888Re: troubled souls
- Jan 5, 2000Margaret wrote:
>In many different modalities, one gets this phenomenon. many people cometo
>healing modalities because they feel (often unconsciously) some need forMargaret, it appears that you feel anyone with a differing opinion from
>At some point or other, most (if not all) of the saints on this list will
>have the opportunity of experiencing this interesting occurrence through
>their own students. I was fortunate that it was *spelled out* in my
>Hypnotherapy Instructor training.
Patrick thinks they are a "saint" and doesn't know anything about group
process or dynamics. From what's been posted here previously, that's
obviously not the case.
Since you've mentioned what was *spelled out* in your training, I'll tell
you about mine. The study of psychology and counseling has been a lifelong
interest for me. I worked for a time in mental health, and I majored in
psychology along with art in college. I'm also a certified hypnotherapist,
and I have had extensive training with a psychologist in regression and
In addition to all the negativity occurring in the core group, I observed a
couple of things that my training *spelled out* as unethical. That's why I
left and why I have said that I have serious concerns about what happened
in the group. Now, if you want to believe that more than half of the core
group members left at the same time because they were "troubled souls,"
then I've got a bridge in the desert I want to sell you. :)
I realize that it's important for everyone who wants to comment about what
happened here be able to do so, but I *am* looking forward to the time when
Patrick is no longer the only topic on this list.
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