Do you wish you could do Focusing by yourself more easily?
When you try Focusing alone, do you lose your concentration, get stuck, or get nothing?
Wouldn’t it be great to have Focusing with you whenever you need it?
If you’re struggling to use Focusing on your own, you’re not the only one! Focusing Alone was hard for me, too….
I couldn’t focus alone very well when I first learned Focusing, and then I didn’t even try for years and years. My partnership sessions were all the Focusing I had. But one day I had to do Focusing and there were no partners around!
I was on my first whitewater rafting trip. During the early part of the day my raft flipped over, and I had a scary dunk in the river. Later, we had a 20-minute walk while the guides carried our rafts around a waterfall. I realized that the thought of getting back in my raft terrified me. But there weren’t any other choices — we were far from civilization, with no roads in or out. I had to get back in the raft — but I couldn’t. So, on that 20-minute walk, I did Focusing, all by myself, with the part that was scared to get back in the raft.
I said “something in me is terrified” — and felt it in my body and said Hello to it. Then, I listened to what scared it so much. What I learned surprised me. It wasn’t that I had fallen in the river. It was the motion of the raft itself. The bumpy up-and-down was like turbulence on an airplane that this part of me really hated. When I realized what this part of me was so afraid of, and I let it know I heard it, the scared feeling lessened. I was able to get back on the raft…and even have a good time for the rest of the day.
From that day on, I realized that Focusing alone was important.
I made it my goal to learn from people who Focused alone successfully. I learned so much! The result: a whole array of methods that help and support solo Focusing. It’s great to have a Focusing partner — and it’s great to have Focusing whenever and however you need it.
Do Focusing alone when you:
- Need more time than a partner can give you
- Want to do Focusing late at night or super-early in the morning
- Get emotionally triggered and need some Focusing right now
You know how great Focusing is! Being able to do Focusing alone multiplies the times when Focusing can bring you relief and transformation.
I hope you’ll allow me to be a companion on your journey to successful solo Focusing. I’d love to show you how to be able to do Focusing, whenever you need it.
Ann Weiser Cornell
What you’ll gain from this audio set:
- The sense of empowerment that comes with being a solo Focuser
- The confidence and clarity that you know what works for you when you sit down to do Focusing on your own
- Simple solutions for common problems that come with Solo Focusing like how to:
- slow down
- set aside time
- tap into the power of speaking aloud
- deal with drifting and sleepiness
- stay with the process all the way through
About your guide:
Ann Weiser Cornell struggled with painful addiction, anxiety in social situations, and an inability to do the thing she most wanted to do – write.
Ann created Inner Relationship Focusing with her long-time colleague, Barbara McGavin, to help alleviate the thinking and feeling cycles that kept her stuck in hard places. It changed her life, and it became her mission to help others create quiet miracles in their lives too.
For over 35 years now, Ann’s been teaching this practical, revolutionary process to people all over the world. With her Focusing Alone audio set, you get the benefit of Ann’s expertise and the chance to practice the simple, yet revolutionary process of Focusing with her gentle, compassionate guidance.
This audio set is for you if:
- Are familiar with Focusing and have some success Focusing with a partner.
- Get stuck or find it challenging to Focus on your own.
- Want a diverse set of processes designed to help you stay engaged with your Focusing practice.
- Are busy and don’t want to take a full course online.
- Wish you knew how to create a plan for regular Focusing practice – and stick to it!
- Already use Focusing alone and want to explore alternatives to your current practice.
- It’s portable, so you can take it with you wherever you go.
- Includes guided exercises to help you drop in when you need extra support
- A custom-designed workbook to integrate your learning and make practice easier
When your attempts at solo Focusing seem to fail, and you don’t know what to do, we’ve got you covered!
Discover the simple solutions to your solo Focusing struggles. Get started with the Focusing Alone Audio Set!
Topics Covered in Focusing Alone:
CD 1: Staying in Contact
CD 2: Following a Thread
CD 3: Creating Self-acceptance
CD 4: Drawing, Sketching, and Mind-mapping
CD 5: Gesture and Movement
Available as MP3s (digital download). Includes a supplemental workbook, provided digitally after purchase.
Total Length: 6 hours 27 minutes
File Size: 433.3 MB
Note: Audio was recorded during an actual phone seminar and has been edited. Sound quality may vary.
About Digital Downloads
When you purchase the digital download, you’ll receive an email after checkout with a link to download the MP3s, which you can then save to your computer.
*Please Note: Each purchased digital copy is licensed to one individual for personal use only.