enlightened wrote:Sorry AT, i didnt mean to evade your question.When I started at SFSK I was in therapy, ongoing, but I had done a lot of work on myseff and I got to the stage where I was ready to take it to the next level.I had always been interested in spiritual evolution and had delved into probably every new age modality you could think of.I have stopped therapy now because I got to a stage where I felt that Id dealt with my issues as best as I could.I am not limited to SFSK, and I am open to a wide range of personal growth tools. A couple of years ago I tried a therapy called PSH, which I thought was excellent and once a year I go to QLD and have a chakra balancing.But no I dont think that spiritual work alone is enough, it is not a holistic approach..I hope this answers your question.
No need to apologize. Please continue by responding to the other part of my post as well:
"On a second point, unless I'm mistaken (please correct me if I am), you appear to have said you take from the SFSK what you like, but omit things that don't work for you. Is that correct?"
Thank you for the reply to my first question, in which you say the SFSK is for you a personal growth tool, along with other tools including therapy, that spiritual work without therapy is not enough, and that for you spiritual work is a next level after therapy. It's interesting that some people on this forum see spiritual and personal growth as part of the same thing, while others draw a distinction between the two.