Here is a question for the forum;
Many Expressive Therapists use different forms of 'meditation', personally and in therapy. Some types of meditation, with practice, may improve ones attention and non-judgemental 'openess'- which could lead the therapist to more accurate/authentic experiencing of client expression- imagery, movement, poetry ect. Has anyone experienced this? Does it seem possible? What helps you to be 'more authentic', or 'present', during the creative expressive process?
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