What I love about working with the Inner View Method is the transformation that can happen before my eyes as the person I am sitting with, and filming, gently settles into themselves and begins to let go of the idea that there is something they need to be doing.
For some, it's a flash of insight as they realise that this is a space just for them, and they don't have to 'do' anything.
For others it's a more subtle process as they slowly relax and begin to appreciate the experience of stopping and being still. This is captured beautifully in this 2 minute film.
For some, being the focus of attention is something they are so unfamiliar and uncomfortable with that they take time to adjust to the experience, before finding themselves being present in the moment.
There is no 'right' way, and each time I sit with a someone it is a wonderfully unique experience.
They have my full attention. They are seen. They are heard. They are accepted.