We’ll continue with last week’s theme exploring how the underlying premises of NVC influence our approach to others and the world-at large by way of Miki Kashtan’s current blog post, which includes a link to one of my favorite NVC pieces: Wanting Fully without Attachment (note Laura’s story referencing NVC principles as well).
Sunday, March 17, 2013 ~ NVC Principles and Social Change Agency
A few years ago I published an article in Tikkun magazine called Wanting Fully without Attachment. In that article (an excerpt from a book in progress called The Power of Inner Freedom), I describe the foundation of what I see as the spiritual path underlying the practice of Nonviolent Communication. It is a passionate and courageous path that calls on us to keep opening our hearts wider and wider and wider to all that deeply matters to us, while at the same time developing more and more capacity to accept the possibility of not having what we want.
FYI ~ Beginning this Tuesday, March 19th — A Free Telesummit:
Cartoon via: www.latimes.com
Another Excerpt from Miki Kashtan blog post above: