This is a post in my series on organizing ”between and beyond.” Other posts are here. This is a retrospective of what has happened during the week. The purpose is to reflect on the work itself. Here is my previous retrospective.
What has happened? What needs to be done?
Finally, here is my review of Experiencing and the Creation of Meaning: A Philosophical and Psychological Approach to the Subjective by Eugene Gendlin. This is a most interesting book, but it’s also a very difficult book to read. It has taken me several weeks to finalize the review. Eugene Gendlin considers felt experiencing in its own right:
- We can think everything more truly if we think with attention to how we think.
- Symbols and felt meanings function together in different ways.
- Experiencing underlies every moment of living.
- Experiencing is the total of experienced meaning.
- It is vitally important to refer directly to experiencing.
What was good? What can be improved?
I am glad that I finally managed to finish my review of Eugene Gendlin’s book. I mentioned the book the first time in this retrospective almost a year ago. I think Gendlin’s work is groundbreaking. Felt experiencing is how we tap into deeper generative order. Here is also my review of another of Gendlin’s books. It’s a book on Focusing: How to Gain Direct Access to Your Body’s Knowledge.
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