Gestalt/Experiential Training of Maine

Cornell’s “Three Key Aspects of Focusing”

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awcThe GETME training groups are now diving into Focusing. (See What is Focusing.)

Ann Wieser Cornell is probably the best known focusing teacher after Gene Gendlin. In this essay, Cornell talks about what she sees as the key aspects of Focusing, and what makes it different from other personal growth approaches: The Felt Sense, the Focusing Attitude, and Focusing’s Philosophy of Change.

Cornell’s most famous book is The Power of Focusing.

Three Key Aspects of Focusing

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