It is our bodies which sense and are changed by the state of other bodies, as a result of which we experience feelings and thoughts and impulses. As infants and children our bodies seek sustainable ways of reacting to the bodies that care for us, and these develop into patterns of embodied activation – what Nick calls ‘engrams’, which shape our ways of relating to others, and which we explore in therapy under titles like ‘transference’, ‘counter transference’ and ‘projection’.
Here we look at what the body can tell us, and how to apply this to therapeutic practice.
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