Compassionate Communication Classes (NVC) in Hot Springs

A series of introductory classes in Compassionate Communication are offered in Hot Springs. All classes offers interactive learning with small group activities in a supportive heart centered empathic safe environment. When we are in empathic presence (this allowing spaciousness) a different quality of connection is born. 

When: 1st Tuesday

When: November , 2017 – 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Where: Our lake house
Hot Springs, AR

  
RSVP  ♥  NVC Tuesdays
Sliding scale – $10 – $20
To register call: Kayse – 501-767-8642

or email: sunfun336@gmail.com

Nonviolent Communication helps us:

  • Gain more confidence and ease in navigating challenging conversations
  • Speak your deepest truth with mutual care
  • Get to the core of what is really going on
  • Learn assertive honest self expression and deep, sincere emphatic listening
  • Release habitual triggers and experience more choice 
  • Enjoy more inner freedom   

For more additional information about NVC, contact the Center for Nonviolent Communication: Website: www.cnvc.org Email: cnvc@cnvc.org
Phone: +1.505.244.4041

Nonviolent Communication embodies spiritual principles based on deep, authentic heart centered connection with self and others. This consciousness is aligned in needs based understanding rather than right/wrong thinking. And it moves us from judging other’s to seeing their humanity and knowing all thoughts and actions are an attempt to meet needs rather than blaming and shaming. This consciousness inspires mutual care and collaboration in finding creative solutions that work for everyone. It supports win/win and teaches us to make requests rather than demands.

Classes will introduce participants to the four fundamental steps of Nonviolent Communication:

  • observing without judging
  • feelings free of thoughts
  • needs free of strategies
  • requests without demands

In addition:

  • empathy for self and others
  • honest expression with mutual care

Honestly expressing with willingness and courage to experience vulnerability in a safe environment. 

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