1. Focusing can be the inner compass that helps people navigate through the territory of serious illness. Here Joan brings several examples of "mini focusing moments" , which can make so much difference to people who are facing and learning to live with illness.

    Focusing invites people to connect with body, mind, and spirit when making important medical decisions to perceive inner meanings rather than taking cues from others; to understand their own stories in a fresh way; to build a life-enhancing social network and to integrate the illness experience in such a way that their humanity is expanded.

    Joan Klagsbrun Ph.D., is a psychologist with over 20 years experience as a Focusing-oriented psychotherapist, who devotes some of her practice to clients with life-changing illness.

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  2. Alexander Technique and Focusing have in common an awareness of the power of "not doing" in order to allow something more to happen.

    Kevin McEvenue, an Alexander Technique practitioner and Focusing teacher recounts a significant moment in his journey to combine these practices

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