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We Don’t Need to Fix Other People

Trainer Tip • 1 - 2 minutes • 10/2005
Beginner Skill Level
Trainer Tip
1 - 2 minutes
10/2005

Trainer Tip: The very process of giving someone space to talk about their issue without our judgment, to be truly understood by us, and to be deeply heard is very healing, enough so that most people will organically find their own creative ways to resolve their issues. Rely on this process and you will lose all desire to fix people’s problems. Try this out today.


Sherlock Holmes of the Heart

Audio • 1 hour, 11 minutes • circa 2000
Beginner Skill Level
Audio
1 hour, 11 minutes
circa 2000

In this audio recording, Veteran CNVC Certified Trainer, Sylvia Haskvitz uses real-life situations to help us find more natural expressions of what is harmony with our hearts.


Dialogue within Communities (4 Session Course)

Audio • 5 - 7 hours • 12/07/2021
All Skill Levels
Audio
5 - 7 hours
12/07/2021

Dialogue is a life-changing, heart-opening experience. It’s collaboration instead of compromise. Join Miki Kashtan for a practical, step-by-step framework to help you understand how a community develops, how to maintain or repair a community, and how this unique process creatively supports you and each member of your community in getting things done.


Four Ways to Respond to a "Jackal" Message

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Video • 13 minutes • 04/2007
Beginner Skill Level
Video
13 minutes
04/2007

In this lively video, veteran trainer, Liv Monroe, introduces the NVC mascots of jackal and giraffe by detailing what they represent and how they are used to teach NVC dialogue to others. Many examples of jackal expression are used throughout the video.


Sharing NVC With Others

Audio • 1 hour, 20 minutes • 07/2007
Advanced Skill Level
Audio
1 hour, 20 minutes
07/2007

In this prerecorded telecourse, Miki Kashtan uses an interactive dialogue to address some of the most common questions among new NVC facilitators and trainers.


NVC Mingle

Practice Exercise • N/A • 01/2010
Beginner Skill Level
Practice Exercise
N/A
01/2010

NVC Mingle is a fun group exercise to practice NVC principles and create quick conenctions with others.


Getting Past Childhood Trauma To Transform Your Chronic Jackal Messages (8 Session Course)

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Audio • 7 - 9 hours • 10/21/2010
Intermediate Skill Level
Audio
7 - 9 hours
10/21/2010

Join Susan Skye as she guides you to experience profound transformation of the inner jackal messages resulting from childhood trauma. Discover how the limbic system of the brain works, and transform jackal messages stored there with compassionate connection.

 


Time And Money: Reflection Questions and Exercise

Practice Exercise • 4 - 6 minutes • 12/22/2021
Intermediate Skill Level
Practice Exercise
4 - 6 minutes
12/22/2021

Use these reflection questions and exercise to practice moving from a place of scarcity to empowerment and conscious choice regarding money and time. The exercise will ask you to identify your thoughts, feelings, and needs. And it will ask you to identify both what to mourn and what next actions you want to take. It includes a feelings and needs sheet.


Does Anyone Deserve Anything?

Article • 13 - 20 minutes • 05/2013
Beginner Skill Level
Article
13 - 20 minutes
05/2013

Our world trains us to think in terms of providing for everyone’s needs because they deserve it, earned it, or they possess the resources -- it's fair, socially just, supports equality or because people have rights. Instead, can we step outside this worldview to look at providing for everyone’s needs because those needs exist -- can we hold this basic reverence for life? Are we able to have a needs-based dialogue when such a reframe could alienate those who live in the worldview of earn/deserve?


Two Essential Tips for Facilitating Vibrant NVC Groups

Video • 10 minutes • 03/03/2014
Intermediate Skill Level
Video
10 minutes
03/03/2014

Listen to Mary Mackenzie as she focuses on her opening premise for group participation, which lays the foundation for developing vibrant groups and then defines the facilitator’s role, which is often not known or incorrectly defined.


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