135Re: [Buddhism_101] Meditation and Therapy
- Jun 2, 2003Dear Frayleen,I sounds like your therapist is suffering from an overly scientific mind. This tends to limit one from using techiniques that are not strictly western (ie: psychology) and in fact, limits their growth and unfortunately, the growth of their students. She also seems a bit controlling. It seems you have two choices, but with in those choices are sub choices.!. Give up your practice. Not something I would recommend nor do I think anyone on this group. Now, you can simply not mention to her anything about your practice. I would not recommend this tact to anyone who was truly trying to get something out of therapy; however, it seems you are simply trying to complete a course of learning. In my opinion, she is not a very understanding therapist and here you have already learned something. I am sure in your practice of psychology, you will never do that to a client.2. Give up your studies. Again, I would not recommend this. I am sure you have put a great deal of time and effort into your courses and to give up now would seem a shame. Is there anyway to get a new therapist? Can you tranfer to a new school? Maybe the type of therapy is not to your needs or liking.Just some thoughts. I hope they are helpful.Namaste'Karen
"Existence needs you. Without you something will be missing in existence and nobody can replace it." Osho
Do you Yahoo!?
Free online calendar with sync to Outlook(TM).
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>