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Did you learn anything that surprised you?

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The dialogue exercise is a way of accessing the unconscious knowledge that we all have. It is similar to guided imagery and drawing. It is a way to find out what is really going on, and the message and/or answer is often contained in the symptom. Please read the lecture notes before practicing this technique.
Daylight, a chair and small table in a coffee shop with a plant in the window, and a mug of coffee, a notebook, pen, sun glasses, cell phone and clutch wallet on the table Directions: Set a timer for 10 minutes this week to dialogue in writing with a problem, issue, or symptom. In this exercise you will create a written dialogue with your problem as if it were another person sitting across from you. So you may need to pause and close your eyes often to try and imagine this. You will write fast, without analyzing what you are writing. This may be challenging, but just continue to write and let the dialogue unfold in a sort of question and answer format.
To do this, you will close your eyes, and ask a question in your mind, related to your issue or symptom. Then pause… and wait for that inner voice inside of you respond, when it does, you will then write down that answer. You will continue to do this back and forth Q & A for about 10 minutes, so you might be pausing often. Do not stop to read what you have written, just continue to write. If you can’t think of anything to write about, think about what primary feeling is coming up for you right now. Is it boredom? Is it resistance? Is it stuckness? or anger that you are not doing something else right now? Whatever feeling is coming up, wright about that. If nothing comes to mind, start with writing about not being able to write and then go from there. This exercise has no script, so just set timer for 10 minutes and begin…
After you have finished your dialogue, you can now read it over. If there is an overall message, write it down at the end.
The following are questions related to your discussion post:
Did you learn anything that surprised you?
What are some of the most important lessons here?
What new direction does the dialogue suggest to you? and How are you going to act on it?
Write these down along with anything else that comes to mind.
Future practice; you can continue the same (or another) inner dialogue with a concern to become more aware of that issue. The dialogue will continue to be useful, because you’re constantly changing. The answers you receive tomorrow will likely be different from those that came today. As you become aware of your emotions, you will naturally become aware of new emotions to explore and express in writing. Think of this dialogue with the symptom as an ongoing process.

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