Meeting a need for connection and being seen and heard in conversation is often most satisfying when there is a sense of depth.  

Depth in conversation typically refers to accessing layers of vulnerability and subtlety as an experience is shared and received. Such conversations often touch on universal and core aspects of human experience from the felt sense of them rather talking about them. This shared felt sense of the universal provides depth and meaning.

Inviting this level of sharing in conversation relies on at least three major elements: attentive silence, the desire to connect and be known, and focus on present experience.

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Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to the course!

    • Welcome from LaShelle

    • Benefits

    • Before we begin...

    • Handout

  • 2

    Attentiveness & Reflecting

    • Attentiveness & Reflecting

    • Check point

    • Exercise One with Demonstration

  • 3


    • Empathy

    • Check point

    • Exercise Two with Demonstration

  • 4

    Following Aliveness

    • Following Aliveness

    • Check point

    • Exercise Three with Demonstration

  • 5

    Next Steps...

    • Closing

    • Ways to keep your practice going

    • Before you go...

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What you get:

  • Access to the course for 6 weeks

  • Experiential exercises to do at home with your partner

  • Full-length demonstrations for each exercises

  • Content spaced over three weeks to optimize learning


This course is designed to be completed together with your partner. You will have access to the course 30 days from the date of purchase.

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