The Freedom of Committing to a Path

Intermediate Skill Level •  Article •  3 pages
Intermediate Skill Level
Article
3 pages
In June, 1996, I had an epiphany. In a motel room in Indiana, the night before returning home from a solo camping trip in Michigan and Canada, I discovered how much I had lost in my life because of so fiercely protecting myself. Up until that day, bringing forth my vulnerable self was to be avoided at all costs, which kept me numb much of the time, disconnected from myself and from much of life. Alone in my room, I cried, I talked out loud, and I finally exclaimed to myself that I wanted to reclaim every last bit of my vulnerability, just like I had it as a child.

Not Trusting the “Yes”

Intermediate Skill Level •  Audio •  00:24 hours:minutes
Intermediate Skill Level
Audio
00:24 hours:minutes
In this audio recording, Miki demonstrates how to stay in a dialogue when you don't trust someone's "yes," how to equalize power between people and how to allow space for others to say "no" to our requests.
In this 2-part audio series, Miki demonstrates how to stay in a dialogue when you don’t trust someone’s “yes,” how to equalize power between people and how to allow space for others to say “no” to our requests.  In this 2-part audio series, Miki demonstrates how to stay in a dialogue when you don't trust someone's "yes," how to equalize power between people and how to allow space for others to say "no" to our requests.In this 2-part audio series, Miki demonstrates how to stay in a dialogue when you don't trust someone's "yes," how to equalize power between people and how to allow space for others to say "no" to our requests.

Judging and Feeling Judged

Intermediate Skill Level •  Audio •  00:18 hours:minutes
Intermediate Skill Level
Audio
00:18 hours:minutes
In this potent audio, expert trainer Miki Kashtan demonstrates the eye-opening experience of translating judgments into needs. She works with a mother who is stuck in a loop of feeling judged by family members and judging them back.

NVC Principles

Intermediate Skill Level •  Video •  00:22 hours:minutes
Intermediate Skill Level
Video
00:22 hours:minutes
In this 3-part video, Miki Kashtan discusses the spiritual nature of NVC, delves deeper into the NVC concept of needs and offers practical tools to make requests in ways that others are more likely to respond to positively.

Courageous Living Towards the World We Want

Advanced Skill Level •  Audio •  00:32 hours:minutes
Advanced Skill Level
Audio
00:32 hours:minutes
Miki speaks to peace activists about connecting with the life vision in those who stimulate pain in them.

Choice in Every Moment

Intermediate Skill Level •  Audio •  00:31 hours:minutes/seconds
Intermediate Skill Level
Audio
00:31 hours:minutes/seconds
This 31-minute audio with Miki Kashtan is packed full of power as she uncovers the dynamics of choice that are present 100% of the time, in every situation, regardless of the circumstances.

Agreements, Consequences and Punishment

Intermediate Skill Level •  Audio •  00:09 hours:minutes
Intermediate Skill Level
Audio
00:09 hours:minutes
In this short but provocative audio, Miki Kashtan talks about agreements, making a vital distinction between the natural consequences of unmet agreements and punishment. She provides information about how to balance our current state of needs associated with our previous agreements.

Vulnerability as a Spiritual Path

Intermediate Skill Level •  Article •  3 pages
Intermediate Skill Level
Article
3 pages
What is a good baby? If you have been raised in a Western culture, chances are you know the answer right away (whether or not you agree with it). A good baby is one that doesn't cry! The training against vulnerability starts very early in life.

Moving From Blame to Self-Responsibility

Intermediate Skill Level •  Article •  2 pages
Intermediate Skill Level
Article
2 pages
Often when someone else does something we don't like, it's easy to blame the other person. After all, we have all been trained to focus on fault when needs are not met. What can we do to shift that pattern?

The Unconscious Mind Compared to the Conscious Mind

Advanced Skill Level •  Trainer Tip •  2 pages
Advanced Skill Level
Trainer Tip
2 pages
Ask the Trainer: "I have the understanding that the unconscious is vast compared to conscious mind. When I state 'needs' how well can I depend on there being something beneath my awareness that is actually the motivation?"

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