Thinking at the Edge (TAE) - Introduction
(27 minute excerpt)

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Thinking at the Edge (TAE), like Focusing, is a practice developed from the Philosophy of the Implicit.  Mary Hendricks (Executive Director of The Focusing Institute) and Eugene Gendlin introduce key concepts and describe TAE.

Focusing in Focus Productions: Videography by Nada Lou www.nadalou.com.

Online clips technical support and collaboration from Simon d’Orsogna www.screencast.com.au.

This documentary was shot in 2002 in New York.

The video is a 27 minute excerpt from a 235 minute DVD, "TAE in 14 Steps," available in the TFI store.  The full length DVD is also available from Nada Lou's Focusing Video Productions





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