[David Goldstein (2007.08.24.09:41 pmEDT)]
Bill and I were having a discussion today about the three levels involved in the resolution of an internal conflict
which he described in a previsou post and which Tim Carey has in his book on page 46.
I asked him some questions which led to some interesting thoughts and he suggested that I write them out
and put it on the CSGnet.
The ability of a person to control his/her awarenss to go up or down a level is part of the Reorganization System.
So, why doesn’t the person solve internal conflicts without therapy?
The therapist’s role in MOL Therapy is to hellp the explorer move awareness from the lowest level where the conflict is
expressed to the middle level and then to the top level of the three levels involved in conflicts. Awaress placed on
control systems gives a target for reorganization to work on.
This makes MOL Therapy to be a directive therapy, versus Client-Centered Therapy, and one which is directive in a very
Why doesn’t the explorer do this on his/her own? Awareness is drawn to the level where the error signals are largest.
Whille the explorer has the ability to direct awareness, he/she doesn’t know that ‘going up a level’ is the way to resolve the
conflcit. The MOL therapist has this role.
By the end of therapy, hopefully the explorer has learned the strategy of ‘going up a level’ and can apply it to future conflicts.
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