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Conversations about Death

Video • 1 hour, 22 minutes • 6/29/2022
Intermediate Skill Level
Video
1 hour, 22 minutes
6/29/2022
It seems death cafes are everywhere these days. But how changed are we by the conversations we're now having? Not everyone is open to talking about death. It may well be that someone in your life is nearing the end of their days and their…

NVC Life Hacks 30: How to Stay Sane in the Climate and Ecological Emergency

Video • 9 minutes • 9/8/2022
Beginner Skill Level
Video
9 minutes
9/8/2022
With more and more news coverage on the increase in climate events around the world, climate change is slowly becoming accepted as an emergency. But how do we stay sane amongst all the chaos and to go one step further how can we take action…

NVC Life Hacks: 31 Learning from Limitations

Video • 8 minutes • 10/8/2022
Beginner Skill Level
Video
8 minutes
10/8/2022
Whenever we make mistakes, we're often beating ourself up in a way that breeds guilt, fear and/or shame. Nonviolent Communication offers a model based in self-empathy that lets you reflect, process and move forward without the guilt, fear and shame.

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Meditation

Video • 8 minutes • 10/20/2022
Beginner Skill Level
Video
8 minutes
10/20/2022
Practice leads to change of consciousness! Enjoy an MBSR guided practice with Stephanie Bachmann Mattei: STOP = Stop, Take a few mindful breaths, Observe, and Proceed.

NVC Life Hacks 32: Mediation in a formal setting

Video • 15 minutes • 11/8/2022
Beginner Skill Level
Video
15 minutes
11/8/2022
Mediation is a great skill to have whether it's for your personal relationships or in the workplace. We look at four different techniques and their benefits in a role-play between two neighbours discussing a dispute.

The Tao of Empathy

Video • 9 minutes • 11/24/2022
Beginner Skill Level
Video
9 minutes
11/24/2022
John introduces his Self-Connection Exercise as a mindful way of coming to awareness via OFNR. Breath: immediately observable, a reminder to observe. Body: feeling the body, awareness of sensations. Needs: an experience of wholeness that expands awareness of the totality of experience. Listen.

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