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{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Sue Mitchell September 10, 2010 at 11:05 am

Right on! :) I love the attention you’ve given here to creating the right conditions for getting this stuff out response ably and safely.

I’m a big fan of the mental download. I agree that you shouldn’t just expect bad feelings to just disappear “in a mystical and spiritual fashion,” LOL, but it’s amazing how getting them out of your head does take away their power in many cases. And if constructive action is in order, you’re in a much calmer place to do it.

One of my favorite ways of doing this is by writing a letter to the person and not sending it. Usually, when I’m writing it, I think I’m going to send it, but by the time I’ve gotten everything off my chest, I don’t need to. Or I can send a hugely abbreviated and much more constructive version. :)

Melissa Karnaze September 10, 2010 at 12:48 pm

Hi Sue, yes it’s amazing how much a mental download can do for you! Language can be a powerful tool for healing.

That’s a great technique with letter writing! And you can write the letter as if it were going to be sent, or write it as uncensored as you want to (knowing that you won’t be sending it). Thanks for sharing!

Marc The Mind Control Guy September 13, 2010 at 1:52 pm

The cool thing about the mind is you can vividly imagine something and the unconscious mind doesn’t know the difference. So you can vividly imagine yourself being completely calm and relaxed and that can help

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Mike Brownell September 14, 2010 at 3:08 pm

Marc spammed:
“The cool thing about the mind is you can vividly imagine something and the unconscious mind doesn’t know the difference. So you can vividly imagine yourself being completely calm and relaxed and that can help”

And how exactly is this is relevant? Should I chant “there’s no place like home” while doing this?

Melissa Karnaze September 14, 2010 at 3:25 pm

Mike, yes Marc’s comment is spammy, but I wanted to publish it because it’s what many people actually think in regards to mental health. The mainstream mindfulness movement included.

Studies do show that in certain situations the brain responds similarly to first-hand experience and imagining that experience (e.g. mirror neuron activity), and we’ve yet to see how powerful the sub/unconscious really is… but how far can we take this?

“There’s no place like home” is maladaptive in most situations, for many different reasons. Not a way to get something off your chest, but to abstractify your problems and dissociate from yourself.

Mike Brownell September 20, 2010 at 1:28 pm

Busted. I’ll try writing the letter and not sending it next time. Thanks for the enlightening response.

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