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The Focusing Partnership Program

Most people use the time to work on their main concerns that day, which might be inner experiences, their attempts to develop as people, or a difficult letter to write, the next thing to do in one’s work, or whatever one finds uppermost.

Your partner offers no advice, no judgments, no comments. We have learned that people can go deeper and arrive at creative steps forward, if the listener refrains from adding anything in. Judgments, advice and comments express the person who is giving them, not the person to whom one is listening. Your partner will not say that your talk is superficial, or that it doesn’t make sense, or that you are wrong, weak, or selfish, nor will the partner praise one thing and condemn another thing in you, or in what you say. We only say what we want to.

All new Focusing Partnership Program members must either be a Certified Focusing Professional, or have a Proficiency as a Focusing Partner (PFP) award or have their TFI Trainer or Coordinator send us a written recommendation. If you meet these requirements, please send us an email and we will send you instructions for joining the FPP.

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Partnering Guidelines

Focusing On Work

Focusing Partnership Stories

Frequently Asked Questions about Focusing Partnerships

Three Rules for Safety Três Regras de Segurança nas Parcerias de Focusing (Português)

Focusing Self-Guiding Instructions to Use by Yourself or in your Partnership

Tips for the Focuser

What people are saying about the Focusing Partnership Program

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