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Timing of Sessions

Posted by daisym on December 6, 2004, at 13:04:18

Do you think sessions feel differently, or do you act differently, if you go at a different time of day, or at night, instead of during the day? Is there any benefit to moving sessions once in awhile to see if you do react differently, or open up to different stuff?

I've gone mostly afternoons, but the few evenings I've done lately leave me much more anxious. I think I find the dark threatening. I rarely do mornings, so I don't know if that would be different. And when I come straight from work is very different than if I come from home on a day off.

Just curious.




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