Lassen Sie sich inspirieren! Hier finden Sie Focusing-Anleitungen und Materialien um in Ihre Embodied Kreativität einzutauchen oder einfach einmal durchzuatmen und zur Ruhe zu kommen.  

Check free guidings and materials. Feel invited to use it for your personal practice or in your professional settings.
Consulte las guías y los materiales gratuitos. Siéntase invitado a utilizarlo para su práctica personal o en sus entornos profesionales.

What moves you?


to yourself

dance in not knowing                                                                                           

                               beyond words

you find your sense, your language 

      to create creative change

that feels meaningfully wonderful


Are you developing an idea or a project? Did you already lay out everything you know logically? Something is missing? Switch your perspective and see your idea or project as a precious piece of art.​​


How you are now is formed by past experiences. How you want to be is already here/implied/in the current situation. Change happens when we understand why we are how we are and when we are open to what we/our living bodies are meant to be. Find someone to read you this exercise calmly. Or do it by yourself in a comfortable place


Challenging times cause challenging feelings and emotions. Be kind with yourself and take a pause. This focusing exercise is inspired by Ann Weiser Cornel: be with something you feel bad about.​

It’s like growing together as a forest
while becoming more the tree I am.

It’s been so exiting and a joyful pleasure to participate in the “Panel on Gendlin’s Philosophy of the Environment” facilitated by the Icelandic research group on “Embodied Critical Thinking“ (ECT). It happened at the inspiring Gendlin Symposium presented by Seattle University’s Departments of Psychology and Philosophy, in partnership with The Gendlin Center of the International Focusing Institute. I feel honored Beatrice Blake, an experienced TAE -teacher, shared some of my presentation​


In May 2019, 40 phenomenologists and meditators met near Loire valley to form a living laboratory. Their purpose was to investigate the experience of épochè; a central concept in phenomenology, often referred to as the act of suspending judgment. A movie directed by Christian Suhr and Claire Petitmengin. I feel so happy I joined this experience as a participant!