What is a key to resolving inner conflict? Ann Weiser Cornell, director of the consulting company Focusing Resources and author of The Power of Focusing, continues her discussion about a special type of focusing that enables us to slow down and pay attention to our body and to our felt senses.
Ann tells us that felt senses are more subtle than emotions, yet not outright thoughts. We are in effect spending time w/aspects of ourselves that at first don't have words to describe them, and that our willingness to feel and to just be with anything that is here right now becomes our path, our way of finding our inner wisdom.
See also: Part 1