TAE in 14 Steps
with Eugene T. Gendlin, Ph.D. 2 DVDs 235 min.
These two DVDs have been directed and edited to illustrate each of the fourteen steps, in order. Viewing this DVDs, even stopping it on each step and going over the illustrations several times should help people actually do the steps themselves. Each step is written on the screen and there are other visual aids to help viewers keep track of which step they are seeing. We recommend this set of two DVDs as an accessible introduction to TAE.
The first DVD will take you from steps 1-9 and you will see them demonstrated with a variety of people. The second DVD will pick up at steps 10 - 14 with the Theory building steps. You will see them demonstrated with several people.
TAE is the second practice developed out of Gendlin's Philosophy of the Implicit. The first one is Focusing and familiarity with Focusing is assumed for TAE. Thinking at the Edge consists of 14 Steps that help people think from their felt sense of implicit knowing and generate fresh language and fresh concepts.