1 South Wacker Dr
“Thinking At the Edge” of Technology
Wednesday, May 27, 2015 5:00 PM
1 South Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL
The world of Technology is always on the cutting edge of new ideas. We need to dedicate space, time, and intention in order for these new ideas to emerge. We can create conditions that will nurture the process. This is a fragile process and we can sometimes get stuck. Do you have creative project that seems to get lost and needs some direction? Perhaps you have an idea, or a hunch, that you would like to develop further? Do you have thoughts that are relevant to you but they become flat when you express them?
Thinking at the Edge is a method created by Professor Eugene Gendlin at the University of Chicago to support the development of ideas. Simple steps help us to become very articulate and precise in what we mean. At the same time we learn how to work together in ways that open up fresh pathways and bring clarity. This way, we begin to cultivate the conditions that nurture and protect our creative processes.
This will be an introductory session introducing 5 steps with Dr. Donata Schoeller, PhD, Visiting Professor at DePaul University. You can find more information about the process at http://www.focusing.org/tae.html
This workshop is the second of a series. Additional dates are, June 10, and June 17 at 5pm at Serendipity Labs. You are welcome to attend even if you missed the first session.