Focusing is a form of inward bodily attention. Focusing offers a new way of being with ourselves - that has all of us in it.
Focusing is an interface of body-mind and consists of specific steps for getting a body sense of how you are in a particular life situation. To do this first we must pause. We need to pause to really notice what our bodies are carrying for us. The body sense is often unclear and vague at first, but if you pay attention it will open up into words or images and you experience a felt shift in your body. This gentle unfolding of the body's wisdom is what is known as Focusing.
In the process of Focusing, one experiences a physical change in the way that the issue is being lived in the body. We learn to live in a deeper place than just thoughts or feelings. We are opened up to the deeper river that runs through us. When we do this our issues look and feel different and new solutions arise.