“Once your body is allowed to be itself, uncramped, it has the wisdom to deal with your problems”

(Gendlin, Focusing, 1978, s. 75)

Focusing, or Felt Sensing, is a wonderfully friendly and non-judgemental body-oriented approach to self-discovery, self-compassion, other-compassion, and of tapping into your own inner voice. It was discovered by research into what change truly is, and can be used alone, in reciprocal partnerships, as part og counselling and therapy, or as an approach to life.

Please have a snoop around to see what I (Vera) have to offer! 🙂

Learn Felt Sensing

If you are looking to learn Felt Sensing/Focusing.

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If you already know some Felt Sensing/Focusing, and want to go deeper.

What people say about Focusing/Felt Sensing

“Through Focusing I can feel that I really, deeply like myself” (S.)

“Focusing is a way for me to touch, know,  and come to love some of the parts of myself that I have spent most of my life pushing away. . .” (J.)

“Focusing is a way to discover and honour my lived experience”. (M.)

Life reaffirms itself every second. It makes everything fresh every second. It recreates the body and what the possibilities are; and we tend to fall back into the same fixed thing. But we don’t have to. Life reaffirms itself every second and you can touch that in your body

– Eugene Gendlin –

Vera reads Gendlin

If you don’t mind my not-so-perfect English and my far-from-perfect reading, and my far-from-professional recordings, you might want to listen to some of Gendlin’s works, read by me.

Thinking beyond patterns: Body, Language and Situations (1991) (link to the article)
Gendlin- Thinking Beyond Patterns – A-1 – Introduction
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo
Gendlin – Thinking Beyond Patterns – A-2 – Tracing the assumption of an imposed order
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo
Gendlin – Thinking beyond Patterns – A-3 – The order of language
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo
Gendlin – Thinking beyond Patterns – A-4 – Psychotherapy
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo