Inner-Relationship Focusing is a somatic body-based process for emotional healing and greater well-being. Focusing was created by Eugene Gendlin, a therapist and philosopher who understood that our Embodied Experiences and our Felt Senses guide and inform us to a more genuine, awake, and compassionate way of living. Focusing is a gentle, safe, and transformational process that re-unites us to our innate wisdom, intrinsic wholeness, and unconditional kindness. Focusing allows us to acknowledge, meet, and listen deeply to those places within that hold suffering with deep empathy, a tender heart, and an Empowered Self-In Presence. It cultivates a healing, wise, and heartfelt relationship to ourselves and to others.
Our time together with our presenter, Rose Sposito, will be spent introducing the understanding and transformative practices of Inner-Relationship Focusing, as a resource to inform and enrich our spiritual journey, reduce stress, and cultivate greater confidence, joy and well-being.
Please bring a sack lunch for the lunch break. Beverages and snacks will be provided throughout the day.
About Rose Sposito:
Rose has been a practitioner and teacher of meditation and the Buddhist and Shambhala paths since 1976. She is an adjunct teacher in Naropa University’s Graduate Transpersonal Psychology program teaching mindfulness and Metta (loving kindness) practice. She holds her Focusing certifications from Focusing Resources and the Focusing Institute. She also holds a certification in Women Centered Coaching and is a practitioner of 5-element medicine. She has a private practice in Louisville and teaches a wholistic approach to empowered transformational healing in her private practice and to on-line groups.