Focusing is a mind-body awareness method that helps you find greater ease, clarity, and freedom for old emotional patterns.
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Your most difficult emotions do not have to rule your life.
Being with your emotions, rather than being your emotions, allows them to change.
Your feelings – even your most challenging feelings – no longer have to be the enemy inside.
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Focusing is a way of tapping into your vast emotional intelligence through the messages of your body. With Focusing, you return to a source of knowing that’s always belonged to you. Focusing gives you access to your inner compass, where you know the right direction for your life. Focusing works because life naturally wants to move forward and find new possibilities. Sometimes we get stuck because we get cut off from that natural life forward energy.
You learn Focusing for yourself – as a process you can use any time you need it, in stressful times, in challenging relationships, to transform frozen patterns and beliefs, for emotional and physical healing, any time.
Focusing is simple, natural, and in a way also revolutionary – because you are learning to trust your own inner knowing instead of relying on other people’s opinions.
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Focusing Tip #472 “I have a shift and release…but maybe 10 minutes later, the same feeling comes up again.” Kathleen writes: Sometimes when I Focus, I sense into the feeling and work through the Focusing steps, and I have a...
- By Ann Weiser Cornell on July 1, 2015
Focusing Tip #471 “Should I suggest that my partner breathe into the pain and constriction?” Jane writes: I have a question about a session today with a Focusing partner who was feeling pain and constriction. I know it is...
- By Ann Weiser Cornell on June 24, 2015
Focusing Tip #470 “It is always this discomfort in the stomach. Then the doubts come: ‘Am I making this up?'” Pedro writes: Regarding the body sense, it is always this discomfort in the stomach, that tends to increase when...
- By Ann Weiser Cornell on May 27, 2015
Focusing Tip #468 “When it comes to a part that makes me do things automatically, I don’t seem to get very far.” A Reader writes: I have tried a few times to do Focusing with the issue of biting...
- By Ann Weiser Cornell on April 22, 2015
Focusing Tip #468 “Life and relationships go better as we make room for our human vulnerability, not shut it down.” Dear Readers: Today, I’d like to bring you a guest Tip by my good friend John Amodeo. John’s wisdom...
- By Ann Weiser Cornell on April 16, 2015
Focusing Tip #467 “I have difficulty finding the purpose of Focusing if no link is made with my reality.” A Reader writes: I learned Focusing a few years ago and I practice it quite regularly with people who have...
- By Ann Weiser Cornell on April 8, 2015
Focusing Tip #466 “Could a person ever Focus too much…even become addicted to Focusing?” Connie writes: Here’s a question: Could a person ever do Focus too much? Maybe even become addicted to it? And does one ever come to the point...
- By Ann Weiser Cornell on April 1, 2015
Focusing Tip #465 Mary Elizabeth writes: When I do Focusing, my release is usually with tears. In other words: I cry. Sometimes I wonder am I blocking myself from going deeper by crying? I feel good after and definitely have had a...
- By Ann Weiser Cornell on March 25, 2015
Focusing Tip #464 “I often feel sensations in the head area when I check in with my body for a feeling.” Maryanne writes: You suggest checking in with the throat, chest, and belly area but I often feel sensations...
- By Ann Weiser Cornell on March 18, 2015
Focusing Tip #463 “I have a history of being abused and have found it rather difficult to put a hand anywhere on the body.” A Reader writes: I really like the gesture that you recommend, of placing a gentle...
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