Subject: Into the Heart of Terrorism w/NVC
One year after September 11,
Into the Heart of Terrorism with Nonviolent Communication
Do you want a way to understand terrorism?
Do you want a different way to respond to terrorism?
Do you want a way to break the cycle of violence?
Nonviolent Communication is the language of the heart that focuses on our feelings and needs with a purpose of creating a connection where everybody's needs are valued. Marshall Rosenberg, Ph.D., rediscovered this language about 35 years ago. Using it allows you to:
* Transform potential conflicts into peaceful dialogues
* Break patterns that lead to anger
* Speak your mind without creating hostility (nonjudgmental)
* Seek solutions that work for everyone
* Learn how to ask for what you want using clear positive language
Rodger Sorrow and Kathi Aichner will present a basic introduction to Nonviolent Communication and offer alternative ways to understand and respond to terrorism.
PLACE: The Peace Center, 8124 W. Third Street, Los Angeles - free parking in the back
DATE & TIME: Saturday, September 7, 2002 from 9 AM to 2 PM
COST: Freewill donation requested
Walk-ins welcomed. Sign-in at the door. Space is limited and seating will be on a first-come, first seated basis.
It's suggest you dress casual and comfortable, and bring note-taking materials with you. A short 30 minute lunch break will be taken so you may want to bring a sack lunch.
MORE INFO: If you have questions or need more information, please contact Rodger Sorrow or Kathi Aichner at 805.683.0410 or email to email@example.com
. You're also invited to visit their website: www.communicationfromtheheart.com
Rodger Sorrow is a certified trainer for the Center for Nonviolent