December 23, 2019 | Posted in:
Toronto-based psychotherapist and coach, specializing in helping people with mood disorders, anxiety and depression
February 12, 2020
I agree that intentions are important and . . . they should be held loosely. I have had several experiences with a clear intention only to find the medicine had another purpose. I believe setting the intention is most important for creating reverence and sacredness fior what is about to transpire as opposed to “controling the outcome.”
February 6, 2020
Thank you Jodi. Intentions speak louder than words!
February 1, 2020
This is a very beautiful idea to hold our client’s intention as sacred and keep it in our awareness during sessions.
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