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sophiab
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I should add, the fact that the client has woken up to the degree that she identifies the prevelance of lying around her, is a very positive step in her healing. It can lead to feelings of isolation and depression when this reality hits, but her external environment will start to shift as she gains more insight about what was happening inside her and learns to love herself more, ie to face some of her own inner lies and the reasons they happened. 

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@sophiab I don't think it's the client's fault people lie to her and she does not lack insight, by a shot. Her profession sees her surrounded by sycophants, all day, every day.  It's an abnormal situation.

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@elsa It's not a question of blame or being at fault. It's about the relationship between the internal and external and ways that what we hold inside us gets reflected. Much of what is inside us is unconscious to our own thinking and because of this it energetically seeks release - it tends to have the strongest reflection. In a sense, this dynamic of externalisation offers us clues that we can grasp over time to know ourselves better. We can use it. If you are in a profession surrounded by liars and psycho-phants and you are unhappy, you can learn something from that by asking the question why, why am I here, what do I need to know and understand? It's helpful to examine your own role and whether this repeats something, have I been here before, who am I to so and so, who are they to me? But you shouldn't judge yourself for what's happening. Even posing the questions changes the situation over time. It could be any situation. I agree, being a human in general seems an abnormal situation, we are all liars to our selves with varying degrees of awareness of our predicament. When faced with parts of ourselves that are unconscious - that we have denied or discredited, we tend to have a knee jerk reaction to knowing about it at first, no, nope, definitely not me, probably someone else, that person over there, yes definitely that person over there who's weird and different from me, ugh they're awful, how can we get rid of them! Once over that, things start to open up. I'm adding these details because it relates to the current state of affairs, and recent mention of putting 'others' in camps.

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