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Life is infinite!

"Perhaps all the dragons in our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us act, just once, with beauty and courage. Perhaps everything that frightens us is, in its deepest essence, something helpless that wants our love."

Rainer Maria  Rilke

Why therapy? 

Therapy could be a chance to try a dialogue with our own Self, an encounter with the inner world that we often sense but seldom visit, for fear of what we might find.
You can use therapy as a new exciting adventure into an unknown territory that hides treasures of deep curiosity, compassion, creativity and liveliness.
All those monsters that we fear we will encounter in our inner world are waiting for us to make them whole. They long for connection, appreciation, so that they can transform into who they really are, a deep source of love for ourselves.
The "exiles", those parts of us that have absorbed the negative beliefs that we are either unlovable, unworthy, empty, alone, etc., are longing for healing and we can heal them by letting our true Self redeem them rather than looking for another to hold them up above water in an effort that is unlikely to succeed and will burden them with impossible expectations.
To cite Richard Schwartz in his latest book "You are the one you are waiting for. Bringing courageous love to intimate relationships" he says: "Once you heal your own exiles, you can drop the drawbridge of your castle and allow your partner enough access to you to create an enjoyable relationship."  

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