Therapeutic Thinking

Thinking out loud about Therapeutic Experiences


LogoSpend a week in a cubicle, or office space sans walls and you might find yourself researching therapy in your free time. It has become well known that therapy is a natural aspect of life. The most stalwart kings of old and the most important leaders of our day are surrounded by people who offer counsel and fill many of the roles of a therapist. Each counselor and aide provides their own views and ideas to help meet your needs. If every man is a king of his castle, then it follows that you too desire and need therapy. Maybe not physical, sexual or karmic therapy, but we all know we need therapy for something.

We buy candles and investigate Aroma Therapy. We consider the counsel of close friends therapeutic, and every day we like to have a little “me time.” Whatever your method of having therapeutic experiences you can be sure that some of these aspects make your time fulfilling:

  1. You decide the parameters of the event
  2. You experience a sense of quiet – a removal of unwanted distractions
  3. You were physically relaxed – got a massage, a dopamine building “pat on the back,” or ate a delicious meal
  4. You were affirmed and possibly received some reflective opportunities
  5. It may have been cathartic Рyou got rid of some of your baggage Рemotional, physical, spiritual

Consider for a moment your need for therapy and then consider that you may be best equipped to decide what therapy you need. The process of choosing your own reprieve from the busy and costly labors of life will be therapeutic for you. Hope you have a great afternoon and turn off your phone while you get some therapy from someone real. Have a great day. Breath in, breath out, breath in, breath out…

-Relax