Thu, 02 Jun

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Charity Series - Tashy Endres: How to speak our truths with care? An introduction to Nonviolent Communication

Charity series 2022. All money raised is donated in full to charity. TODAY'S GUEST: TASHY ENDRES About the art of communicating with NVC. Practice getting in touch with your needs, initiating a vulnerable dialogue with them & taking responsibility for meeting them carefully. An interactive workshop.

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Charity Series - Tashy Endres: How to speak our truths with care? An introduction to Nonviolent Communication

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02 Jun, 19:00 – 21:00 CEST

Online through zoom

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GUEST TEACHER MAY 11TH: TASHY ENDRES - online on Zoom

Tashy Endres is a trainer and facilitator of Nonviolent Communication, which she combines with an intersectional lense and embodied practices. She has been active in movements for social justice for 18 years and now trains new generations of activists and organizers in transformative community organizing, intersectional social justice and diversity, movement building, strategy and campaign development and regenerative organizing.

Tashy Endres is based in Berlin, but during the pandemic spent 15 months living and practicing mindfulness in Plum Village Monastery, France.

Tonight's Theme: How to speak our truths with care? An introduction to Nonviolent Communication

When have you last been in a situation where people, often with the best of intentions, ended up hurting each other?

In challenging situations we often try to take care of something that is very dear and  important to us - and a culture of domination and scarcity makes us belive that  this was only possible on cost of what is dear or important to others.

Nonviolent Communication explores underlying feelings, needs and beliefs to open up space for  clearer connection with ourselves and others – and often opens very surprising pathways. We all share needs like rest, safety, self-determination,  belonging, contributing etc., but we meet them in very different ways. NVC doesn´t understand needs as deficient "lacks", but as directed energies that  fuel our ability to relate and act in the world.

The art is how to connect to these  powerful needs, enter into a vulnerable dialogue with them and then to ta