3. The Body in Felt Sensing (Module One course)
This is the third of the 6 courses that together constitute the Felt Sensing-Training. In this course we learn what “body” and “surroundings” are in Felt Sensing, and go deeper into “togetherness” and teh “We-space”.
We get to know more about why and how Gendlin claims that we can know “more” with our body than with our minds, and why it is useful to turn towards that which has not yet formed. We will discover that it is not necessary to be verbal or to always have to put into words what arises in Felt Sensing.
One goal is to get to feel more safe in your own body through Felt Sensing, and with your own expressions and feelings, as well as being in a “we”, both in Sensing Partnership and in life in general.
Prerequisite: The two first courses of this training.
Focusers with someone else’s full Focusing training, who want do my training but prefer not to start at the beginning can contact me to start my training from here.
- What is “the body” in Felt Sensing?
- The connection to the world in Felt Sensing
- How to be with that which comes without words
- Gestures, movements and positions in Felt-Sensing
- Comfortability with the body
- The We-space
- Sharing of theory and philosophy
- Group discussions
- Exercises and trying out in the group
- Partnership in class
- Partnership between classes
Booking and more information
The course consists of four 2,5 hour meetings and minimum three partnership exchanges of 1 hour between classes.
The course is online, on Zoom, and you will receive a link before the course starts
The 3 courses in Module one gives you the basics you need to either go on to the Proficiency in Focusing Partnership Track or to Module two: Certificate in Felt Sensing and With-Sensing.
2022: Tuesdays January 11, 18. & 25, February 1.
Time: 6.30pm-9.00pm Oslo, CET. Convert to your time zone
1. Introduction to Felt Sensing
2. T 1. Introduction to Felt Sensing
2. The With-Senser (Listener)
3. The body in Felt Sensing
4. The Space of Not Knowing
5. Critical voices and other obstacles in Felt Sensing.
6. Focusing modalities and the world