5 VHS tapes 8 hours 15 min.

The subject matter shown in this series was presented by Dr. Gendlin under the title of "Thinking at the Edge", in NY, June 12 - 15, 1998. The philosophical principles that Dr. Gendlin presents have been carried forward through many decades of his work and thought.

TAE offers a way to think freshly yet precisely by combining the power of logic with the wisdom of intuitive, bodily-experienced knowing.TAE provides tools to listen to and bring this knowing to life.

On these tapes Dr. Gendlin explains the philosophical model and theoretical background about "Thinking at the Edge". He teaches the 9-step process and demonstrates, with several people, how to apply the terminology at different points in this process of building theory grounded in experience

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Dr. Gendlin continues teaching and discussing theory building. This is followed by 2 comprehensive and continuous demonstrations of experiential process of TAE.

Video #4

Subtitled "Focusing and Theory building demonstrations", Dr Gendlin guides seven people through different points in the process. These demonstrations vary, including guiding a novice focuser's first exploration of what is known implicitly as well as more elaborate theory building.

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"Gene's Gems from TAE"
Relating to such topics as: safety in focusing, Process Model, philosophical models, articulating from a felt sense, what philosophy is good for...; are explored and reflected on in "Gene's Gems from TAE". The following collection of "Gems" are presented:

1....make yourself a safety there...2..."safety"...public<word>personal...3...every organism is different...
4...dip into Process Model .. an application...5...a body that IS an interaction...6...what Philosophy is good for...
7...more about different models...8...lots of theories is better than one...9...there is a kind of validity...
10...the infinity comes through...11...any articulation from a felt sense