Playlist · by parsons.nate
55 episodes, 38 hours 41 mins
Episode 132 - Cultural roots of authoritarianism in need of nonviolent communication
Guests Brett from http://schoolsucksproject.com and Daniel from http://warisimmoral.comhttp://www.scholarsacademynh.org/We aren't on planet earth to live up to other people's expectationsThe error-correction process is part of being human: http://www.logicallearning.net/libertyourownima.htmlThe art of not being governed: an anarchist history of upland Southeast Asia By James C. Scotthttp://tinyurl.com/4pmc7ag (google books)Mark Interviews Edward Stringham (begins at 02:02:30)http://www.freetalklive.com/content/podcast_2011_01_03Government Can Be Prevented by Edward Stringhamhttp://blog.mises.org/15178/government-can-be-prevented/For most of human history, states, i.e., governments, were nonexistentLife Sentence for Being Honest by Larken Rosehttp://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Opinion/081086-2010-12-30-life-sentence-for-being-honest.htmhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Michael_SimkaninStatistics about Business Size (including Small Business) from the U.S. Census Bureauhttp://www.censu...
Episode 134 - Violence of cops and judges, need for nonviolent communication
Guests Brett from http://schoolsucksproject.com and Daniel from http://warisimmoral.comhttp://www.cnvc.org/learn-nvc/learn-nonviolent-communicationhttp://www.wikihow.com/Practice-Nonviolent-CommunicationFree Ademo! Free Speech! by Pete Eyrehttp://www.copblock.org/1748/freeademo/http://freekeene.com/2011/01/26/ridley-reports-on-ademos-arrest/http://freekeene.com/2011/01/25/video-ademo-v-freeman-sentenced-to-60-days-in-jail-for-speaking/Non Violent Communication - A Roundtable - Wes Bertrand, Brett Veinotte and Stefan Molyneux discuss Marshall Rosenberg's theory of nonviolent communication.http://blip.tv/file/4674030/cross post on Brett's sitehttp://www.schoolsucksproject.com/podcasts/80FDR 1836 Nonviolent Communication – An Introduction by Stefan Molyneuxhttp://www.freedomainradio.com/Traffic_Jams/FDR_1836_NVC_Intro.mp3The Art of Living Consciously by Nathaniel Brandenhttp://www.nathanielbranden.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=21_23&products_id=28In the Line of Duty - Watch: SLC ...
Jean McElhaney: Using Non-Violent Communication to Connect With Ourselves and Others in Freedom, Joy and Power
Do you want to elegantly express yourself and feel empowered by having more freedom and really connect with people? Plus, “Making Life Far More Easier, Fulfilling and dare we say it - Wonderful?” Never before have we needed a greater range of communication skills to allow us to reconnect as family, community and a global society. To speak authentically and from our heart. With the media polarisation of society, be it local or global - along with an education system that is constantly needing to encourage our skills in conflict resolution as well as reconciling opposing points of view, how are we going to become a more caring, unified and trustworthy society? New Zealand is often rated as one of the most peaceful countries in the world and yet has a very high rate of domestic violence and teen suicide -- both indicators that more can be done to give alternatives to beating up on ourselves and each other. Nonviolent Communication (Also known as “Compassionate Communication”) is on...
Oren Jay Sofer: Nonviolent Communication
Author and teacher Oren Jay Sofer in conversation with CIIS’s Terese Gjernes about mindful and nonviolent communication skills.
Ep. 86 - Oren Jay Sofer
In Episode 86 of the Metta Hour Podcast, Sharon speaks with teacher and author, Oren Jay Sofer. Find show notes and links here: https://beherenownetwork.com/sharon-salzberg-metta-hour-ep-86-oren-jay-sofer/ Oren Jay Sofer is a member of the Spirit Rock Teacher’s Council, a Certified Trainer of Nonviolent Communication, and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner for healing trauma. His first book, “Say What You Mean” comes out in December 2018. In this conversation, Sharon and Oren discuss how Oren came to the path of meditation practice, and his time spent in the East. They also discuss the many nuances of effective communication both related to mindfulness practice, somatic healing, and the application of non-violent communication. The conversation closes with Oren leading a short guided meditation. For more information, visit orenjaysofer.com.
NVC Marshall Rosenberg
This time on Peace Talks Radio, Nonviolent Communication (NVC) with Marshall Rosenberg. NVC is a verbal technology for exchanging information and resolving differences peacefully. Marshall Rosenberg, who founded the NVC technique, is captured before a live Albuquerque audience talking about how this communication style helps to resolve conflict. He also helps members of the studio audience develop solutions to conflict scenarios using the principles of Nonviolent Communication. Co hosts: Paul Ingles and Suzanne Kryder. The program was taped at the First Church of Religious Science Auditorium on February 7, 2005.
Learning the art of nonviolent communication
In this episode 2plan Wealth Management IFA Cleona Lira sits down with Ian Horne and Ollie Smith to explain how discovering non-violent communication enhanced her relationship with clients.
Nonviolent Communication with Judith Hanson Lasater
Judith Hanson Lasater is a world famous yoga instructor who has been teaching since 1971. She has studied directly with B.K.S Iyengar, is a physical therapist and holds a Ph.D. in East-West psychology. She has taught and lectured the world over and is one of the original founders of the California Yoga Teachers Association. In this podcast, Judith discusses her new book, “What We Say Matters: Practicing Nonviolent Communication” which explores the work of Marshall Rosenberg from a decidedly eastern perspective. Sync with iPod • Return to Directory Resources Judith’s Website Judith on Twitter Judith on Facebook Purchase What We Say Matters: Practicing Nonviolent Communication Other Books by Judith Hanson Lasater A Year of Living Your Yoga Yoga Abs Yoga for Pregnancy 30 Essential Yoga Poses Living Your Yoga Relax and Renew Yoga Body: Anatomy, Kinesiology, and Asana
How to Get What You Need - Nonviolent Communication with Max Rivers
Do you feel like there are some things that you just can’t ask for? How do you get what you truly need in relationship? And how do you navigate to true win/win solutions in a relationship where you and your partner feel excited by what you’ve created together, instead of feeling drained by compromise? Instead of using a psychological approach, today’s guest, Max Rivers, is going to show you how to use the skills of mediation to breathe new life into your connection.
Nonviolent Communication – YMMP046
Nonviolent Communication is a way to create peace and calm in the home. Who wouldn’t want to make a connection in a way that everybody’s needs get met through natural giving? Listen to today’s podcast and discover the process of nonviolent communication, when the speaker cites an observation, feeling, need and request. For more information, look up Dr. Marshall Rosenberg and www.cnvc.org.
155: A Mindful Approach to Nonviolent Communication
Finding your voice, learning how to say what you mean, and how to listen deeply: this is one of the most rewarding journeys you can take.” — Oren Jay Sofer Today we have Oren Jay Sofer on the podcast. Sofer teaches meditation and communication nationally. He holds a degree in Comparative Religion from Columbia University, and is a member of the Spirit Rock Teacher’s Council. He is also a Certified Trainer of Nonviolent Communication, a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner for healing trauma, and he is the Senior Program Developer at Mindful Schools. Sofer is author ofSay What You Mean: A Mindful Approach to Nonviolent Communication. In this episode we discuss: The importance of slowing down Marshall Rosenberg’s system of nonviolent communication How our behaviors can viewed as an attempt to meet a deeper need Entering relationships from a sense of deprivation vs. a place of growth The importance of relational awareness The undervalued skill of healthy communication Why intention is...
375: How and Why to Communicate Mindfully with Oren Jay Sofer
Meditation practitioner and author Oren Jay Sofer hashes out the tenets of mindful and non-violent communication to help get ot the heart of every interaction. You’ll Learn: Key steps for getting what you want without causing defensiveness in others Two points of subtext to listen for when someone speaks How to gain emotional agility About Oren Oren Jay Sofer leads retreats and workshops on mindful communication throughout the United States. A member of the Spirit Rock Teachers Council, he holds a degree in comparative religion from columbia University and is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and a Certified Trainer of Nonviolent Communication. Oren also creates mindfulness training programs for apps and organizations. He lives in Richmond, California. View shownotes, links, and transcript at www.awesomeatyourjob.com/ep375
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Episode 113: Transforming Limiting Beliefs
Rodger Sorrow is acertified trainer for The Center for Nonviolent Communication since 2001. Nonviolent Communication (NVC) changed Rodger’s life. It gave him a process to understand what was going on inside of him and express it without criticizing, blaming or making others wrong. NVC gave him the tools to differentiate between what was happening and the story he was making up about it. This opened the door to authenticity and accountability as he connected to his feelings and values and became empowered to express his truth openly and vulnerably. At the same time there was now space inside him to see and connect with others. Rodger can now hear others and what’s alive in their hearts. This process is powerful and can support individuals, couples, groups and organizations find more connection and the win-win in any situation. JJ Flizanes is an Empowerment Strategist. She is the Director of Invisible Fitness, an Amazon best-selling author of Fit 2 Love: How to Get Physically, Emoti...
"Say what you Mean" with Oren Jay Sofer HM110
Welcome! Dr. Elizabeth Bonet interviews Oren Jay Sofer about his new book, "Say what you Mean: A Mindful approach to Nonviolent Communication." We talk all about both spiritual and more concrete techniques for bettering your communication with loved ones as well as others. Join Oren's newsletter by texting the word "Guided" to 44222 or see his website at http://www.orenjaysofer.com. Help yourself with easy Hypnosis Downloads by Dr. Liz!http://bit.ly/HypnosisMP3Downloads
PNTV - Nonviolent Communication by Marshall B. Rosenberg
Nonviolent Communication has sold over 1,000,000 copies. Why? It works. There are four key components to NVC: Observations + Feelings + Needs + Requests. In this Note, we'll take a quick look at each of them along with some other Big Ideas to communicate more compassionately.
71 Nonviolent Communication Burst
EPISODE 71: Nonviolent Communication (NVC) Educational Burst by Kitty Chambliss. Part of a new series, Kitty reviews various techniques that help ANY healthy relationship in short educational bursts. In Kitty’s book “Jealousy Survival Guide: How to feel safe, happy, and secure in an open relationship,” she discusses this technique that she learned from Marshall Rosenberg’s book of the same name. “I found this to be incredible – I think NVC should be required reading for humans who deal with other humans! It touches on many topics such as empathetic listening, learning to express your feelings in a loving, productive way that diffuses conflict and anger, and builds trust.” Both books can be purchased via the “Books” page on the LWB website at: http://lovingwithoutboundaries.com/books. Become a patron of LWB and get exclusive content at: patreon.com/lovingwithoutboundaries
Mitchell Rabin Hosts Nonviolent Communication Roundtable: Thom Bond & Rick Ulfik
Thom Bond brings 27 years of human potential study and training experience to his work as a writer, speaker and workshop leader. His passion and knowledge of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) combine to create a practical, understandable, humorous, and potentially profound approach for learning and integrating skills that help us experience more compassion and understanding. He is described as concise, inspiring, sincere and optimistic, applying transformational and spiritual perspectives to real-life situations. Many of his students become active facilitators, trainers and practitioners. Over the past fifteen years as a disciple of Marshall Rosenberg, Thom has touched hundreds of thousands of clients, participants, readers and listeners. He has been featured in The New York Times, New York Magazine, Yoga Magazine, and is a regular guest on radio and television. Rick Ulfik is the Founder of We, The World and the WE Campaign at WE.net. We, The World is a global coalition-building organi...
Non Violent Communication, Day 1
Find out why I'm doing this podcast on non violent communication (also called compassionate communication), who I am, and why the topic initially made me uncomfortable. Feel welcome to comment on my blog: http://www.lizmcgowen.com/non-violent-communication-podcast/non-violent-communication-podcast-day-1
Non Violent Communication, Day 2
In day 2 of the non violent communication podcast, we're talking about little things that are big -- what we deeply wish for in our lives and in our world, and what moments in our lives express those wishes. Feel welcome to share your comments at the blog: http://www.lizmcgowen.com/non-violent-communication-podcast/little-things-that-are-big/
Non Violent Communication, Day 3
Today we discuss what prevents us from communicating from the heart. What are the things that get in the way? You'll hear two very real examples from my own life, which I'm hoping the next days and weeks of my intentional practice of non violent communication will help me resolve. If you have questions or comments, feel welcome to leave them at the blog: http://www.lizmcgowen.com/non-violent-communication-podcast/what-prevents-us-from-communicating-from-the-heart/
Day 4: Communication that blocks compassion, moralistic judgments
Today is Day 4 of the non violent communication podcast, and we're talking about communication that blocks compassion. Specifically, about moralistic judgments. This is a point in the book where I always struggle a bit. I'll give you a couple of very specific examples of moralistic judgments that occur to me, and why these can be hugely problematic when used. Hope you'll listen... and please leave any comments at the blog post http://www.lizmcgowen.com/non-violent-communication-podcast/communication-that-blocks-compassion-moralistic-judgments
Non Violent Communication, Day 5
Today we're talking more about communication that blocks compassion, specifically about "comparison". You'll hear my thoughts on this and a couple of quick stories. Feel free to comment at the blog, which is at http://www.lizmcgowen.com
Non Violent Communication, Day 6
Today we're talking about "denial of responsibility". A challenge for you: how many times throughout the day do you use the phrase "I have to". Feel free to report your results at the blog: http://www.lizmcgowen.com
Non Violent Communication, Day 7
Wow, 7 entire episodes. It feels really great to get this out there. Today I'm talking bout the last couple of aspects of communication that blocks compassion, specifically, communicating our desires as demands. You'll learn about my day -- of jury duty -- as well as one final way we block compassionate communication that Rosenberg doesn't talk about. Feel free to leave comments and questions on the blog: http://www.lizmcgowen.com/non-violent-communication-podcast/nvc-podcast-day-7-communicating-our-desires-as-demands/
Non Violent Communication, Day 8
It's day 8 of the non violent communication podcast, and we've made it to chapter 3 in the book (Nonviolent Communication by Marshall B. Rosenberg). Today's topic is "observing without evaluating", a sticky issue indeed. Feel free to comment on the blog, http://www.lizmcgowen.com/non-violent-communication-podcast/day-8-nvc-podcast-observing-without-evaluating/
Non Violent Communication, Day 9
On today's episode, I talk about my experiment of trying to see how many times I actually make an evaluation rather than sticking to an observation. (Hint: I do it, a lot). You'll hear about my 4-year-old and what happened last night, as well as my vow to practice a bit of non violent communication toward myself. Questions, comments, and feedback are welcome at the blog: http://www.lizmcgowen.com/non-violent-communication-podcast/nvc-podcast-day-9-tales-of-observing-without-evaluating
Non Violent Communication, Day 10
Today I'm talking a bit more about "observation without evaluation". I've run across about 4 words that are often used in our family when we evaluate rather than observe. Find out what these are (and how it all relates to cookies!). Please leave comments and questions at the blog: http://www.lizmcgowen.com/non-violent-communication-podcast/nvc-podcast-day-10-words-of-evaluation/
Non Violent Communication, Day 11
Today's episode of the Non Violent Communication podcast focuses on Chapter 4 in Rosenberg's book, "Identifying and Expressing Feelings." I spend quite a bit of time talking about the professions in which people don't show much emotion, why that often takes place, and what to do when you decide not to follow the crowd in this behavior. I hope you'll join me. For comments and other goodies visit my blog: http://www.lizmcgowen.com/non-violent-communication-podcast/nvc-podcast-day-11-showing-emotion/
Non Violent Communication, Day 12
Today is an extension of Day 11, because I didn't want to leave listeners hanging. I go into connecting with people at a deeper level, bringing us around to the importance of identifying and observing rather than labeling someone with a feeling. Hope you'll find it helpful. If you'd like to start using NVC in your own life, or start some other new practice, you'll find lots of support at my blog. There's The Lemon Pie Group with support for starting something new, as well as The Elephant Manifesto to help you get started. You can also leave comments about this post here: http://www.lizmcgowen.com/non-violent-communication-podcast/nvc-podcast-da12-connecting-at-a-deeper-level/
Non Violent Communication, Day 13
Today, in Day 13, we're wrapping up the discussion of "identifying and expressing feelings" from Chapter 4 of Rosenberg's book. Learn about my own challenges with using the phrase "I feel", when I'm doing a self-check, and why my emotional vocabulary appears to be stuck at first grade level. Hope you'll join me, and let me know your thoughts at my blog. http://www.lizmcgowen.com/non-violent-communication-podcast/NVC-Podcast-Day-13-Yes-my-emotional-vocabulary-is-at-first-grade-level
Non Violent Communication, Day 14
Today's episode launches us into Chapter 5 of Rosenberg's book, and we're talking about taking responsibility for our feelings. Initially, I'm playing around with a specific phrase and noticing my first reaction (discomfort) and what happens later. If you like this, chances are good you know someone else who might like it, too. Be sure to use email, twitter, facebook, or another method to share this with them. It may be exactly the magic fairy dust they need to brighten their day, and it only takes a minute. You can leave comments and questions at the blog: NVC Podcast Day 14: Taking responsibility for our feelings
Non Violent Communication, Day 15
In today's look at non violent communication, I'm reporting on how things are going with using the phrase "I feel [insert feeling], because I [insert need]." Magical. Really, I'm finding this hugely helpful. There is also a little discussion about the fact that many of us lose sight of the fact that we have needs in the first place -- or at least I sometimes work with people who feel that way and feel that way myself at times. To leave comments or questions (hint: I'd love to learn your own experience with this phrase!), visit the blog at: Non Violent Communication Podcast Day 15 To subscribe via iTunes or for a complete list of episodes, visit my page on non violent communication. If you liked this, chances are good that you know someone else who might enjoy it. I hope you'll share the link via email, twitter, facebook, or your method of choice. It might mean a lot to that person, and it just takes a moment.
Non Violent Communication, Day 16
In today's look at non violent communication, we're wrapping up our work on Chapter 5 of Rosenberg's book and talking about the three stages we go through when taking responsibility for our feelings. I hope you'll join me for this. For comments, questions, and resources, visit my blog post for this episode: NVC Podcast Day 16 If you liked this, chances are good that you know someone else who might enjoy it. I hope you'll share the link via email, twitter, facebook, or your method of choice. It might mean a lot to that person, and it just takes a moment.
Non Violent Communication, Day 17
In today's look at non violent communication, we've made it to Chapter 6 in the Rosenberg book. You'll hear me discussing how I'm playing with making requests in clear, concrete action-oriented language... and, of course, how this relates to my living room. :-) To share comments, questions, or your own experiences, please visit my blog: Non Violent Communication podcast day 17 If you liked this, chances are good that you know someone else who might enjoy it. I hope you'll share the link via email, twitter, facebook, or your method of choice. It might mean a lot to that person, and it just takes a moment.
Episode 135 - Cops, statist culture, and nonviolent communication
Law-Abiding Citizens Heart Gangsters by Kevin Carsonhttp://c4ss.org/content/2873State of the Police State: more bad cops than good by Garry Reedhttp://www.examiner.com/libertarian-in-dallas/state-of-the-police-state-more-bad-cops-than-goodhttp://www.examiner.com/libertarian-in-dallas/state-of-the-police-state-continuedNo legalized monopoly of coercion in the realm of supposed justice will ever provide justice (coercive monopolies always provide the lowest quality at the highest cost)The domination memes of our culture do not meet people's need for autonomyConnecting with people empathetically enables recognition of these truthsAnarchy vs. Barney Fife by Mark R. Crovellihttp://www.lewrockwell.com/crovelli/crovelli50.1.htmlGovernment can be seen as cannibalization of the human race; it's the main institution that eats away at our opportunities on a daily basis as well as our future possibilities in the marketplaceWhat's So Funny about Put-down Humor and Teasinghttp://www.goodradioshow...
15. Self Talk, Nonviolent Communication and Word Shifting
We’re talking all about communication. It’s the key to any relationship; whether it be with ourselves, each other, friends, family or co-workers. We’re breaking down nonviolent communication, self talk, and give you tools to shift the way you listen and speak in order to bring you back to your true self. We share our experiences with self talk in our working relationship, friendship, motherhood and what it means to observe our thoughts, un-identify from them, and come back to a place of grounding.
The Trivium and NonViolent Communication with Darrell Becker
Darrell Becker from Tragedy and Hope joined Steve Patterson and me to discuss merging the Trivium with Non-Violent Communication. This was a fun and fascinating journey into melding two seemingly very different things, a strategy for learning and a strategy for connecting with yourself and others, and finding that the sum of the parts creates something greater. Darrell is the first person I’ve interviewed where he was the one to initiate contact. He’s been a long time listener, and it was a new and pleasurable experience to have a fan of the show on as a guest. Find more from Darrell below: Darrell’s blog: http://voluntaryvisions.blogspot.com/ Darrell on Tragedy and Hope, Merging the Trivium with NVC:https://www.tragedyandhope.com/history-merging-the-trivium-method-with-nvc/ Darrell on Unplugged Mom:http://www.unpluggedmom.com/umradio-podcast/8654/ Below you’ll find more information on the topics we discussed: Previous podcasts on the Trivium: http://choiceconversations.libsyn.c...
Communication for a World that Works - Nonviolent Communication Revisited
#communication, #community, #compassion, #nonviolentcommunication, #ournet It’s over ten years since I first came across Non-violent Communication (or NVC), thanks to my friend and guide Rev. Hilary Woollett. It’s the gift that keeps on giving from originator and master communicator Marshall Rosenberg, who formulated the first principles in 1960’s America. For OurNet, where my role sits largely within communication, I’m revisiting this profound methodology in the realms of ‘Communication for a World that Works’, i.e. a spotlight on a way of connecting with others, and ourselves, that can offer more of what I believe our hearts desire. OurNet is essentially an online community communication concept, and whilst creating a new context where communities can connect more richly, our aim is not to be prescriptive or dogmatic. I share this look at NVC with you, not necessarily as an endorsement or expectation, but as a possibility and point of reference, in a world where communicatio...
Topics of the Day: Nonviolent Communication, School Resegregation, Fear
Join Ned, Ogun and Jim for today's discussion. 1) Nonviolent communicationpros and cons. 2) Near Ogun's home, a local county is about to pass a vote that will essentially re-segregate schools: Is this appropriate? 3) Fear: Is this just an error thought/
Episode 177 - Discussion of nonviolent communication-inspired parenting conference
I interview Stephanie Bachmann Mattei, Ph.D. http://theSanctuary4Parents.orghttp://nvctraining.com/index.php?Itemid=1342The Parenting Matters TeleConferenceThursday, January 24 - Monday, January 28, 2013Presented by the NVC Academy and Stephanie Bachmann Matteihttp://nvctraining.com/media/_special_programs/parenting-conference/Are you playing the role of "good parent"?http://philosophicalparenting.blogspot.com/p/home.htmlIt's vital to look at the needs underlying human behaviorhttp://www.cnvc.org/Training/needs-inventoryhttp://www.brainsciencepodcast.com/http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rwandan_GenocideFDR2268 Parenting for a Peaceful World - A Conversation with Robin Grillehttp://media.freedomainradio.com/feed/FDR_2268_robin_grille_28_Nov_2012.mp3Please feel free to join Brett's redesigned site!http://schoolsucksproject.comhttp://healthymindfitbody.com/2012/12/19/99-interview-with-eat-by-choice-not-by-habit-author-sylvia-haskvitz/http://www.nathanielbranden.com/shop/taking-responsibili...
Sura and Chris talk Nonviolent communication (NVC)
Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is based on the principles of nonviolence-- the natural state of compassion when no violence is present in the heart. NVC begins by assuming that we are all compassionate by nature and that violent strategies—whether verbal or physical—are learned behaviors taught and supported by the prevailing culture. NVC also assumes that we all share the same, basic human needs, and that each of our actions are a strategy to meet one or more of these needs. People who practice NVC have found greater authenticity in their communication, increased understanding, deepening connection and conflict resolution. Sura Hart is an internationally recognized trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC) and is the contact person for CNVC’s efforts to integrate NVC into U.S. schools. She designs and facilitates trainings and curricula for students, parents, teachers and school administrators around the globe. Sura has been a classroom teacher in public and pr...
Episode 136 - Nonviolent communication reexamined
Guest Oliver Heuler from Germany http://heuler.de/andhttp://voluntarist.de/ (Google Chrome browser can translate into English on the fly:)Re: FDR 1007: A third way http://board.freedomainradio.com/forums/p/14090/119868.aspx Oliver's handiwork...Obama will resign as presidenthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxjkatKuwRM http://www.freedomainradio.com/Traffic_Jams/FDR_1837_nonviolent_communication_Roundtable.mp3http://www.freedomainradio.com/Traffic_Jams/FDR_1836_NVC_Intro.mp3Nonviolent communication simply means connecting with feelings and needsNeeds for safety, security, and comfort need not come at the expense of needs for justice, autonomy, independence, choice, and respect Two invaluable parenting books:Respectful Parents, Respectful Kids: 7 Keys to Turn Family Conflict into Cooperation by Sura Hart and Victoria Kindle Hodson http://www.nonviolentcommunication.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=48andUnconditional Parenting by Alfie Kohn http://www.unconditionalparenting.com/up/...
Nonviolent Communication Audiobook by Marshall Rosenberg
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Nonviolent Communication Subtitle: Create Your Life, Your Relationships, and Your World in Harmony with Your Values Author: Marshall Rosenberg Narrator: Marshall Rosenberg Format: Original Recording Length: 5 hrs and 9 mins Language: English Release date: 02-13-15 Publisher: Sounds True Ratings: 4.5 of 5 out of 1440 votes Genres: Self Development, Communication Skills Publisher's Summary: What if you could defuse tension and create accord in even the most volatile situations - just by changing the way you spoke? Over the past 35 years, Marshall Rosenberg has done just that, peacefully resolving conflicts in families, schools, businesses, and governments in 30 countries all over the world. On Nonviolent Communication, this renowned peacemaker presents his complete system for speaking our deepest t
1836 Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | An Introduction
Some of my reservations about Marshall Rosenberg's approach.
Creating Hearfelt Connections Using Nonviolent Communication With Dr. Bruce Campbell
Is it possible to communicate and create connections even when we disagree with others? Discover the basic principles of nonviolent communication and the path of partnership over domination at home and at work. Nonviolent communication (NVC) is a techni
49722: 2018-04-26 Oren Jay Sofer: Exploring Our Experience with Nonviolent Communication
49722: 2018-04-26 Oren Jay Sofer: Exploring Our Experience with Nonviolent Communication
JCHC: Nonviolent Communication Training and Empathy in Male Parolees
Author Elizabeth Marlow discusses her article, "Nonviolent Communication Training and Empathy in Male Parolees."
Nonviolent Communication by Marshall Rosenberg
In this episode, we're discussing Marshall Rosenberg's book Nonviolent Communication. Here is a summary of the book: An enlightening look at how peaceful communication can create compassionate connections with family, friends, and other acquaintances. The book uses stories, examples, and sample dialogues to provide solutions to communication problems both at home and in the workplace. Guidance is provided on identifying and articulating feelings and needs, expressing anger fully, and exploring the power of empathy in order to speak honestly without creating hostility, break patterns of thinking that lead to anger and depression, and communicate compassionately. These non-violent communication skills are fully explained and can be applied to personal, professional, and political differences. Included in this new edition is information on how to compassionately connect with oneself. Podcast Episode
Episode 133 - The biggest human problem and practicing nonviolent communication
Guest Brett from http://schoolsucksproject.comare they out there?...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SETI@homeRecommended cool science podcast...http://radio.seti.org/The biggest problem on the planet for humans is the widespread, institutionalized use of coercion by coercive monopolies--i.e., governments--and the mass obedience to their demands to follow irrational and unjust lawsTwo Steps to Anarchy by John Kindleyhttp://www.peoplevstate.com/?p=653a prime example of governmental meddling in commerce and trade...A plan for new U.S. jobs, from China by John Pomfrethttp://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/01/18/AR2011011806485.htmlWithout being able to opt-out of governmentally imposed arbitrary "jurisdiction," our rights are violated and we can't exercise our freedom from contract; thus, our needs for justice, autonomy, and choice are unmetMonitoring America by Dana Priest and William M. Arkinhttp://projects.washingtonpost.com/top-secret-america/articles/monitoring-amer...
RHR: Why You Should Practice Nonviolent Communication, with Oren Sofer
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with Oren Sofer about what nonviolent communication is and how it can help you connect with the people in your life.
1837 Nonviolent Communication (NVC) | The Roundtable Discussion
Wes Bertrand, Brett Veinotte and Stefan Molyneux discuss Marshall Rosenberg's theory of nonviolent communication.
CZ 067: Oren Jay Sofer: Author, Meditation, Mindfulness, and Nonviolent communication teacher
Oren Jay Sofer has been practicing meditation and diving deep into the subject of nonviolent communication for over 20 years now. He brings a deep knowledge about both of these practices to this interview. You will see that he applies these concepts when speaking as he has an elegant way of using pauses and really bringing your whole self to the conversation. I chat with Oren about: His new book, Say What You Mean: A Mindful Approach to Nonviolent Communication How he got into meditation in high school Going to Asia and spending two years as a renunciate Clearing up (for me) what equanimity means How we can feel emotions without letting them control us What is non-violent communication? How contemplative practices can be applied to communication Leading with presence in our conversations Much more! Say What You Mean: A Mindful Approach to Nonviolent Communication orenjaysofer.com Email me!
Many people who are interested in personal freedom and self-improvement find value in an approach to negotiation called Nonviolent Communication (NVC). In this episode, I provide an assessment of NVC, outlining aspects that I find useful, problems with the approach, and some misconceptions of the framework.
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