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Re: Agreed. That would be grounds for

Posted by Dinah on January 18, 2005, at 20:39:09

In reply to Re: Agreed. That would be grounds for Dinah, posted by 10derheart on January 18, 2005, at 20:29:39

Yeah, my therapist used to think it was very schizotypal of me to think I had this ability to see much better with my eyes closed. But I've been spot on the money so often, that he now just thinks I'm supersensitive. :)

I know it's been a good session when my eyes stay closed the entire time. If I open them to look out the window, I know I'm not fully engaged. A really good session is eyes closed, attuned to him, and what's going on inside me, and to the space between us.

It's almost a religious event. No wonder I like therapy so.

(And my pastor does it *constantly*, even while teaching a class. Not so much in his robes. It's enough to make me think he has some sort of delicate problem, though I suppose it could be a nervous habit that he's unaware of, because who's going to tell their pastor that?)




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