Have you heard people say, I need to focus? Well, this is an opportunity to learn how to focus, not the kind that keeps your attention on one thing.
This is a Virtual Event open to self-identified BIPOC communities
We use focusing to expand our ability to pay attention to what is true for us in the moment, without judging it and with total acceptance and openness to what’s there. There may be no words that can describe this moment, as that moment can only be experienced by our own felt sense, which is only known to the individual. We will explore together the felt sense and focusing attitude, as a way to connect to that part of ourselves which is authentic. We will learn and practice the six steps of focusing, from Gene Gendlin and take time to witness each other through practice.
This introduction to focusing is by donation but no one will be turned away.
The space is open to self-identified BIPOC communities, as such, we appreciate that our white allies will honor the space.
Date: Wednesday March 10, 2021
Time: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST
Lead by Isabel M. Adon, LCSW, FOT
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: 108 Kenilworth Pl., Brooklyn, NY 11210