Solving problems and generating metaphors
by Jan "yon" Saeger and W. Keppel
A cross-modality approach to solving problems can bring the resources of all modalities and all three levels of the mind (conscious, subconscious, and unconscious) to bear in new ways. Dawna Markova's method: 1
Rather than generating a solution to the problem, this method gives you a new way to approach it. Your new way may not make sense at first; just notice its effects over the succeeding days.
Wilma has used this method to generate therapeutic metaphors for others. Whether or not she tells the metaphor, it gives her more conscious and unconscious options for working with the client.
— Jan "yon" Saeger and W. Keppel
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