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Boulder (location to be announced upon registration)
Choice versus Submission or Rebellion
An Embodied NVC Practice
Tuesday, April 16, 6-9 PM
The theme of this next Embodied NVC class is Choice versus Submission or Rebellion. Join me in exploring this key NVC differentiation and in engaging in an embodied practice to hold an honest inquiry on how to create agency in our lives in order to live more into the awareness of being at choice versus living into habitual patterns of submission or rebellion.
The Embodied NVC Practice: In these classes we will engage in transformative, restorative, and empowering NVC processes that have supported and resourced my yearning for clarity, deep learning, and agency over many years. These embodied practices will illuminate habitual patterns, develop skills that support understanding and compassion, and strengthen our ability to pause and choose how to respond and engage with life's happenings
For whom: All who want to dive into embodied, transformational NVC practices and revitalize their lives.
Pre-requisite:: To have a foundational understanding of NVC.
Suggested reading:: Nonviolent Communication, A Language of Life by Marshall B. Rosenberg.
Class capacity: 10 participants
Jacqueline Muller, CNVC Certified Trainer and co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Compassionate Communication Network, has developed a grounded NVC practice rooted in her learning to say YES to her own challenges in life. She has worked with a diversity of people and groups in search of authentic expression and honest communication for 25 years. Her passion for justice and opportunities for all gives her teaching gusto and depth.
Disclaimer: This event is independently organized. RMCCC assumes no responsibility for this event. RMCCC was not involved in its design or execution and makes no guarantees, implicit or explicit, regarding its quality or content. RMCCC receives no financial or other benefit from this event; it is posted as a service to our community and to support others in growing Compassionate Communication awareness.