Living in Wholeness
March 14 @ 10:00 - March 15 @ 18:00200chf - 450chf
Marshall Rosenberg said we can play two games in life: “Who’s right?” Or “How can we make life more wonderful?” Seeing the world in right and wrong, my fault or someone else’s is simple and takes less time and energy to make sense of what is happening than staying with the longings and needs in human motivation, so it’s normal that we often default to asking “who’s right?” or “who’s fault is it?”
Living as a whole being means taking full responsibility for our inner life, our responses and reactions to the world without blaming others or ourselves. It doesn’t mean ignoring the impact of people’s actions, blanket forgiveness or staying in situations that don’t work for us. When we take full responsibility for what happens inside of us, we step into our power and can more easily make choices and requests based on our own values. In the space of self-responsibility we can deeply honour the autonomy of the other and connect more easily with our own and the other’s authenticity and freedom. In this way our relationships can reach new levels of intimacy as each person feels more and more safe to be themselves.
In this workshop, we will integrate practices to:
- identify how we give our power away
- grow self-awareness and self-care
- cultivate 100% self-responsibility for full empowerment
- navigate new ways to respond to people who act in ways that don’t work for us
Trainer: Mironel de Wilde is a CNVC certified Nonviolent Communication trainer focusing on the relationship with ourselves as the basis for all other relationships. He has a background in mindfulness, meditation and yoga and brings this holistic perspective to his work.
Contribution: We’d ask 300CHF for this workshop if you pay yourself, 450CHF if paid by an employer or if you would like to sponsor another participant. We have created a sliding scale from approximately 200-500chf to accommodate different people’s financial needs and possibilities and encourage you to contact us if the contribution request would make it an obstacle for you to attend. We are open to find other amounts or ways to exchange!
To sign-up and for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org