Harvest the fruit of your own and other’s anger. Part 2
- 5 evenings of 2 ½ hours (including breaks) online on Zoom.
Receiving the anger of other people as a gift is possible.
This course is a continuation of Harvest the fruit of your own and other’s anger. Part 1. After getting to understand and love our own anger in the first course, we will now work on seeing the beauty in other people’s anger. This continuation course will focus on practicing dialog with angry people, and staying in the fire until we start hearing what is in the person’s heart.
The first step is to be able to stay connected to ourselves while listening. Second to remember the dynamics of anger as an expression of unmet needs mixed with judgments.
We will explore what gets in the way and makes it difficult for us to enjoy other people’s anger. For example our own feelings of fear, guilt and shame.
How we will work:
The work will involve meditation and body awareness as preparation for dialogue. The base for the workshop is Nonviolent Communication (NVC) as a tool to find new ways in old conflicts. Prepare that the meetings will be experience-oriented with a minimum of theory.
We invite people who have participated in “Harvest the fruit of your own and other’s anger. Part 1” workshop.
If you have not taken part in it, but have other experiences of working with the NVC Anger Transformation Process, please send us a short email describing your experience, and we might suggest a talk with you before you sign up.
How: Online on Zoom (we will send you the link to the meeting after registration, check your email!).
To participate you need a stable internet connection, your preferred device with microphone and camera, pen and notebook.
What do you get:
- 5 online workshops
- Online platform with recordings and a forum
- Handouts with theory and exercises
- The certificate of participation.
Recordings included! It is not possible to buy only recordings – to receive them you need to be an active participant of the online workshop.
Minimum and maximum number of participants: 10 – 23 people
If you have any questions, please, send a message to: email@example.com