Four Dimensions

Am I very large or very small?

When I designed this web site, I wanted readers to put their own mark on any small, safe experiments that I describe. That way, their design is unique.

Even so, I have to think about how I went about this large experiment!

I use the dimensions of:


These four categories made me who I am today. Would you devise different categories for yourself?

Each element of space, time, body and spirit may play a part in determining who we are – defining what is a ‘problem’ to us.

The categories can define the way we face life’s obstacles on our scenic route tomorrow. What milestones can we achieve (or not) as we develop and grow?  Each category offers a whole range of safe experiments. The categories are still there for you to work on; use as much or as little of them as helps.

All I would emphasise at this time is:  it’s difficult to learn or adapt without identifying and respecting the results of your own actions; your own safe experiments.

Further lines to follow

If you are interested in the key influences on my own thinking and actions, consider these pages:

What is seen as helpful in therapy. Could it be helpful to you, now?

My Way, if there is one

The scenic route

An Illustrated My Way; can some of it fit Your Way?

Models informing therapy

My personal view

My letter to readers

My stories

Over time, I have created links to other websites of interest as well as to other pages on this website. All this is intended to help with your research into how you might design your own small, safe experiment. 

I have been offered no inducement to provide these hyperlinks.

They worked for me when I completed my research for this site; that’s it.