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Re: Saw T shortelise

Posted by Daisym on October 1, 2004, at 21:20:02

In reply to Re: Saw T daisym, posted by shortelise on October 1, 2004, at 13:35:27

My therapist will go back to dreams and see which things have changed over time. He said he believes that the way we remember them, and then how we switch things around is an indicator of our internal contructs...and how we organize things via our internal expectations. Which is why he keeps a dream diary of his own.

I didn't mean to make you tear up, but if it provoked such a powerful response, I guess the question is why you didn't see that possibility yourself...and why did it touch something off in you? The answer might be the really obvious one, but I do sometimes like the exercise of looking at dreams in which everything in it is some part of which part of you is your therapist?

Last night I dreamed that I had to make a speech and the podium was 6 feet high and I'm only 5'3", so even with heels I wouldn't be able to see over. In my dream, I had to used the microphone anchored on the podium but I kept jumping up and down to judge the audience reactions...but I kept going and got through it.

I actually did have to give a speech today to a large audience. I opted for the clip on mic and told them about my dream. Since this was a speech about No Child Left Behind, I used the "behind" the podium dream to get a laugh. It worked.

I still want to use yours...and no, I live closer to a Bay, (S.F.) not the ocean.




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