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Re: Do other people meditate to prepare for therapy? Dinah

Posted by ClearSkies on January 22, 2006, at 21:31:12

In reply to Do other people meditate to prepare for therapy? (nm), posted by Dinah on January 20, 2006, at 23:37:56

Yes, I arrive early, bring the book that she I are discussing or working on at the moment, Right now it is "Loving What Is"" and it is the kind of book that requires a very sturdy cover, as it does get thrown about quite a bit.
Reviewing the latest chapters helps to reset my brain to this examination state, where I am ready to do a question and answer session with my T and dig a little deeper.

So far, my reading on my own has me frightened at what's ahead. The T assures me that I'm ripe for this process; that I'm far along in many areas,

But there an enormous amount of apprehension before each appointment as to what direction the session will take.





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