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Minds also like to relax. They appreciate being unhooked from day-to-day thinking and allowed to float free and empty, like a blue morning sky, waiting for thoughts to arise. This form of attention is the basis of many meditation practices. Stilling the monkey mind, as it is sometimes called, the mind that chatters endlessly about this and that, bringing snippets of yesterday’s conversation, concerns about coming events, memories triggered by something in the visual field, is not only a form of mental relaxation, it provides space for the other kinds of thought to arise, the intuitive ones, the sudden insights.
Mindfulness is unconditional – we notice what is, without prejudice. For many of us, the experience of receiving another’s total unconditional attention and presence is rare – if we can transmit even a little of this to the people we work with through being mindful, we give them a true gift. - Mindfulness exercises 1. Stand up and feel the contact of your bare feet on the ground. Lift your toes, stretch them out, place them down, and feel the contact again. Slowly begin to walk. Be aware of the sensations of pressure on the soles changing as your weight shifts from heel to toes.
Bad experiences also concerned practitioners not being prepared. Caroline was seen for several sessions by a podiatrist, who never read her notes and had to be reminded why she came to see him. She felt that he wasn’t really interested in her – that she was just the next one in line. This reminded me of the time I’d arrived for my massage at the home of my practitioner on the wrong day – her mistake or mine, it doesn’t really matter; finding the usually warm and womblike room looking like an ordinary sitting What is the Professional Therapeutic Relationship?