Taye Bela Corby shares an interesting approach to a common problem. At the end of her article she says, "I wanted to share this with you because I experienced Unseen Therapist working through me, as me, and I was sooooo surprised! I LOVE this!"
I was working with someone who was having difficulty making some important decisions about her adult disabled son. One of her specific events led to her having been criticized as a young child by her mother and Aunt. Even though she often disagreed with what they believed about her, she relied on their input in order to make decisions. Now that they
are deceased, her inability to make decisions has been heightened.
I know her interpretation was more global. However, I had an intuitive impulse to ask her if we could invite Unseen Therapist to work directly with her 'definition files;' specifically, the ones that require permission, almost as though I were certain there is such a thing.
I asked her to imagine a box of check boxes as to 'who is in charge' of her decision making capabilities and offered some choices. Teachers, friends, parents, aunts, uncles, clergy etc. I asked her to add a new check box and name it her name. We invited Unseen Therapist to resolve all definition files and permissions and for her to notice if/when she is able to check the box of permissions marked with her name.
It was amazing the peace that came over both of us after a few quiet minutes with Unseen Therapist in this regard. After our time together, she made a list of all her financial resources and made the decision to call an attorney with specific questions as well as call an assisted living facility to get the ball rolling.
I wanted to share this with you because I experienced Unseen Therapist working through me, as me, and I was sooooo surprised! I LOVE this!
Taye Bela Corby