Here are some new questions from Rose.
- Is the “Signs of Disorientation” Page just for our info or how would we use this during a session?
This is for your info to help remind you about the signs in yourself and in your client.
- Is B(a) disoriented action/feeling an option and B(b) Oriented action/feeling a must do? If you have both B(a) and B(b) must they match? For example: If I have a disoriented action come up for B(a), should I have an Oriented action come up for B(b) or could it just be an Oriented feeling?
The way that Chloe has written this, B(a) is an option and B(b) is something that needs to be identified. It is all “mix and match”according to what you get from the (mcs). As in every part of the work, except the processes like the ECR, using your muscle indicator is the final guide.
- Who is the ‘We’ in option C(b)? PPs book says “within yourself, with another person or with a group.” How do you explain the ‘We’ when it’s “within yourself”?
This whole section C is about being oriented to others, so entrainment is not about a person relating to themselves. The “We” is exactly that, another person or group of people having the exact energetic synchronicity shared with each other, like the pendulum clocks having their pendulums swing back and forth in exactly the same timing and rhythm together.
- Why is F (Orientation to RR) after E (the Orientation Modality)? Shouldn’t the Orientation to RR come first?
My guess is that it is this way because all of the other Orientation items are things that directly influence the person herself/himself. The Orientation to RR through explanation is more informational and of a secondary nature. Also, F could come up more frequently with new clients. It would come up if there was a piece of the explanation that the client needed further understanding about, as it is presumed that a new client would have been given an explanation of the system prior to beginning the training of their muscle indicator. This would be in addition to that explanation.
- Is that a past unmet need or a present need or both? For example if Category #6 option 9) “Sleep” comes up. How would you explain that to the client?
Usually an underlying need was not met in the past and the need continues to be present in the present.
You would need to (mcs) to see if, for example if the Life need for sleep came up, anything needs to be explained or details need to be named by the client. You would (mcs) if you needed to ask the client if it struck a note or not… A session is a delicate balance between keeping the client in their optimal healing state which means that everything does not require an explanation, especially the first time an item comes up. When rechecking the statements more meaningful connections naturally occur when the whole picture is seen together.
- Earlier Exp. Repatterning–
(J) on page 80 TUPS, are we representing the actual parent or an ideal parent?
The actual parent is represented saying the developmental needs and the idealized parent is represented in the ECR.
That’s all for now. Come and visit next week for more.