A series of booklets that explain how to integrate the strategies of Nonviolent Communication into specific relationships and settings.
According to Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD., our most basic spiritual need is to contribute to the well being of others and ourselves. His brief, unscripted reflections on the spiritual basis of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) will inspire you not only to connect with the Divine in yourself and others, but to begin to create a world of empathy and compassion, where the language we use is the key to enriching life. Discover an intensely satisfying and joyful spiritual experience that begins with you. In these rich pages, learn how NVC can help you achieve a more practical, applied spirituality.Discover how to:- Strengthen the connection between your actions and your spiritual values- Let go of enemy images and moralistic judgments, and experience our common humanity- Connect with others from a place of compassionate energy.
“At the heart of most spiritual tradition is the instruction to love. Rosenberg has assembled a technique for helping others to relate to others and themselves in love, which is the lack of judgement. His technique uses language as one of the main ways to align people with this way of thinking. It’s a great tool.”
“This tiny little book contains the spiritual connection that is the basis of Nonviolent Communication. If I ever had a list of essential reading, this book would be on it.”
“All us should use this guide in our daily lives, let us understand how and why learning how to improve our communication with others is very important.”
“Dr. Marshall Rosenberg gives wonderful insight into the spirituality within Nonviolent Communication. He is very open about how he values spirituality and its connection with Nonviolent Communication.”
“This book on spirituality revealed . . . by practicing Nonviolent Communication we can create a better world . . it helps to unveil the compassion and love that we all have and share. I also appreciated [the] simple understanding of spirituality.”