Alexander Technique and Focusing
(8 minute excerpt)
Alexander Technique and Focusing have in common an awareness of the power of "not doing" in order to allow something more to happen.
Wholebody Focusing creates a Context for the Larger Picture to unfold. Focusing is a process in which one makes contact with a special kind of internal bodily awareness. Gendlin named this awareness a "felt sense." A felt sense is the body's sense of a particular problem or situation.
Focusing instructions provide direct access to a bodily knowing which remains undiscovered in most people. Some training is usually required to reach it and enter it.
Kevin McEvenue, an Alexander Technique practitioner and Focusing teacher recounts his journey to combine these practices.
Videography by Nada Lou, this is an excerpt from "Wholebody Focusing."
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