University
Stanislav Grof in Prague
Invitation to events of BRET STEPHENSON - Prague
The success of the Diabasis project in the Vodafone Foundation competition
Visit Diabasis at the NGO Market Fair on April 10, 2019!
Czech-Slovak Psychedelic Forum October 18-19, 2019
Education for the public
Education for professionals
Education for donors
Differences between spiritual awakening and psychospiritual crisis
Spiritual awakening / psychospiritual experience
Internal experiences are variable, mild and easy to integrate.
The inner experiences are dynamic, impact and difficult to integrate.
New spiritual insights are welcome, desirable and broad.
New spiritual insights can sometimes be both philosophically challenging and threatening.
Gradual spilling of thoughts and insights into real life.
A stunning rush of experiences and insights.
Peaceful and manageable energy experiences.
Experiences of shock vibration, the energy that disrupts everyday life.
An easy distinguishing between internal and external experiences, the transition from one to another.
Sometimes it is difficult to distinguish internal and external experiences, or they manifest simultaneously.
Easy integration of extraordinary states of consciousness into everyday life.
Inner experiences disrupt everyday life.
A slow and gradual change in awareness of oneself and the outside world.
A sudden and rapid shift in the perception of oneself and the outside world.
The enthusiasm of inner experiences, willingness and ability to work with them.
Ambivalence towards inner experiences, however willingness, and ability to work with them under professional guidance.
Acceptance of change.
Resistance to change.
Willingness to give up self-control.
The need for self-control.
Belief in the ongoing process.
Antipathy and distrust of the ongoing process.
Challenging experiences are considered an opportunity for change.
Challenging experiences are devastating, often unwelcome.
Positive experiences are considered a gift.
Positive experiences difficult to accept, seem to be undeserved and can be painful.
Less frequent need to talk about experiences.
Frequent and urgent need to talk about experiences.
They choose when, how and with whom to talk about the process.
They don't choose when, how and with whom to talk about the process.
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