Olena fluidly and articulately demonstrates how an FI is not a conversation with ourselves about the person, but a conversation with the person’s subjectivity. In that interaction we meet their subjective orientation and cue their system to self organize to a higher potential. It is an artful way of working where we do not interact with the student as teachers, but as guides for the self organizing process.
Learn potent strategies for individualized sense making through the lens of the "subjective middle." As practitioners we often find ourselves comparing movement left to right. Implicitly, we are making our observations from an idea of an “objective middle.” What if we could suspend the idea of an “objective middle” and instead, identify and work with a person’s “subjective middle,” an orientation from which it is startlingly apparent that they are more at home and function more effectively? From this standpoint, a practitioner can address the self-image from a unique perspective, the client’s own.