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Re: Using symbolism during sessions long Daisym

Posted by muffled on July 10, 2009, at 23:56:12

In reply to Using symbolism during sessions long, posted by Daisym on July 10, 2009, at 0:47:38

Daisy, does your t do much parts work w/you? I know thats a REALLY broad term.
But sometimes I think that symbolism is good, cuz parts of self that maybe don't understand other things as well, understand the symbolism, on some level anyways....even if they don't really understand, they might be pleased that someone has made an effort for them.
Symbolism kinda scares me, lol, everything scares some friggin part of me! But I shy away from that. But I have heard good things bout it from others.
Guess thats why there are so many symbol type stuff in our world.
Take care.




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