by Ann Weiser Cornell, PhD
DVD: $47.00ADD TO CART
What is Listening?
What are the purposes of Listening?
How did Listening evolve from Carl Rogers to Eugene Gendlin…and beyond?
In this entertaining presentation taped by Nada Lou at the 2001 Focusing International Conference in Ireland, Ann Weiser Cornell grounds Listening in its historical background and its purpose in relation to Focusing, and then offers her special linguistic perspective with an array of techniques for making Listening even more helpful.
Sections of this DVD include:
- The Power of “Something”: Pointing to Felt Experience
- Saying Back What is There; Not Saying Back What’s Not There
- Reflecting Fresh Air
- The Least Facilitative Word in the English Language
- “Something” is Alive
- Who’s Saying It?
- Presence Listening
Length: 105 Minutes
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“This DVD is very good and is a great, lucid, measured exploration of the many aspects and significance of different listening styles. It felt as if Ann was present in the room while watching it.”
– Gordon Adam, Bristol, UK