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Re: moving more deeply into ego state therapy... Pfinstegg

Posted by Daisym on February 23, 2006, at 20:52:46

In reply to moving more deeply into ego state therapy..., posted by Pfinstegg on February 23, 2006, at 19:34:31

Doesn't sound silly at all to me either. I'm trying to imagine a family meeting and I think it might be too hostile still for me. There is an internal debate raging about which age "had it worse" -- and how each age wants to express things. And there is so much fear right now...that cold kind that fills you up and creeps down your neck along the hairline. Today my therapist asked if I could feel little daisy and would she like to talk directly to him. I said yes but I didn't know how to get out of the way and let her. It was too scary. So slowly he drew her out, and I sort of watched and interfered sometimes. So I'm incredibly impressed that you can get your "team" to cooperate. Not agree necessarily, but to be able to hear and accept each other is amazing. I can just picture your therapist talking to each one in turn.

Do you identify the age now, or can he pretty much tell? I've noticed that if a younger part of me sort of escapes and starts ranting or something, my therapist picks up on it and switches to a very open, protective stance.

I'm glad you are making so much progress. It is very painful and hard and I, too, am glad you found someone who works so well with you. I've been meaning to ask this for awhile, do you think there are different types of transference going on for different age states?

 

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