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avindroth · 2021-01-25 · Original thread
So book on memory reconsolidation isn't necessarily a methodology, but a bit of science that I used to justify the methods I used. This book[1] by Bruce Ecker is good.

Yeah Kukla is a hard book to get, but very worth it. It provides a comprehensive view of history of psychology, with a strong (good) bias against behavioral psychology.

I would look into Eugene Gendlin's Focusing[2][3], as first steps. Then stuff by Mark[4][5], or Gestalt Therapy[6].

The key to all of this I think is literally doing whatever you want to do. This can't be explained in one go (unfortunately), but you should basically engage in your vices. If you are curious or none of these resources suffice, you can also DM me at







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