One therapy-tool that I use frequently is asking myself a simple question. “What is the evidence to support the thought?”
If I am dwelling on an imaged wrong it can be put to rest with a simple, “what is the evidence of that?”
In the past my abusers had a way of turning things around to make it appear that I was the one with the problem. Not anymore. I see right through the BS much quicker now.
I have not posted in a while. The process of self-publishing is long and tedious but so very enjoyable. I am also planning for my trip to Newark in October to attend the annual Convocation of the Unity Fellowship Church.
I am also having Breast Reduction Surgery soon. I have a lot to share about my relationship to my breasts and how it relates to my childhood sexual trauma.
So much has happened since August of last year. I will talk about what life is like after therapy and the changes I have experienced in myself now that healing has come. Some changes are subtle and others are glaringly obvious.
Since this blog started with me trying to finish the book The Souls’ Poetry and I am now nearing the completion it is only fitting that I share the journey. I will be posting any and every thing happening in my life as it relates to the continuing evolution of my soul and it’s expression.
The Souls’ Poetry is my soul’s voice. This book is my soul’s gift to the world.
My life’s mission is to lead women to and through therapy. I want to demystify therapy, help women to identify when and if they need to seek therapy. My experience can help to show what to expect from therapy, how to choose a therapist and just to give a layman’s point of view about the entire therapy process from beginning to end.
So, let’s go. Next year this time we will be celebrating. The Souls’ Poetry will be on bookshelves. I will have a clear plan for my soul’s spiritual growth. I will be at least 5 bra cup sizes smaller.
Love, Peace and “the souls’ poet” mozayik