Of course. When the healing of all unhealthy and weak points within happens, when unconscious moments from the past and various blockages are processed and transformed, the purpose of meditation changes from therapeutic to supportive.
The main point of meditation is to learn to perceive oneself as a kind of built up personality. I am currently working with a small group of women. The goal we set for ourselves is to come to an awareness of femininity but not in terms of just its external material nourishment: acquiring physical beauty, sexuality, etc. At the same time, becoming aware of oneself as a woman does not imply escaping from the physical world either. A woman should not live in a mode of rigid asceticism, not caring about her body, considering spiritual orientation to be the most important thing, going entirely into prayer or limiting herself to childbearing function. Femininity - as I see it - is a way of developing a woman's personality where both are in harmony. In our meditations, we support a woman in a state where she can find a balance between spiritual and material wealth and learn to appreciate both. Over time, the woman herself can learn to enter the parts of herself where she may have had some disturbance - something unresolved, unfinished. Through our work, the woman releases the energy from that time and continues to move forward in a wholesome, conscious state.