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by Eugene T. Gendlin

Download Focusing : How to Open Up Your Deeper Feelings and Intuition ePub
  • ISBN 184413220X
  • ISBN13 978-1844132201
  • Language English
  • Author Eugene T. Gendlin
  • Publisher Ebury Pr; 25Anniversary Ed edition (August 2003)
  • Pages 192
  • Formats mobi azw lrf lit
  • Category Nutrition and Health
  • Subcategory Psychology and Counseling
  • Size ePub 1198 kb
  • Size Fb2 1867 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 331

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Focusing by Gendlin, Eugene T. Gendlin's genius has stood the test of time and Focusing has become a classic. The focusing skill can be learned by anyone in or out of therapy" (Washington Post).

Focusing' is a technique first developed 25 years ago by American psychologist and philosopher Eugene Gendlin. Hugely influential, it offers six specific steps you can take to open up your inner world of deeper feelings and intuition - and shows you how to listen to others with more empathy.

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Focusing' is a technique first developed 25 years ago by American psychologist and philosopher Eugene Gendlin. Jack Kornfield.

Hugely influential, it offers six specific steps you can take to open up your inner world of deeper feelings and intuition - and shows you how to listen to others with more empathy. Format Paperback 192 pages.

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Eugene (Gene) T. How deep they are I realized yesterday when I heard you are gone, and I got in contact with a sudden sadness and a surprising feeling of loss. I felt near you in the last years while reading and re-reading your books and open source texts. I was deeply touched by the kindness that shines through your description of your work with people. An internationally recognized American psychologist and philosopher Eugene Gendlin teaches at the University of Chicago and has received three important awards from the American Psychological Association. The author of many books, including Let Your Body Interpret Your Dreams and Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy, he has also published over 200 articles.

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JoJogar
6 stars. Gendlin, a student of Carl Rogers, took things a few steps further than his mentor, in a technological direction.

Make no mistake, focusing is a technology or technique that can be taught to anyone of average or above average intelligence who has guts and some inclination toward introspection. It's not something that fits everyone.

If you are ineluctably stupid or self-deceiving, this won't help you. As an ineluctably stupid or dishonest person, you won't recognize yourself as such, and will think this book is meant for you.You will buy it and put it aside nearly immediately. That's ok--you've helped boost its rank on Amazon. It's about time you did something nice for other people. </snark>

Focusing is said to be meditational. Which I guess it is. But I'd almost call it anti-meditational. If traditional clear your mind meditation bores or repels you, focusing is not that. It is highly intentional, active and verbal. The whole point is to drag up what's not verbal within you and make it verbal. "Drag" sounds a little harsh, and focusing is not harsh--maybe dredge is a better word?

If you've ever wanted to be a writer, envied how they express things that you were only dimly aware of thinking the same thing until they said it, focusing is for you.

And focusing is fun. It is designed specifically to give you a doggy treat at the end of most sessions: The "A-ha!" moment of insight that you spend $200 a week with a therapist to get now and then.

It is also very practical: You can bring it to bear on immediate practical issues and I have found that it brings me to much better immediate problem-solving: I have no idea how to handle this meeting in the morning. And it's really wonderful for slightly bigger questions. Should I change my career? What do I do next about my problem adult child? My boss is driving me crazy, how do I handle him better? I'm afraid my spouse doesn't care for me anymore.

I've never gotten bad advice or made a major screw-up because of focusing. Your mileage may vary.
Ka
Eugene Gendlin is the man who "developed" the method that's called "focusing," so by reading this book, you're getting the original developer's approach, and it's *great* stuff! Having said that, it also takes practice and personal exploration to learn more about yourself and how you work inside. I highly recommend reading more from two sources on the Web: focusing.org, where you'll find more by Eugene Gendlin and others who have also contributed to the advancement and diversifying of the original methods, and focusingresources.com, where Ann Weiser Cornell (one of Eugene Gendlin's most advanced students, who has developed her own strengths and insights extremely well) offers another treasure trove of insight and resources. She is particularly good at noticing subtle differences in how we use language, and those subtle differences play a very powerful role in getting stuck and getting unstuck! Even still, I encourage everyone to continue exploring on your own. Don't stop here!
Diredefender
I wish I could help everyone to understand how to do this. It's a "miracle" way of knowing yourself, and yet, I have been unconsciously doing it for years. Not to this extent, of course, and with this understanding. My guess is that many people are naturals at this, but don't know it and don't know how to use it for their good
Diab
Tuned in to others, I needed a little help tuning into my own feelings. Gendlin told me why and how. Herbert Benson taught me how to meditate and Eugene T. Genlin taught me how to focus. It's that simple. The results, for me, have been profound. I'm not one to go around recommending something just because it works for me. But after twenty years of benefiting from the simple process in this book, I begin to feel that I ought to share something so good. So, here you go.
Samutilar
A fantastic read and self help book. I read this during a 3 day power outage. (Lol, I read it in a few hours). If you are good at focusing and concentrating this book will help you deal with everything from stress to you name it. It helped cure me of a lifelong issue with insomnia.
LeXXXuS
How I missed this book in my various searching for "answers" is beyond me. It's a fabulous and wonderful now classic. AND as a result of the profundity of the message, an entire world wide community has risen which can be found online and at conferences around the world.
Kerahuginn
Gendlin has written a timeless work of art. Focusing is becoming aware of feeling or emotion and paying attention to it, not engaging with it or trying to do something with it, just noticing it, then try to find a word that describes the feeling, hard, pressure, bingo, the word has freed the emotion and released it. It works every time and is awesome for self discovery and personal growth. What a gem.
"Focusing" explains well Gendlin's method for being aware of the body-mind connection and a way to see
what is behind a troubled feeling or dis-ease with a happening in our lives. The method can be very healing
and a good aid to counselors and therapists and non-professionals as well. It can also open doors to way to be more spiritually whole.
It's a valuable tool to have and follow.