Walking Each Other Home

“You're not helping me!” S cried. She was in tremendous pain as a cyst had grown onto L5 in the lower spine, and was also attached to a ligament. Fortunately it was benign, but she was bent double in agony, confined to her bed or couch, until surgery could be scheduled. Two thirds of the way through our session, there was no relief to be had. At first I was startled into thinking I had to DO something and do it fast to help S. That somehow I was responsible for making her feel better. Then a wave of clarity came through, and I realized there might be nothing I could do to help her. At that moment, I relaxed into letting go of outcome and settled into whatever was to follow. I tuned inside to

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