Deepening into Thinking at the Edge (TAE)

A year to experience Thinking at the Edge

TAE Steps 1-10 are covered by my introductory classes in Thinking at the Edge (TAE). My introductory classes are designed to help you become familiar with the steps, so that you can use TAE for yourself.
However, my students and I have seen that deep transformational processes start to unfold as a result of Thinking at the Edge. This year-long class will allow those changes to develop fully and be incorporated in a supportive group.
There will be 10 classes between January and December 2022. We will go through the complete process, with a project of your choice, covering TAE steps 1-14.

Format

One 2-hour monthly class every month except in July and August. Three partnership sessions between each class. 

Ten monthly classes with three partnerships in between

January: Steps 1 and 2 — Getting the felt sense and one instance, noticing any paradoxes.
February: Steps 6 and 7 — Instances and patterns
March: Step 8 — Crossing
April: Step 9: Write freely and get new crux sentence
May: Steps 3 and 4, working with words
June: Step 5 — Writing new sentences that express the crux in new ways
July and August: After all the initial work you’ve done, gather and cluster your most meaningful words and phrases. In order to give you time for this process, there will be no classes, but partnerships will continue. 
September: Step 10 — Select your temporary terms and see what happens when you define each term with the other terms (A = B = C).
October: Step 11: Find the inherent connections between the terms of your theory 
November: Step 12: Interlocking terms — developing the final theory
December: Steps 13 and 14 — applying your theory to other systems, making final adjustments. 

Prerequisites for deepening into TAE Steps 1-14

In order to take this class, you’ll need experience with Felt Sensing and Listening in a Focusing partnership. If you’d like to take the class but lack the experience, you could sign up for three private Focusing sessions with me. That is often enough to prepare for TAE.
Or you could take a Focusing Level One and Two course offered by one of my excellent fellow Focusing Trainers worldwide

Investment:

$495 for 10 classes, payable in installments if necessary. 
Discount for my previous TAE students: If you’ve taken TAE with me before, the price is $420, a discount of $15%

Your TAE mentor: Beatrice Blake

To sign up or find out more:

Schedule a free private consultation with me. Let me know some days and times that would work for you for the monthly class. 
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