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Empathic Presence Workshops | Lawrence, KS

Empathic Presence Workshops | Lawrence, KS | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it
Here it is! An 8-week series introducing the foundations of Nonviolent Communication! Topics for each week:

Introduction to NVC
Self-Connection and Empathy
Transforming Habitual Responses
Observations and Requests
NVC Tree of Life
Working with "No"
Embracing NVC as a Practice
Proactive Conversations and Gratitude
http://empathicpresence.com

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Empathy Cafe News Paper Front Page

Empathy Cafe News Paper Front Page | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it

Empathy Cafe Magazine Front Page


Visit the individual magazines specifically for empathy and;

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Houses of healing: Kathleen Macferran at TEDxMonroeCorrection

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. In this thought provoking talk, Kathleen Macferran explores the pow...
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Passing of Marshall Rosenberg the founder of the Center for Nonviolent Communication

Passing of Marshall Rosenberg the founder of the Center for Nonviolent Communication | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it

I just saw this message that Marshall Rosenberg, the founder of the Center for Nonviolent Communication had passed. Marshall was a graduate student of Carl Rogers and greatly extended the work, understanding and practice of empathy. Marshall taught the NVC empathy based process to thousands of people and built a thriving community of practice. His students have then gone on to teach NVC to tens of thousands more around the world. see Center for Nonviolent Communications http://j.mp/1zM2Jjr

Dear all,
It is with great emotion that I write to tell you that Marshall Rosenberg passed from this life 3 days ago, on Saturday, February 7th. He passed peacefully at home, with his wife Valentina - who shared the news with me a few minutes ago - and all his children by his side.

I know no way to describe the impact this man had on so many people - for his work and for his being, and for the extraordinary power the balance between these two unleashed. He was a beloved teacher to countless people on every continent, people whose hearts were touched and shone with the possibility his work made tangible

To many of you reading he was also an inspired and inspiring colleague who changed the course of your lives and brought an inestimable sense of meaning and the potential for transformation to every area of your world. And who, at each moment, did this with utmost simplicity, humility and humanness.

In great mourning, and with the most profound reverence and soaring gratitude for the spirit he released in us, and whose light we carry forwards.

Dominic 
President 
CNVC

Marshall Rosenberg http://j.mp/1zM36KX 
Dominic Barter http://bit.ly/xA7Hh1

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Nonviolent Communication Training Course - Marshall Rosenberg - CNVC.org - Session #4 - Empathy (1)

Nonviolent Communication Training Course (Full) - Marshall Rosenberg


 3:12:42 - Session #4 - Empathy (1)


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Nonviolent Communication Training Course - Marshall Rosenberg

CONTENTS:


  • 0:00:00 - Session #1 - Introduction
  • 1:00:51 - Session #2 - Applying NCV
  • 2:08:41 - Session #3 - Honesty
  • 3:12:42 - Session #4 - Empathy (1)
  • 4:20:40 - Session #5 - Relationships
  • 5:18:33 - Session #6 - Authority
  • 6:16:17 - Session #7 - Empathy (2)
  • 7:10:34 - Session #8 - Social Change
  • 8:00:16 - Session #9 - Gratitude
  • 9:06:36 - Credits


NVC TRAINING COURSE:


NVC WORKSHOPS:


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Sunday Speaker: Govert van Ginkel "Empathy and you; how to live a balanced life"

Sunday Speaker: Govert van Ginkel "Empathy and you; how to live a balanced life" | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it

When we think about empathy, it mostly is about others, but what about you? Do you know what it is to have empathy for yourself?


When our essence is of God and therefor we are inherently good, doesn’t it stand to reason then to look at how we treat ourselves?  I see our journey of life as an inevitable and necessary process of self discovery, perhaps you do too.

We may start out as an empty page but soon the impressions that life makes upon us start to fill the page and in the process we may loose the sense of who we really are.

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Spinning the Threads of Empathy: Miki Kashtan and Edwin Rutsch

Spinning the Threads of Empathy: Miki Kashtan and Edwin Rutsch | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it

"Miki Kashtan, Ph.D., is a co-founder of Bay Area Nonviolent Communication and serves as its lead facilitator and trainer. She is inspired by the role of visionary leadership in shaping a livable future, and works towards that vision by living, using, and sharing the principles and practice of Nonviolent Communication. " She is the author ofSpinning Threads of Radical Aliveness: Transcending the Legacy of Separation in Our Individual Lives.

 

From the book,  "Although the fundamental capacity for empathy, which is part and parcel of mutual recognition, is an innate human feature, we need to receive sufficient empathy early in life to be able to attain and maintain true mutuality as well as empathic connection with ourselves and others.

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Empathy Café - Come and Join Your DC NVC Tribe!

Empathy Café - Come and Join Your DC NVC Tribe! | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it
EMPATHY CAFÉ IS A FREE SOCIAL TIME WHERE ANYONE CURIOUS OR VERSED IN NONVIOLENT COMMUNICATION IS INVITED TO BE IN COMMUNITY WITH OTHERS. YOU CAN PLAY “EMPATHY POKER,” WHERE ANYONE CAN HAVE A TURN AT SHARING WHAT’S MOST ALIVE OR IN NEED OF BEING HEARD AND SUPPORTED WITH EMPATHY, OR JUST SOCIALIZE AND CO-CREATE COMMUNITY.

BRING A DISH/SNACK TO SHARE, POTLUCK-STYLE OR YOUR OWN DINNER. TEAS WILL BE SERVED.
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Compassionate Communication & Empathy ReadOnline

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Some Keys to Empathizing with Others - YouTube

Being You, Inspiring Others (BYIO) is a 3-Month Development Program for People Who Share NonViolent Communication (NVC).

To best support NVC trainers in becoming effective, skillful and powerful, this program is going to focus on three development paths:
• Integrating NVC skills and consciousness into every aspect of one's life

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Book Chapter: Inner Empathy - Opening Ourselves To The Heart Of Self-Compassion

Book Chapter: Inner Empathy - Opening Ourselves To The Heart Of Self-Compassion | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it

I’m excited to share with you this the introductory chapter of my new book. In these introductory pages below, I would like to share the reasons I chose to write the book and develop the Inner Empathy work, explaining how it might assist you in your Nonviolent Communication practice. I also want to share a bit about my own challenges as I developed my work with the hope you might be inspired to move further in your own journey. I believe that Nonviolent Communication can have a significant impact for those of us interested in deep personal growth and facilitating our spiritual path (whatever that is to you). If you would like to experience the Inner Empathy process, schedule a private session or check out our retreats and classes. (The first chapter is contained below. If you prefer to read offline, you can download a pdf of the first chapter.

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The art of listening | Kathleen Macferran

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Innate Empathy: Dharma, Relationship, and Inner Resilience

Innate Empathy: Dharma, Relationship, and Inner Resilience | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it
A fully embodied and integrated experience of empathy – the felt, emotional resonance with experience – can deepen our relationships, transform our spiritual and meditation practices, and enhance the quality of our daily lives. Join Oren for this innovative daylong integrating Nonviolent Communication and Buddhist meditation.


Through a combination of imagery, movement, guided reflection, and interactive exercises you will deepen your innate sense of empathy, develop ways to invoke empathy not only in meditation practice, but in all your relationships, and strengthen your capacity to stay present in all circumstances.

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Nonviolent Communication Training Course - Marshall Rosenberg

CONTENTS:


  • 0:00:00 - Session #1 - Introduction
  • 1:00:51 - Session #2 - Applying NCV
  • 2:08:41 - Session #3 - Honesty
  • 3:12:42 - Session #4 - Empathy (1)
  • 4:20:40 - Session #5 - Relationships
  • 5:18:33 - Session #6 - Authority
  • 6:16:17 - Session #7 - Empathy (2)
  • 7:10:34 - Session #8 - Social Change
  • 8:00:16 - Session #9 - Gratitude
  • 9:06:36 - Credits


NVC TRAINING COURSE:


NVC WORKSHOPS:


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Nonviolent Communication Training Course - Marshall Rosenberg - CNVC.org - Session #7 - Empathy (2)

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The Purpose of SHAME, The Power of EMPATHY : A Weekend Workshop with Sarah Peyton

The Purpose of SHAME, The Power of EMPATHY : A Weekend Workshop with Sarah Peyton | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it

SHAME is a rarely discussed but very common emotion. The intensity of feeling shame can be confusing and overwhelming. The chains of shame can be hard to throw off - they can be woven into our sense of who we are, our thoughts, our breath, our movement through the world. And surprisingly, self-shaming can be one of the ways that we try to support ourselves to belong in our families, our friendships, and our communitie


Working with Sarah in NVC and IPNB classes, groups and year-long programs, or in 1:1 empathy sessions, you will:

  • Experience resonance and learn how it supports fluidity and growth
  • Radically change judgments and self-criticism into delight and connection
  • Watch yourself grow in self-understanding and self-compassion
  • Internalize your own Resonating Self-Witness
  • Nurture and nourish your own capacity for self-care
  • Put down old burdens of self-limiting beliefs and self-hate,
  • Transform entrenched family patterns into freedom with constellation work
  • Integrate cutting edge neuroscience into your work with yourself and others
  • Stay connected with the latest research coming out of social neuroscience labs all over the world

Learnin

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Pacific NW US April 2015

Pacific NW US April 2015 | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it

Center For Nonviolent Communication 
Presents an INTERNATIONAL INTENSIVE TRAINING
USA - Pacific Northwest April 3—12, 2015


Program: This International Intensive Training (IIT) is a 9-day, Nonviolent Communication “immersion experience.” It is a residential workshop led by a team of experienced CNVC Certified Trainers.

The purpose of this IIT training is to offer people the opportunity to live the process of Nonviolent Communication in community over an extended period of time, in order to develop Nonviolent Communication knowledge, skills and consciousness.


One exciting focus of this specific intensive training is exploring how individuals and teams can influence systems, cultures, communities and organizations, to become settings where all people can thrive.










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Giraffe Eyes: Observing World Events Through the Lens of NVC

Giraffe Eyes: Observing World Events Through the Lens of NVC | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it
Here are some possible points of discussion:

Sharing our pain, our grief, our rage: Letting the unacceptable in.
Dehumanizaton using language, leading to violence: "The only way I can describe it, it looks like a demon, that’s how angry he looked."
Nonviolent protest, civil disobdience and destruction of property: How do we move toward peace, mutual respect and sustainability while including those who protest by destroying property?
Wrong, wrong, wrong! How do we communicate with people who see not only another perspective, but another reality?
Rise up! How can the NVC community play an active role in supporting those in need and creating peaceful social change in situations like Ferguson?
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Path of Empathy..

Path of Empathy.. | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it
Path of Empathy... Essential Relating
An Introductory Training in Nonviolent Communication

This training is for you if you would enjoy to be supported in deepening self awareness of your inner compassionate self and ways of empowering your authentic self-expression in the relationships that matter most to you.

Empathy as a path to Intimacy...

 

Is there anything more important than a loving intimate relationship to contribute to your well being? It is such a nourishing experience to feel connected to someone you love deeply. When it works, life can seem easy and flowing. You feel the constant support of the love of your partner.

A natural motivation arises to take care of your beloved in the best possible way you can. A level of respect between you means that there is an honouring of each other and what you bring to each other. There is a sense of working together to create something special - to share the joy of your relating with others, so that they too might have a taste of the love you share between you.

 

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Expanded Self Empathy Intensive

Expanded Self Empathy Intensive | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it

With Thom Bond and NYCNVC Trainers and Facilitators
The Expanded Self-Empathy Intensive is for NYCNVC Empathy Intensive Graduates who would like to have a refresher and extend their Self-Empathy Intensive AND NYCNVC Discovery Weekend Graduates who were not able to attend the Empathy Intensive in June AND those with 20+ hours of equivalent training. 


Understanding Self-Empathy

  • Your Personal Relationship to Feelings and Needs
  • Distinguishing Observations and Needs from What We Tell Ourselves
  • Distinguishing Needs from Strategies
  • Working with Triggers
  • Self-Empathy and Requests
  • Self-Empathy in Dialogue 
  • Self-Empathy, Pain and Suffering
  • Distinguishing and Translating "should/shouldn't" Thinking
  • Self-Empathy and Making Choices and Decisions 
  • Core Jackals and "Life Sentences"
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Remembering Marshall's Dream - various comments about empathy

At BYIO 2013, participants shared how Marshall Rosemberg and his teaching of Non-Violent Communication (NVC) impacted them.

Being You, Inspiring Others (BYIO) is a 3-Month Development Program for People Who Share NonViolent Communication (NVC).

To best support NVC trainers in becoming effective, skillful and powerful, this program is going to focus on three development paths:
• Integrating NVC skills and consciousness into every aspect of one's life
• Mastering NVC concepts in a deeply rooted way
• Accessing a wide range of creative and effective ways to share NVC

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NVC Family Camp Summit

NVC Family Camp Summit | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it

On January 30, 2014, twelve kindred spirits gathered at Highlands Camp and Retreat Center in Allenspark, Colorado, for an inspiring deep-winter weekend of community called the 2014 NVC Family Camp Summit. Organized and planned by a joint team from Family HEART Camp and the Vashon NVC Family Camp, this landmark event used Open Space Technology to structure three days of mutual learning, celebration and creativity, including brief remote participation by people from around the U.S. and Europe.

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Empathy Before Education: Responding to the Past

Empathy Before Education: Responding to the Past | Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | Scoop.it

When someone comes to us in distress and begins to describe an event that we remember or experienced differently, our first impulse is often to correct the other person. After all, we may reason, if the other person just got the story right, she would no longer feel distress, right? So we set about to educate, to correct the facts or interpretations that we know are different from her version....

 

Putting empathy before education can make a world of difference in our daily interactions. It makes it possible to receive everyone with consideration. The phrase “empathy before education” can serve as a handy reminder to take the time to really hear the other person before we hurry to offer our own interpretations. Then we can shift the focus away from the past—even if it’s the very recent past—in order to make connecting agreements in the present and future.

 

by Ike Lasater with Julie Stiles

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Pilar Bermejo Gonzalez's curator insight, October 27, 2013 5:57 AM

La empatía una importante herramienta en la escucha activa