Friday, July 2, 2021
Helping our patients to have space with their “feeling and thinking mind” to notice, observe, and process for clarity
When there is an incident or event in our lives, it may trigger a “feeling” in our “feeling mind”. This is dependent on our beliefs and values.
This feeling may then trigger a thought in our “thinking mind”.
These thoughts may then trigger another feeling, then thoughts, then feelings, then thoughts, then feelings, and then a narrative develops. It may be helpful or unhelpful.
Without space to notice, observe, and process our “thinking and feeling minds” for clarity, it’s hard to manage that narrative.