Here are some very basic forms and distinctions of NVC. It covers the 4 D's, OFNR, some NVC distinctions, tips, quotes from Marshall Rosenberg, and "feelings and needs" lists, and more. As with any art, these rudiments necessarily must be learned, practiced, understood, embodied and then let go of so as not to become rote and block creativity.
In listening to what our emotions tell us, and embracing what we do not know, we begin the path of courage. Even though our culture tells us not to, revealing our imperfections is where we can deeply connect. Living our lives more courageously honest, can shift us towards inspiring one another. Read on for how some people experienced this in coming together to transform one woman's heroine addiction.
Speaking with a united head, heart, and body is the epitome of internal NVC work. HOW do you get there? Listen as David demonstrates his formula for connecting all three areas: 1) ignition; 2) get the big picture; and 3) Break it down: practice, correct, practice, correct!
- Find intuitive guidance for bridging divides
- Connect to deep needs that have been habitually ignored
- Discharge the anxiety held in old, embodied reactions
- Make decisions and take actions that align with your values
- Cultivate resources for more enjoyably and more capably building relationships
- Learn physical, emotional, and linguistic practices rooted in NVC and Aikido that you can use daily to self-connect
- Discover how these practices combine to create more inner harmony and more clarity of expression
- Deepen your NVC practice beyond the words by connecting to parts of your being that hold the key to your needs
- Build your ability to listen empathically with your whole being
David explores how movement helps you hold your center when navigating challenging conversations. Example: Move to Wind ~ to calm your system; Move to Ground ~ to notice the ground on which you stand; and Step to Shikaku ~ step behind to practice empathic listening. Listen Now.