What is Thinking at the Edge?
Thinking at the Edge (TAE) shows you how to “mine” the gold from your experience, so that you can learn from it, think from it, act from it and express it to others. Essential to this process is learning Focusing.
The first step of TAE is to let yourself get a felt sense––the unclear, pre-verbal feeling of something you want to do, a problem you want to solve, a place where you feel stressed or stuck, or a creative endeavor.
Since we are not used to pausing and sensing inside, it helps to have an experienced person there to accompany you as you explore this inner space.
Private individual sessions are for those new to Focusing or for experienced Focusers. I will meet with you for at least 7 one-hour individual sessions, with intervals determined by you, to take you through the TAE process.
Online group classes in TAE are for people familiar with Focusing and Listening partnerships. Learning TAE with others of can be wonderfully supportive. If you and your Focusing partner would like to learn Thinking at the Edge, let me know.
If you’d like to be in a group of 4 to 6 experienced Focusers, please suggest dates and times that are convenient for you, and I will try to find others from the international Focusing community.
For a free introductory session, or for more information, please fill in the contact form here.