Integrated Listening as a Key to Deeper Relationships
A Public Talk with Russell Delman
Zurich, Switzerland, February 5, 2016
In the Embodied Life work, we have an unusual name for an essential practice, it is called “listening-speaking”. When people hear this they imagine that I mean that people should listen to others before they speak. While this is often helpful for deepening relationships, actually, first I mean learning to listen to one’s inner world before speaking.
This is challenging. By inner world, I do not mean just your thoughts, opinions, desires and emotions. I mean listening to the wisdom living in the integration of: 1) bodily sensing, 2) freshly experienced feelings, 3) reflective thinking and 4) the external situation. These four elements are all needed for integrated listening and are the basis for learning to listen effectively to others.
How can we learn to have this deep listening both naturally and more often?
How can we learn to have this even in the speed of many of our interactions?
Join us for this illuminating talk and interactive conversation.
Place and Time
Evangelisch-reformierte Kirchgemeinde Hottingen, Asylstrasse 36, 8032 Zürich
Friday, February 5, 2016, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
On the following weekend, a workshop takes place in Zurich as well: Please see further information.
The talk is free. However, we appreciate your donation, all of which goes to organisations that support women having experienced violence:
50% - Frauenhaus Zürich (Switzerland)
50% - City of Joy (Kongo)
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About Russell Delman
In his unique approach Russell Delman combines Zen meditation with Feldenkrais and Guided Inquiry.
Russell offers a mentorship program “The Embodied Life”. For more information please visit http://www.russelldelman.com/