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THE FOLIO: Volume 20, Number 1, 2007
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Volume 20, Number 1, 2007 Revised Edition
FELT MEANING AND GLOBAL TRANSFORMATION:
How Focusing Brings New Patterns of Relating in a Landscape of Fear
iii PUBLISHER'S PAGE
vii FOCUSING AND THE EVOLUTION OF CONSCIOUSNESS: AN OVERVIEW OF VOLUME 20, NO. 1.
James Iberg, Ph.D.
Part I: NEW PATTERNS OF RELATING TO OURSELVES
5 TRANSFORMING FEAR: WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM SOME PEOPLE WITH CANCER
Joan Klagsbrun, Ph.D.
15 THE STORY THAT WANTS TO BE TOLD
21 EARTHQUAKE FOCUSING: CONTINENTAL AND PERSONAL SHIFTS
Nina Joy Lawrence
25 COPING WITH FEAR IN SHORT TERM EXPERIENTIAL PSYCHOTHERAPY
36 MAKING PEACE FROM THE INSIDE
Rob Parker, Ph.D.
48 FOCUSING: A FORCE FOR GROWTH AND HEALING
50 FINDING THE WORDS TO SAY IT: SEARCHING FOR THE MEANING IN LIFE
Mical Sikkema, M.A.
Part II: NEW PATTERNS OF RELATING TO OTHERS
81 FOCUSING ENABLES CHILDREN TO LIVE WITH FEAR
92 BEFRIENDING FEAR: A STORY TOLD FROM TWO ANGLES
Dr. Juan Prado Flores
95 DEALING WITH VICARIOUS TRAUMATIZATION IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBAL FEAR
102 APPENDIX: CLEARING SPACE: A PRIMER
104 CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION: A MODEL FOR A NEW PATTERN OF RELATING: AN APPLICATION OF STOPPED PROCESS, LEAFING, AND CROSSING
Doralee Grindler Katonah, Psy.D., M.Div., Edgardo Riveros, Ph.D., Lucy Bowers, Josine van Noord
122 FROM FEAR TO FREEDOM: HOW CREATIVE ALTERNATIVES THEATRE CAN HELP OVERCOME SELF-STIGMATIZATION
Jacqueline Wislesky, M.A.
Part III: NEW PATTERNS OF RELATING TO COLLECTIVE DEVELOPMENT
133 ASSERTIVENESS AND SOLIDARITY: IN A LANDSCAPE OF FEAR
145 ILLUSION...REALITY? MAKING SENSE OF NON-SENSE THROUGH FOCUSING
Bala Jaison, Ph.D.
152 A COMMUNITY BASED APPROACH TO FOCUSING: THE ISLAM AND FOCUSING PROJECT OF AFGHANISTAN
Pat Omidian, Ph.D. and Nina Joy Lawrence
Part IV: NEW PATTERNS OF RELATING TO THE NEW TOWN
165 THE TOWN AND HUMAN ATTENTION
Eugene Gendlin, Ph.D.