Matt Licata on Trust in the Fires of Disintegration

Matt Licata on how our movement into what Carl Rogers described as ‘the good life’ – as we actualise – tends to involve our feeling our feelings more intensely, and more connection to our vulnerability, rather than the floaty Zen detachment of popular new age myth. We agree with Matt, that this is both the nature of the process and intimately connected with its value. As we receive and empathise with ourselves more deeply, we also begin to offer this in relationship….

Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter

Counselling Exeter since 1994

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