With Cathy Cornell and Beilah Ross
Focusing is a quiet, meditative and gentle way to get in touch with one’s whole sense of a problem or situation. It shows how to go beyond your intellectualized views and to gain direct access to deeper and more authentic experience. This introspective six-step process uses a “felt sense” or body wisdom to let personal life issues surface, becoming clearer and more amenable to change.
Developed by Eugene Gendlin, Ph.D., Focusing teaches a radical shift in attitude towards the self where one employs curiosity, kindness, friendliness and compassion as we listen attentively to what arises from within. The technique of Focusing is useful in reducing stress and in enhancing health. It also helps access creativity and deepen spirituality. Focusing is a tool to help renew one’s energy and sense of well-being, and to become more “in touch” with oneself.
Sunday December 10, 2017 2:00-4:00 at the Arlington Center, 369 Mass Ave, Arlington, MA
Cost is $25 at the door or to preregister call
Cathy Cornell at 617-875-9046
Beilah Ross at 617-686-9378