There is so much richness available online.
This is a tip from me. A documentary that explains and inspires an healthier and more naturally connected life.
After watching this documentary I went took off my shoes and walked miles. Putting back my shoes felt so unnatural and kind of the end of the party.
In the last couple of day I have been remembering a lot of my dreams and really felt they were interacting with my life, giving me signals and information for me to stay still and reflect.
I also always ask clients if they remember dreams as dreams can bring such powerful messages about your life and your developmental process.
Inspired by my personal dreaming storm I decided to share how I work with my own dreams. When I help clients work with their own dream there is much more possible, I can guide other back inside their dreams and explore in depth the meaning of them. However, there is a lot that you can do on your own, as I do, to receive the gift the dream is bringing you.
Do you want a therapist that shows you the way or one that helps you finding your own way from the inside out?
I have had a number of free introduction meeting this week where I explain how I work to different people, from different backgrounds and countries and I found myself reflecting on myself as therapist.
With a bit of a generalization you could say that the traditional role of the therapist is the one of guide: the wise person that dispense knowledge and advice so that the patient can improve, learn useful things and live better.
In the last past decennia there are a lot of discovery in the science of therapy and new views have emerged. There is more and more a focus on putting the client (not anymore patient) at the center of the process.
Today is April 1st, typically the day to make a fool of someone with a joke. Well, the joke is on me and my garden today, as I woke up to 5 to 10 cm snow. Just a couple of days ago I could walk around without a jacket and risking a sunburn.
I couldn't resist going for a walk, I did it early in the morning as I love to be the first to make marks in the snow. I got to experience a bit of a safari observing how animals and plant were reacting to this unexpected turn of events.
It made me reflect on how humans tend to resist unexpected event, how we tend to plan our lives to prevent as much as possible that something surprising cross our roads. It has become really important to exercise control over as much as possible of our life, it feels good, gives a sense of being safe.