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Re: Please, can someone answer this.... » muffled

Posted by Dinah on November 9, 2006, at 9:23:02

In reply to Please, can someone answer this...., posted by muffled on November 9, 2006, at 1:08:17

Could it be the seroquel as well?

I think all sorts of things are perfectly understandable once you know all the facts. But sometimes you're not aware in your conscious mind of all the facts, or how you're reacting, or why you're doing the things you're doing. (The latter has always been a huge issue for me.)

If you can manage to get in touch with that part of you and listen, you would probably have an ah-hah moment, and it would be perfectly understandable, given how that part of you is interpreting or understanding something.

Do you have ways of opening the channels of communication? I find stillness and imagining doors opening, or somehow opening the flow through my body, helps. Creative visualization. It creates the stillness where listening can happen. It's hard to listen when things are all confused and busy. Often when I'm in the bathtub letting the water run over my fingers, or dozing in a quiet place, the door to other levels of my consciousness will open and the answer to the question I've asked and left out there will just come. The answer often surprises me at first, then makes perfect sense when I think about it.

There's a quote from "A Series of Unfortunate Events" that I'd love to have worked up into needlework and hung somewhere in my home. Lemony Snicket might be quoting someone else, so forgive me for not properly attributing if that's the case. But it's "The world is quiet here." Do you have a place where the world is quiet?




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