Question, question, question. Don’t assume that the reason that you feel something, and that it’s right just because you feel it. And in that kind of process, you will become rational, you’ll become somebody who can use empathy, you will have the ability to judge people properly and accept them for who they are as opposed to continually moralizing, wishing people were something that they’re not.
You’ll have a much smoother path through life, and you’ll be much calmer and more peaceful without all that emotional baggage that drags you down. But it starts with looking inward and questioning yourself and not assuming that everything you feel or think is right.
http://Contrast this with “normal” therapy, where you can spend a long time, sometimes years, looking for the root cause of your problem, when it’s not the problem you need to solve – it’s your thinking about the problem. Once the pain caused by your thinking goes away, you’re also much more free to deal with the problem itself.