Month: October 2016

  • Anxiety in the Stomach

    Anxiety in the Stomach “I recently finished reading your book, and I was surprised that you mention nausea in the stomach as a symptom of anxiety occurring in sessions. I, as a patient, have been a “victim” of it, and my therapist was unable to explain the phenomenon. Moreover, I have had a couple of…

  • Attention as Becoming

    Attention involves concentration on what is not me. If we can witness without having to control the patient, we can experience the reality of the other person as she is. “It is not so much a matter of looking without or within. It is a matter of looking rightly or wrongly.” Saraswati Whether looking at…