A Liminal Space
What does that mean?
- relating to a transitional or initial stage of a process.
- occupying a position at, or on both sides of, a boundary or threshold
Love, beauty, poetry, creation, process occur within A Liminal Space
Some therapeutic processes are helpful because they make access possible to creative and unknown parts of ourselves. Such an experience is enlivening. There are many layers to what is “real.” Reality is what we experience, perceive, believe. Liminal is coming alive to who we are.
In this blog, I offer a poem, a thought, quote, and maybe a controversial idea about life, process and therapy.
We stand at a threshold between the world and our very self. And our very self, each our very selves, are unique. So a beginning….
Susan Barbour, Ed.D., Psychologist
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