She had never sat in my chair before, so she saw a whole different perspective of the room we were sitting in.
She saw different pictures, different books, different object sitting on my book shelves.
After settling in and getting comfortable, her emotional state also changed.
She was much more open and receptive to the topic at hand. She was much more engaged and aware of her own emotional state. She was able to catch her thought processes much easier.
By changing her physical posture, we were able to break down the emotional walls that had been built up and had kept her from being able to move forward.
It’s interesting what just a simple change can produce.
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