Using Zoom, the meeting is almost as if we were to share the same room.
The total time frame is typically one hour, during which the actual Focusing Session takes about 30 to 45 min. This leaves 15 to 30 minutes for us to clarify the content of your sessions, and for us to address any questions, curiosities, or insights you may want to share.
What is Focusing?
Please visit my Focusing Page
How the Online Session works:
The meeting takes place seated, facing the camera and microphone, and proceeds just the same way as it would when sharing the same space. You need a Mac or PC, or a cell phone.
When using a laptop, you open the link which I email to you shortly before the scheduled meeting begins, and you simply follow the prompts. When using a cell phone, you would download the Zoom App prior to our meeting. You also need a strong enough internet connection to allow for a video call, but typically Wi-Fi is good enough. It is best to have a headset at hand, as the inbuilt microphone may not be strong enough to allow for a relaxed, quiet conversation.
Also, please ensure that you create a comfortable, undisturbed environment for yourself, to not get interrupted in your inner listening. Optimally, plan some alone-time after the session, as you may encounter vulnerable spaces that want your undivided attention past the session.
An open session is an adventure for me as a facilitator as much as it is for you as a student.
Without planning ahead, we just see what it is that you most want as we come together.
As we enter the process, I compose a session based on what I feel can be received and is most useful for you.
An open session can be very precious as it allows for spontaneous unplanned development and thereby allowing for greater intelligence than any single modality can provide.
Open Sessions are generally 1.5 hours. If you are interested in a series, with practice, one hour may very well be enough.