Notice What You Notice

“Notice what you notice” is both a technique of intuition and process work. Allowing the person, environment, or your own internal senses to lead you…

The Puzzle Box Analogy

As the facilitator, you might identify an important insight and talk about it with your client, but it just isn’t landing. It may be that…

Identifying Reactions

Identifying Reactions There is no single way to identify when you are someone else is having an emotional reaction. We do tend to have tendencies,…

You Are So Purple!

You are so Purple! Seriously….I really hate how purple you are. Your purpleness drives me crazy. You need to stop being purple. If I said…

Plinko Game Analogy

It can be helpful to have analogies to help explain concepts to clients. Here is an analogy I use to help describe why we find…

The Disturber

The Disturber By Carol Jud From the Shalom Process Guide Book In our personal lives, the Disturber is the one who ushers in the new…

Process Work’s Three Levels of Experience

Process Work’s Three Levels Of Experience From Arnold Mindell’s website: Consensus Reality The level of our experience that is measurable and shared – aspects of…