Psychosynthesis model of the human personality:

Assagioli’s basic diagram representing the human being has been an integral part of psychosynthesis since its earliest days. Assagioli said of this diagram, “It is, of course, a crude and elementary picture that can give only a structural, static, almost ‘anatomical’ representation of our inner constitution...” (Psychosynthesis, p. 17).



While Assagioli’s original diagram depicted Self (or Transpersonal Self) at the apex of the higher unconscious, the diagram which follows does not do so; in the rendering below, Self is not represented at all, and should be imagined as pervading all the areas of the diagram (Self can be contacted at any level, cf., Self-realization). Here then is the modified diagram outlining major areas of the human person:
A general comment about the diagram is that the oval is surrounded by the collective unconscious (unlabeled), that realm of archetypes and collective influences explored by C. G. Jung and others. Unlike Jung, however, Assagioli saw that the collective unconscious, like the personal unconscious, was stratified into different levels; indeed, he criticized Jung for not differentiating between the lower "archaic" levels and the higher "spiritual" levels of the collective. Accordingly, the labels for the three levels of the diagram—lower, middle, and higher—are shown transecting the oval which represents the boundary of the individual.