i interpret it as clinical because it's a presented in a clinical enviroment, as a clinical solution. but i also don't understand the difference between grounding one's self and being present-the way people describe them it seems to describe the same thing.Interesting. Because I don't see this as clinical at all.
so would you say being grounded is similer to being focused? because i do get very focused on things. often hyper focused. sorry, i don't mean to sound like i am starting fights. like i said that i really do not under stand what this language is describing.when you're playing chess? Most likely you're pretty grounded for that. Which would it a worthwhile activity
this is often what i've assumed it's referring to, but then i get into trouble by naming that i'm functioning well, and i'm not suffering, but i'm still not "existing properly" because i'm numed out/dissoceated and things.But so, being grounded is that something like, function without suffering? Is function the criteria at the end?