In this talk, Edgardo Riveros Aedo gives a spontaneous demonstration of the kind of inner dialogue that makes it possible for something new to emerge. The talk was recorded in Spanish, translated by Tomas Jimenes, and read in English by Serge Prengel. You can listen to the original Spanish audio here.
You can see a video of Edgardo Riveros (in Spanish) at: http://activepause.com/riveros/
Edgardo Riveros Aedo
Edgardo Riveros Aedo, Experiential Psychotherapist, translated Eugene Gendlin's Theory of Change of Personality (1973) into Spanish at the University of Chile. Published books: Experiencing: A new paradigm (2000), Focusing experiential and existential (2005), Focusing a new paradigm for the 21st century (2008), Focusing from the Heart and towards the Heart (2015). He has translated the two central philosophical works of Gendlin: Experience and the creation of meaning (ECM) and A Process Model.
He is a psychotherapist in private practice, and teaches Focusing. He was appointed as Coordinator of Focusing for Chile by Eugene Gendlin. He founded the Continental Focusing School in Spanish in Santiago de Chile, offering a blended training system for all Spanish-speaking countries (www.ecfe.cl and www.focusingchile.cl).
Currently, Edgardo is a member of the teaching team of the Weeklong (2017, 2019, 2020) where he has shown the experiential and philosophical dimension of Focusing as an attitude and a phenomenon for change.