mindful psychotherapist’s reflection

Whatever has been unseen, unmet, unloved arises in order to be seen, met loved, and liberated within ourselves and within life.

How do you meet yourself – do you see pathology that needs fixing or can you see the innocence of the so called pathological states at their inception. What would it feel like to honour the coping that had taken place in challenging circumstances. Symptoms are life’s way of pointing out what has yet to be met, loved and liberated rather than as evidence of our lack.

We spend a lot of energy trying to get rid of emotions that would simply pass through, if we weren’t judging them to be a problem to be solved, or a statement about ‘me’ rather than about a moment.

based on Dorothy S. Hunt: Mystery, Mind and Meaning

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