Be in "the here and now"A fable attributed to Han Fi Tzu tells about a man who wanted new shoes. He measured his feet,
but forgot the ruler at home and went to the market. When he arrived at the shoemaker's stand,
he remembered that he had forgotten the ruler and doubled back.
He found the ruler on his chair and rushed back to the market, but the market stands were empty,
therefore he was unable to buy shoes for himself.
"You could have tried the shoes on your feet!" said his neighbor.
"I trust my ruler better" was his answer.
-Can you relate this story to the "here and now" attitude?
In the Therapy sessions I believe we have everything we need realise things about ourselves,
about the way we orgenize ourselves and from there, to dare and live as we wish.