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intentional use of CCI

by Rob Metcalfe

Announced as 'Intentional Use of CCI Co-counseling Sessions by a Non-believer in Catharsis Healing' by Rob Metcalfe, a well known member of CCI-USA (and contributer to this newsletter) send me this article. I am happy to publish it! Niek

One of the blessings of CCI Co-counseling is that every co-counselor, including a non-believer in catharsis healing like myself, can create what they need- including their own unique personal vision. In my opinion, one universal vision within CCI co-counseling that holds true for everyone does not exist. Instead, there is a melting pot of ideas that creates strength in diversity. This article will attempt to convey how this non-believer in catharsis healing practices intentionality within co-counseling sessions to move to a long range goal/intention. Others, including yourself, may see things totally different from me and that's OK.

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what does CCI mean to me?

Geoff Rowe; a personal reflection which I wrote after the European CCI in the Netherlands in 2012.

You ask me, ' Where have you been?'

It is

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a simple CCI introduction (2)

flowerThe follow up of 'a simple introduction (1) of last Sunday describes the content of an 'emotional network' website. This setup, as any other messages on the site itself, have to be short and simple. So that an interested outsider is able to understand the content of the message, no technical terms are used. The content is divided into two parts: a) the public part at the home page and b) the private part, only for those who subscribed to participate in the online practical offer, in order for them to get more insights about handling their emotions in a successful way, in a non authoritarian setting.

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a simple CCI introduction (1)

Since October 2012 a simple introduction of the CCI approach has been the subject in several articles on this website. Now we will try to summarize the ideas into three parts: 1) essentials, 2) content, 3) comments followed by provisional conclusions.
Like the CCI approach itself, a simple introduction will be a process in and of itself. And, this introduction is open to whatever developments, new insights, and regional and/ or cultural customs, as well as, and most importantly, to different regional and national languages. Essentials of a simple introduction of CCI are a whole range of items. This summary doesn't intend to be complete. Every reader is invited to contribute.

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wishful thinking and reality


Sometimes the difference between wishful thinking and reality can be disappointing. One benefit, though, is that one may begin to inquire about why they are wishful thinking, and if it's a waste of time. What is the drive behind wishful thinking? Has something like that happened before? What was the answer at that time? And is such an answer possibly also useful for now as well?
I believe it is OK to have wishful thoughts. Why? Because without wishful thoughts nothing will ever happen. And it is wise to check your own thoughts with other ones. Not only my newer ones with my older ones, but certainly also those of other people. To develop together possibly a new approach to solve what seems to be a long term 'problem'. And the problem is, how to promote the CCI approach in a simple way.

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    Aldous Huxley
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