It is interesting to explore how the different approaches to unveiling the nature of Existence relate to each other.
Big Mind grew out of a combination of a Buddhist view and Voice Dialogue, and Voice Dialogue in turn grew out of gestalt therapy and Jungian analysis. It is a “yang” approach in some ways, focusing on clarity of understanding and view. It brings awareness of the different ways the mind functions and manifests, on the personal and transpersonal levels.
Process work grew out of combination of a Taoist view and insights and techniques from Jungian analysis and gestal therapy. It is more of a “yin” approach, emphasizing a full bodied exploration of the mysterious unfolding of the process. It also brings awareness of the different ways the mind functions and manifests, on the personal and transpersonal levels.
It is interesting how both Big Mind and Process work use respectively a Buddhist and Taoist view and framework. Within this, they both use techniques informed by gestalt and Jungian therapies.
Within this, they take complementary approaches. Big Mind emphasizing clarity and understanding. Process Work emphasizing the mysterious unfolding of the process, engaged in with whole body/mind.
There are also other approaches in this general family, such as tantric practices, Taoist yoga and Breema.