I had this realization today that for me TMS healing usually involves doing the opposite of what my usual patterns of behavior have been. Some examples are: instead of my usual pattern of avoiding difficult or uncomfortable situations or emotions, I should move toward these and embrace them with courage and acceptance; instead of beating myself up over thoughts, feelings, or past behavior that I've judged to be unacceptable, I should practice self-acceptance and self-compassion; and rather than isolating myself and becoming inactive when in pain, I should be active and go out and live my life. The list could go on and on. This made me think of a Seinfeld episode where George realizes that all his usual patterns of behavior aren't working for him, and he decides to do the exact opposite of what he usually does. Anyone else feel this way?