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Freemasonry And Therapy
The participants in a Lodge meeting remain human beings, so there exist the same sociological phenomena as in any other group. The temptation to use Freemasonry as a self-repair tool is certainly tempting for some members. However, Freemasonry is of no help in repairing the bruises of the soul or the heart. It would even be dangerous to think it possible. Therapy is very specific and joining a Lodge in the hope that it will heal the wounds of the past can even create a certain disorder in the Lodge. An initiatory path has no other purpose than to help those who follow it to develop. The main characteristic of this function is the dissociation of the mind and the body. The purpose of therapy on the other hand, is to repair our problems by increasing our power of resilience. Freemasonry has no other function than to enable us to harmonize ourselves vertically with the spiritual world, and horizontally with our surroundings. We should not ask a therapist to be our spiritual guide nor our Worshipful Master to become our therapist.Such a boundary may seem very thin to some, but it is necessary to define and respect this difference; otherwise, there is a risk of confusion and the creation of problems in the Lodge that have no real justification.