|Saturday, October 13, 2012 - Sunday, October 14, 2012 |
A workshop in Warsaw, organized by Ewa Panufnik: email her for location and registration information at email@example.com.
Naturalizing the Language of NVC
• Would you like to increase your level of embodiment of NVC consciousness?
• Would you like to adapt your language of needs and emotions to increase connection in any context?
• Would you like to increase your capacity to share NVC with different populations?
All of us want our NVC practice to sound natural and appealing to others, and yet many of us have had the experience of alienating people through our enthusiastic use of NVC. The focus of this workshop is on integrating and sharing the beauty we have experienced with NVC while at the same time adapting our language to be responsive to others' experience. Our goal is to support you in finding the words that accurately reflect the intention and principles you are trying to live in a way that sounds natural.
We will learn to speak about feelings and about needs without using these words, so we can give voice to the truth that lives in us without compromising flow and accessibility. We will identify and aim to transcend the strong pull to “do it right” and come back to letting the words follow our heart instead of interfering with it. We will look for creative ways to go around habitual phrases that have become mainstays in the NVC community so we can respond to each situation freshly. Overall, we will aim to reach a level of integration of the principles of NVC that allows the language to emerge from within rather than using a particular set of words, phrases, or formats.
This course is based on intensive practice and coaching with real-life examples from participants’ lives.
• The Basics of Making NVC Natural
• Adapting Our Feelings and Needs Lists
• From One-Word to Full-Phrase Needs
• Removing NVC “Jargon” from Your Speech
• Holding Awareness of NVC Consciousness When Empathic Reflection Can Be Alienating
• From Practice to Integration
For whom: This course is geared towards people at various levels of skill, ranging from people who want fluidity in their use of the language to NVC trainers who want to increase their capacity to share NVC in a variety of settings.
Miki Kashtan was certified as an NVC trainer by the Center for Nonviolent Communication in 1996, and has been teaching NVC since 1995, creating and delivering public and organizational NVC workshops and retreats in the San Francisco Bay Area, around the U.S., and in Japan, Europe, Brazil, and Africa.
In 2002, she co-founded BayNVC and launched the highly successful North America NVC Leadership Program, a year-long training program, now in its 10th year.
She has created materials and curriculum with a special focus on NVC leadership, social change, power relations, and interdependence, all topics that are part of the focus for this workshop.
You may enjoy watching this Video interview with Miki Kashtan.
|Requested Experience:||This course is geared towards people at various levels of skill, ranging from people who want fluidity in their use of the language to NVC trainers who want to increase their capacity to share NVC in a variety of settings.|
|Contact:||Ewa Panufnik. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|