Importance of allowing the assimilation process to happen at your own pace
There are many insights about our life - we notice, realize and understand a lot of things about ourselves, but life does not change.
At least not as fast as we would like.
We change at the level of processes that occur after new experiences.
A lot depends on whether the impressions become a new experience. Will they become part of us.
We are changing at the level of assimilation.
It's not always a long process. It can also be very fast. Some assimilation processes can take minutes or hours. But sometimes this process takes years.
Psychologist, gestalt therapist, Trainee Supervisor, accredited trainer of MIGIS category B, specializes in working with children and parents, specializes in working with psychological (emotional) trauma, specializes in working with children and parents in the gestalt approach
Psychologist, Gestalt therapist, supervisor, group therapist, MIGIS program assistant. He specializes in working with psychological (emotional) traumas, specializes in working with psychosomatics, uses an ironically paradoxical approach in his work, uses body-oriented therapy in his work.