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Finding Common Ground in Challenging Times
MP4 Video Download
4 Sessions
8 - 9 hours
Recorded in 2020
PDF Handouts Included

Price: $30

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It's of the utmost importance to organize around what you deeply care about these days.

And having access to learnable skills such as managing moods, taking decisive and skillful actions, and relating to others with grounded compassion is crucial.

At the heart of David Weinstock's rich 4-session course recordings you'll find simple life practices that can give you access to those learnable skills.

These practices can help you: 

  • 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

Combining NVC and somatic techniques increases your capacity to organize yourself physically, emotionally, and linguistically. It offers daily and lifetime NVC practices for attuning to your body's signals and the present, direct, and immediate experience of the life you're living. And it brings you face to face with the history you've embodied, your deeper self, your greatest gifts, and the motivation to live more compassionately in the world. And along the way you'll be aligning your words and actions with everything you most deeply care about!

Whether you're just beginning to learn about NVC or are an advanced trainer, you'll find valuable knowledge in this course.

 
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David K Weinstock

About David K Weinstock

David Weinstock is a somatic coach, CNVC Certified Trainer, master goldsmith, Aikido instructor, originator of Somatic Consensus, and author of Becoming What You Need: Practices for Embodying Nonviolent Communication. He leads community workshops in schools, prisons, businesses, communities, organizations, and corporations around the world.

David and his family live in Washington state, in an intentional community they co-founded with nine other families where consensus has been practiced since