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Lions Roar : November 2008
Aman in India makes an empathic connection with a mugger to turn a potential tragedy into a safe and generous resolution. The indigenous people of Malaysia find peaceful yet assertive ways to confront the corporations seeking to clear-cut their land. Israeli and Palestinian educators train together to help bring reconciliation to every sector of society. All thanks to Marshall Rosenberg’s remarkable process of Nonviolent Communication, which has gained worldwide recognition as a tool for turning even the most volatile situations into a natural interchange of compassion, generosity, and mutual enrichment. Modeled after this visionary peacemaker’s nine-day international intensive retreats, The Nonviolent Communication Training Course presents the first ever self-guided curriculum for putting Rosenberg’s transformative ideas into everyday practice—whether you’re in the office, at the dinner table, or engaging members of your community—any situation where you want to honor “what is alive” in yourself and others. Join the pioneering creator of Nonviolent Communication for more than nine hours of in-depth instruction that includes: Nine immersive CDs that teach you how to use Nonviolent Communication to discuss difficult emotions, deepen intimate relationships, mediate “impossible” conflicts, and much more 81-page workbook with more than 50 exercises to strengthen your ability to successfully apply Nonviolent Communication in the real world Seven Nonviolent Communication training cards you can use “on the spot” to express yourself and listen to others “Compassion inevitably blossoms when we stay true to the principles and process of Nonviolent Communication,” assures Marshall Rosenberg. Whether you are just getting started or are already fluent in Nonviolent Communication, The Nonviolent Communication Training Course is the definitive resource for learning to connect with others with empathy, integrity, and peace. The First Home Training Course from the Founder of Nonviolent Communication SM SOUNDS TRUE PO Box 8010, Priority Code SSMSA, Boulder CO 80306 CURRICULUM HIGHLIGHTS A radically different kind of honesty Using NVC to resolve “impossible” conflicts Influence vs. control Origins of NVC How are we meant to live? Refraining from criticism and making demands Applying NVC within ourselves How to make clear requests that catalyze cooperation From self-judgment to self-forgiveness Meeting our needs in intimate relationships Empathically connecting with others Are you being judged? How to respond with NVC Hearing “the need behind a no” Responsibility and happiness Four friends: anger, depression, guilt, and shame Evaluation without blame How to foster integrity in children Experiencing and exercising authority with the highest integrity Tools to heal, mediate, and reconcile How NVC supports social change Becoming literate in a “language of life” Restorative justice in action Living compassionately with celebration and gratitude How to create the conditions for compassionate giving Recognizing the opportunities to give and receive sincere gratitude, and much more MARSHALL ROSENBERG, PH.D. . . . has initiated peace programs in war-torn areas throughout the world, including Rwanda, Nigeria, the Middle East, Serbia, Croatia, and Ireland. He is the founder and director of educational services for The Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC), an international nonprofit organization that offers workshops and training in 30 countries. Dr. Rosenberg is the author of Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life. INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL Order The Nonviolent Communication Training Course now for $149.95 and receive the Walking Meditation course free (a $24.95 value). Learn to walk with presence and peace of mind, whether in nature or on a busy city street. With Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh and senior student Nguyen Anh-Huong, this course includes a book with DVD and spoken-word CD. Shipping is free with this offer (U.S. orders only; total savings: more than $35). For fastest service, call 800-333 -9185 to order item #P264 (mention offer SSMSA). Exclusive lifetime guarantee. TO ORDER NOW, call 800-333-9185 or visit www.soundstrue.com/special/nv4 FREE BOOK + FREE SHIPPING NOV 1-17.indd 16 NOV 1-17.indd 16 9/1/08 12:17:13 PM 9/1/08 12:17:13 PM