Counselling through consciousness arises from the paradigm of Consciousness based psychology (Consciousness Based Psychology [CBP] — Sri Aurobindo’s Integral Yoga and Whole Person Health by Dr. Soumitra Basu and Dr. Michael Miovic [in press]). CBP itself is a synonym for Integral Yoga Psychology or Integral Psychology as used by Dr. Indra Sen exclusively for the Aurobindonian perspective of psychology, decades before Ken Wilber patented that term for a different purpose.
CBP studies the being from different perspectives of consciousness as enumerated by Sri Aurobindo. There is a vertical perspective that runs from the Inconscience to Superconscience. (The Inconscience described by Sri Aurobindo is beyond both the concepts of Freud and Jung; it is however not an absence of consciousness but a domain where the Consciousness is veiled and dormant and waits to be released through the evolutionary process). There is a horizontal perspective that runs from the ego bound surface personality, traverses the inner or subliminal self that is connected to the cosmic or universal consciousness to reach the soul-space that holds the fourth-dimensional integrating principle.