Felt Sensing and With-Sensing Training

5. Critical voices and other obstacles (Module Two course)

This is the second course of Module Two: Certificate of Felt Sensing and With-Sensing, and we will learn about trouble and obstacles that can arise in the Felt Sensing process, like inner criticism, helping a partner who comes in contact with trauma, resistance, blanks and not finding a Felt Sense.

The goal is to feel even safer in the contact within, seeing the healing effect of acceptance, and discover that there is much “life” also in that which seems stuck, dark and scary, and even that which seems dead

Prerequisite: having completed the first course in Module Two: Certificate of Felt Sensing and With-Sensing

Topics

  • Inner criticism
  • How “resistance” also is wisdom
  • Blanks and sleepiness
  • Not finding a Felt Sense
  • How to integrate Felt Sensing into everyday life

Teaching methods

  • Sharing of theory
  • Demonstrations
  • Presentation of homework
  • Group discussions
  • Exercises and trying out in the group
  • Partnership in class
  • Reflections
  • Partnership between classes

Required Reading

  • Handouts given
  • Focusing, by Gendlin

Booking and more information

The course consists of four 2,5 hour meetings and minimum three partnership exchanges of about 1,5 hours. The course is online, on Zoom, and you will receive a link before the course starts

The 3 courses in Module two gives you theintermidiate skills you need to receive a Certificate in Felt Sensing and With-Sensing, which will give you deepened skills to practice with a partner, bring the process into client work. The certificate is required for going on to the Trainer in Training track.

Course dates:
To be announced
Time: 6.30 pm Oslo, CET. Convert to your time zone

Price for this course: NOK1600,-
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Felt Sensing and With-Sensing Training

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