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'Spinning Threads of Radical Aliveness' Reading and Discussion Group

Eugene

Do you carry within you a longing for an entirely different world?

One which is aligned with our human needs, in which we collaborate with each other and the natural world, in which separation, scarcity, and powerlessness are a thing of the past?

If so, Miki Kashtan's book Spinning Threads of Radical Aliveness could give you an extraordinary gift by serving as a blueprint for how you can become a one-person model of what life could be like.

To buy the book or get more information about the book see: http://thefearlessheart.org/store/spinning/


We will meet once a week to reflect on the reading and how it impacts us in our lives. Through this process, we hope to assist one another in regaining our faith in humanity.

Introduction night Oct 14th. If you'd like to be in the group, please commit to attending most of the weekly meetings Oct 14th - Dec 16th, on Mondays from 7:30-9pm.

Location at a private residence near Sundance in Southeast Eugene.

No one turned away for lack of funds. If possible, please purchase the book and read the introduction before the first meeting.


Miki Kashtan is a certified trainer through the Center for Nonviolent Communication who specializes in perfecting group dynamics so that members can be more unified and effective, and ultimately achieve their goals rather than repeating a paradigm of control and oppression similar to the one they are trying to change.

Visit Miki's website to learn more about her: Thefearlessheart.org. She has several excellent audio and video recordings freely available: http://thefearlessheart.org/resources/videos/

Repeats every week, on Monday until Mon, Dec 16, 2019.
Mon, Oct 14, 2019 - 7:30pm to 9:00pm
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Training by: 
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Josh
Mann
Trainer/Facilitator

Josh offers classes in Nonviolent Communication through the City of Eugene Recreation Services, where he also works as a challenge course facilitator / outdoor program instructor. In the last year, he has also been organizing and participating in mindfulness and NVC practice groups using The Ongo Book: Everyday Nonviolence by CNVC Trainers Catherine Cadden and Jesse Wiens.

Josh first read Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life in 2005 and attended an International Intensive Training in New Mexico with Marshall Rosenberg and CNVC Trainers Rodger Sorrows and John Kinyon in 2008. He has also participated in classes and workshops taught by CNVC Trainers LaShelle Lowe-Charde and Robert Gonzales.

$20-$80 suggested donation, plus cost of book ($9-25)
Location: 
South University Neighborhood

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