Recordings of Gendlin’s works

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

Recordings

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
Gendlin – Thinking beyond Patterns – A-45- What is a situation (body, language, …..)?
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo
Gendlin – Thinking beyond Patterns – Section B: Patterns. B-1 – Wider than perception and the five separated senses
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo
Gendlin – Thinking beyond Patterns – B-2 – Doubling: patterns, the separation of the sense, empty
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo
Gendlin – Thinking beyond Patterns – B-3 – Resolution of the Conundrum: Patterns carry forward more than patterns
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo
Gendlin – Thinking beyond Patterns – B-4 – Some examples of the usefulness of these concepts
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo
Gendlin – Thinking beyond Patterns – B-5 – Scientific applications and corroborations
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo
Gendlin – Thinking beyond Patterns – B-6 – Within and not within
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo

Gendlin (2014) A new way of thinking about anything, and how to write from it (unpublished)

Gendlin (2014) A new way of thinking about anything
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo

Gendlin (1967) NEUROSIS AND HUMAN NATURE IN THE EXPERIENTIAL METHOD OF THOUGHT AND THERAPY

Gendlin (1967) Neurosis and human nature
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo

Gendlin (1995) Crossing and dipping. Some Terms for Approaching the Interface between
Natural Understanding and Logical Formulation

Eugene Gendlin Crossing and Dipping (1995)
Read by Vera R. Fryd Lyngmo