“If one had to define the essence of the Trilogos®Method from a philosophical point of view, then it would be the concept of holistic self-reflection, which is what most closely corresponds to what is accomplished by the implementation of this method. Over the course of applying the Trilogos®Method, a person learns to fundamentally question himself and his environment – he learns to look at his feelings, beliefs and as well as his causal-logical thinking and actions from a new perspective. Through this newly acquired view of things, change and personal development are easier to accomplish as they are suddenly perceived as a conscious chance and opportunity. If philosophy is understood as an ongoing questioning of the given with the goal of further development, as postulated by Heintel and Berger for example, then the Trilogos®Method may be considered as philosophy insofar as it supports and drives development at a personal level.”
Michael Weiss from Oslo and Vienna (Norway/Austria), Philosopher, Assoc. Prof., Dr. phil.