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Project Sanctuary Players Questionnaire by Jocelyn, 39, Quebec
Every page opened up more and more my mind. It was like re-contacting this incredible child limitless creativity that I've forgotten somewhere in my past.
Jocelyn, 39, Quebec
It was like reconnecting with my power and my autonomy through a joyous inside game.
Every page opened up more and more my mind.
It was like re-contacting this incredible child limitless creativity that I've forgotten somewhere in my past.
How have you used the Project Sanctuary approaches so far?
For myself, I've used it most of the time for relaxation and exploration.
But on friends I've used it for helping them to move forward on their life when stuck on something.
What are the most important learnings you have derived from doing Project Sanctuary?
That Life is a playground where everything is a potential tool for learning.
That nothing is as dramatic as it looks like when you stay opened in that game of Life.
Do you have a favourite PS story you would like to share?
One of my friends has a depression and before to work with her she said she wasn't able to see where to start, which problem to pickup first.
The metaphor for her problems was loads of paper in which a traumatic even was written on each sheet… but someone had made a bad joke to her by putting many many blank sheets through the pile.
She wanted to clean the pile but hadn't the strength to do it. I suggested hiring the service of thousands of secretaries; everyone had some sheets to clean and a summary of the main traumas to produce. After that a responsible would be in charge to make a summary on one sheet of the core problems behind all those problems and traumas.
My friend could then work on those core problems with her psychologist. This PS session was two weeks ago and she has started to go much better… she was stuck their since six months.
She hasn't received the summary's sheet yet but it seems she had a breakthrough with that session and she now sees some light amongst the darkness!
Anything else you'd like to say?
It's a bit curious but Project Sanctuary gives me hope for the "after-life". If there is some "after or between life", actually, I'm learning its rules right here with Project Sanctuary.
Maybe the hard is for those who aren't able to cope with the limitless "paradise" of the free soul and they couldn't pursue their evolution without "real hard lessons"!!!
Jocelyn, 39, Quebec
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