Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by kevinmichael, Apr 5, 2017.
Are there other members here who think that these two therapies have much in common ?
They are intended to "redirect" trauma, not solve it. I've seen people feel better after using them but I haven't really seen them work in solving the core issue. But hey if you need to ease suffering try one. Just know that they often result in a placebo type effect, and the root cause remains. Power therapies are often used to speed up the process where therapy isn't available. But from what I see the slower healers tend to last longer, and more deeply.
Suffering has a purpose, it's not always better to eradicate it. See into it and grow. Happiness is incumbent upon pain.
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