NEW YORK METRO FOCUSING
Friday, April 12, 2019
NY Metro Focusing meetings offer an opportunity to engage in a felt sensing, interactive exploration of topics of interest. We value diversity and welcome everyone’s voice. Our conversational process encourages slowing down, listening from a felt sensing place, and letting what we hear resonate within to bring something new and fresh, both within ourselves and within the group.
6:30 Registration and Networking with Light Refreshments
6:30 Welcome - Susan Deisroth
Appreciation of Larry Hurst’s Contributions
Attunement - Susan Deisroth
6:45 Program: The 4th in our series Engaging with Eugene Gendlin's Words & Ideas
It Fills Itself In: Addressing What Has Happened or Failed to Happen in Our Lives
Presenting the theme of the evening – Rachel Alexander
Developing the theme: Gail Miklatek, Naomi Glicken, and Susan Deisroth
Reading of excerpt from "It Fills Itself In" – Cynthia Callsen
Guided Solo Focusing Followed by a Focusing Conversation - Rachel Alexander
8:15 Community Conversation - Cynthia Callsen and Naomi Glicken
8:30 Refreshments and Networking
9:00 p.m. Departure
Please SAVE the dates for future meetings:
Friday, June 7, 2019 6pm - 8:30pm
Friday, September 27, 2019 6pm - 8:30pm
Friday, December 6, 2019 6pm - 8:30pm
For other Focusing-oriented events in the months ahead, please visit our website: http://www.nymetrofocusing.org/calendar and the website of the Focusing Institute, http://www.focusing.org.
Rachel Alexander, Marcella Calabi, Cynthia Callsen, Susan Deisroth, Naomi Glicken,, Diana Kirigin, and Gail Miklatek
Friends of the Planning Group: Christine Bubbico, Judith Cobb, Larry Hurst, Sharron Kaplan, Minda Novek, Viktor Raykin, and Anne Shollar.
This is a grassroots, member-run organization. We welcome your involvement. The planning group meetings are open to anyone interested in attending.
New York Metro Focusing Mission Statement
The mission of New York Metro Focusing is to embody and carry forward the practice of Focusing and the philosophy that supports it as developed in the work of Eugene Gendlin and others. By holding regularly scheduled meetings, NY Metro Focusing will offer members of this local geographic community ongoing opportunities to connect, share and grow in their appreciation and practice of Focusing. The group will welcome newcomers by offering them an opportunity to learn about the life-enhancing practice of Focusing. In this way, NY Metro Focusing will help to engender a thriving and visible presence for the practice of Focusing in the New York Metropolitan area.
We are interested in keeping the conversation going, both in person at future meetings and online. We invite you to share what might still be happening for you or what you might like to return to at a later point. Please write to email@example.com. Please like us on Facebook on our page "NY Metro Focusing."