Individual Experience as Truth...
People struggle to trust their own feelings. Depth therapy facilitates the healing of the soul so that a person can listen, trust, and follow through with critical feeling states. When we do otherwise, we end up anxious, neurotic, and generally unhappy. Trusting feelings is a key component of mental health.
C.G. Jung wrote, "...the individual experience, by its very poverty, is immediate life, the warm and red blood pulsating today. It is more convincing to a seeker after truth than the best tradition." (Psychology and Religion 1938/1940, CW 11, 88.)
A person admitted, "Staying with what I feel and not being talked out of my feelings strengthens me. I had to leave one organization after another because they all wanted me to tow the party line, to get in step with what they believed and leave the way I felt. There was nothing but misery for me in listening to voices outside of myself."
When we go deep and listen to lingering feeling states, dreams that we remember after a night's sleep, and intuitions that come to us spontaneously, we often discover the fresh face of truth. It's a welcome relief to know and accept our experience that truth lies on the inside. We need look no further than our own soul for a feelings and experiences, dreams and intuitions, that keep us on our path and maintain the inner flow of immediate, warm, and pulsating life.