In August of 2018, Addie van der Kooy, Kevin McEvenue and I met to discuss what is new in Wholebody Focusing. Addie and Kevin collaborated on FOCUSING WITH THE WHOLE BODY: A CD-integrated Focusing Learning Program that was published in October 2006. We wanted to bring together the two people responsible for this extraordinary learning program and to look toward the future of Wholebody Focusing.
That day we filmed until what needed to be said was complete. The result was the six videos listed below. The first four are already on the blog. You may have seen them already. The last two complete the series and set the stage for what comes next.
My experience as the producer/editor of these videos is that new ground is broken in these intimate dialogues and they may need several views to fully take in what is being shared. This blog is proud to have the opportunity to make these conversations possible and to be the mechanism to share them with those who would benefit.
These six videos are each part of a flow of exploration so you may want play them in the order they are listed. Once you become familiar with them, you may want to pick and choose which one suits you most on any given day.
Please comment and share how these conversations have impacted you. This is an exciting way to keep WBF as a vibrant life experience.
The Inner Core Muscle of “Me Here” This Interview discusses training someone to find grounded presence.
The Inner Core Muscle of “Holding Both” This interview discusses training someone to “hold both with equal positive regard.”
Let Your Experience Be This interview discusses how to be with whatever comes even if it is not what you expected.
Me Here and My Thoughts This interview discusses how to be with racing thoughts that may or may not be true or helpful.
What Is Needed to Start the WBF Process?
Why is establishing an inner structure so important to learning Wholebody Focusing?
The End Note: Why Talk About Muscles?
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Thank you Kevin, Addie and Diana for creating and posting these blogs. Such wisdom to be treasured.