The love and freedom you seek lies in the work you are avoiding.
Recordings of all sessions will be available.
How we hold and name our challenges can reinforce habitual patterns of reaction or withdrawal that keep us from connecting with the essence of our experience. When we nurture awareness, listen deeply and bear witness to what is happening within us we enter the arena of transformation. In this space of presence, we begin our journey in finding the true source of our power.
If you decide to sign up for the whole series after the first free evening, the normal investment of $250.00 will apply.
Jacqueline Muller, Certified Trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication and co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Compassionate Communication Network, has worked with people and groups in search of authentic expression and communication for more than 25 years. Her multi-cultural background as well as her quest for peace and justice has led her to work on immigration integration dialogue projects in Colorado and youth projects in the Middle East. She has been offering NVC™ classes to a variety of audiences since 2008 and has been facilitating Restorative Justice Circles since 2013 in Colorado. Since 2019 she has been collaborating in Tanzania and in Germany on various NVC training projects for teachers and professionals from various African countries, India, and the Philippines. In her private practice she supports individuals, couples, family members, and groups in transforming conflict into clear, engaged, and heart-based communication.
David Shindoll, CNVC Certified Trainer and co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Compassionate Communication Network, has spent over 25 years creating environments based on mutual understanding and respect, boundaries based on needs, and an empowering compassion. David is passionate about learning, living, and sharing practices that transform how we relate to others and ourselves that are in alignment with our deepest values for truth, contribution, and love.
David holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Colorado College and a master’s degree in education from Loyola University. David has worked with children and their families for over 25 years in a variety of contexts from villages for abandoned children in Costa Rica, to Montessori schools in Taiwan, Bolivia, and the United States. David has been a teacher trainer in language at the Montessori Education Center of the Rockies and currently works as a first grade teacher in Denver, Colorado. David’s study of nonviolence also includes Focusing, yoga, and a meditation practice.
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For more information about the program, or if you wish to pay by check, or make other payment arrangements, e-mail Jacqueline Muller using the form below or call her at 303.443.1082.