• February 10–13, 2019
  • Sunday–Wednesday: 3 nights

The Heart of Nonviolent Communication, Part II The Way of Compassion

For people who have taken Part I.

This training refines one of the most important skills we can develop to have more compassion in our lives―feeling our feelings and connecting them to needs. Through conceptual training, experiential exercises, guided meditations, and practice in large and small groups, we create a clearer picture, a deeper practice, and a profound path to compassionate thinking, speaking, and living.

Dive into topics that include feelings versus thoughts and needs versus strategies; hearing no and saying no; requests and demands; and making difficult conversations more rewarding and meaningful. As a result of this training you can expect to

  • Spend more time in connection with yourself and others
  • Experience less painful and shorter conflicts
  • Learn to move from conflict to mutual strategies
  • Stay more centered, open, and effective in conflicts
  • Increase congruence between your values and your actions
  • Have more fun, joy, and pleasure in your life.

Special Savings!
Combine this program with The Heart of Nonviolent Communication, Part I, February 8–10, for a 10 percent discount for each program.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
None
Suitable For
All
Program Theme
Relationships and Sexuality
Schedule
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Presenter(s)

Thom Bond, founder of the New York Center for Nonviolent Communication, brings 27 years of study and training to his work as a writer, speaker, and workshop leader.

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