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Re: 'moments of meeting'

Posted by twinleaf on September 8, 2007, at 13:00:24

In reply to 'moments of meeting', posted by twinleaf on September 8, 2007, at 12:03:07

Oh, I see that Daisy covered the exact same thing in a terrific thread, above, about "Magic Moments". Hers was a bit more verbal than what has been happening in my therapy, but the connection and feelings are the same. (I've been away and not reading recently).

I also disagree with Daisy's friend. These special moments are times when our younger selves are able to draw close to our therapists; their feelings, fears and unmet needs become much more real to us than they usually are, and having a therapist understand so deeply, and also offer a new emotional response is so liberating. I don't think these experiences make us more dependent; I think they are vital for growth. We are doing now what we should have been able to do then in order to grow- and we are doing the growing now because of these magical moments- I think, anyway.




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