Neuroscience has a lot to say that correlates with our experience of Focusing. It’s much more than I could ever do justice to here. We do learn and explore these concepts in my classes. I’ll share a few key concepts here.
To begin with, this is a piece of art work gifted to me early on in my Focusing career. I was lucky enough to be guiding someone as they experienced their brain coming alive. This is their artistic rendition of what it feels like when neurons make a new neural connection. Focusing is often described as a sense of flow, connection or ‘aha’ moments. Often with your eyes close, one might see beautiful colors or experience an inner sense of spaciousness or lightness.
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