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David Rome’s Mindful Focusing Work

davidrome headshotWe want to let you know about some of the activities of Garrison Institute Honorary Senior Fellow David Rome this fall, which include:

  • Finding the Felt Sense five-session telephone class, starting Tuesday, September 18, introducing the practice of Mindful Focusing with key concepts, demonstrations of how to work with the felt sense, guided exercises, and group discussions. 

  • Embodied Listening weekends at Shambhala Mountain Center November 9-12 and Karme-Choling/Tail of the Tiger November 30-December 2 co-led by master Alexander Technique teacher Hope Martin.
  • He’s also offering a monthly drop-in telephone focusing group for those who have done felt-sense/mindful focusing work with him, and one-on-one phone guiding sessions for deepening the practice of felt-sensing and overcoming inner obstacles.  

More details on all of these activities can be found at www.mindfulfocusing.com.

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