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Re: can someone tell me how they felt -experience

Posted by garnet71 on June 15, 2009, at 16:49:04

In reply to Re: can someone tell me how they felt -experience garnet71, posted by antigua3 on June 15, 2009, at 12:31:07

I am going to tell him all about it. I also think he did all that last time to induce the attachment, so yes, I'm sure knows all about it. I'm really awed by it all.

So its up to the patient to remove the wall? I don't see how that could be possible with the blank state, but you had me interested in thinking about the possibility..

Do you guys call your T in between appointments? do they usually encourage that w/this type of therapy?

Well I'll find out this week if he will decide to treat me or not. I think this was a preliminary assessment.

It was interesting how I was just giving him my history but all this stuff happened and I gained so many insights. And after I left his office, I had new types of anxiety and could also picture it concretely like all the other emotional feelings. And the anxiety turned to grief and left my body, and that I even knew it turned to grief is really interesting.

did you ever feel that strong ache in your solar plexus when someone you were close to has passed away? Well what started out as anxiety and strong chest pains turned into that ache, that feeling of grief, then left my body. Maybe if this keeps happening I will rid myself of anxiety permanently.

 

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