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Name: Dr. Richa Tyagi
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Article by Dr. Richa Tyagi:

What is emerging: An exercise in discovering purpose

Have a large sheet of drawing paper and crayons, coloured pens, or magic markers ready. Before you
begin, ask the client to divide the sheet into four equal-sized quarters with a marker or pen. You will ask
the client a series of four questions, and each answer will be recorded as a drawing or symbol in one
quarter of the sheet. Guide your client to relax in a comfortable but alert position and to attune to their
inner self, with eyes closed. Instruct the client:

1.Ask yourself: "Where am I now in life?" Allow images, sensations, feelings, and thoughts to arise in
response. . . . When you feel ready, capture your response on the paper, in colours, shapes, symbols, or
pictures. . . . When you finish, set the drawing aside and once again close your eyes, turning inward.

2.Now ask yourself: "What is emerging in my life now?" "What is my next step?" Again observe the
images, sensations, feelings, and thoughts that arise, drawing a response in a second quarter of the
sheet. . . . When you are finished, return to the quiet place within.

3.Ask yourself: "What is getting in my way?" "What is holding me back?" Observe your response and
capture it in a section of the paper. . . . Again, return to the quiet of your inner self.

4.Ask yourself: "What do I need to develop in order to take my next step and to move through my
difficulty? What quality do I need to develop in my life?" Allow yourself the time necessary to receive
images, sensations, and feelings in response. . . . Observe whatever comes up, and capture this
response in the final section of the drawing paper. . . . Now, look at all four of your drawings/symbols
and notice whatever is there to see. . . . You may wish to make notes about your responses to the
questions, what you felt and thought (adapted from the Institute of Psychosynthesis; to author, 1996).

When we are clear on our purpose, it is possible to bring all aspects of will - strong, skilful, good, and
even transpersonal will - to bear on a problem. With clarity of purpose, our clients are maximally
prepared to triumph over even very hard times.
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