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Unity Spiritual Center; 3021 S. University Blvd.; Denver, Colorado 80210
Respect, Responsibility, Requests:
Empowerment through cooperation
An Open Heart Training
Saturday January 13th, 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Discover the clarity and respect that arise from authentic responses.
Explore how cooperation can be more effective than confrontation.
Learn how expressing a graceful and honest "no" can build trust.
Freedom is one of the most fundamental human yearnings. In order to be free we must interact without coercion, associate freely. Yet to be effective in our world we must also get things done, attend to the necessities of life. What draws forth our willing participation? What inspires us to put forth effort? These are questions that must be addressed if we are to associate freely without coercion.
The Open Heart Series explores how a compassionate spirit coupled with nonviolent communication principles can transform our lives. These experiential training have defined structures for the mind, feelings exploration for the heart, and kinesthetic activities for the body.
This integration of mind, heart, and body, held in compassionate awareness, is designed to produce a sense of wholeness where we are able to welcome who we are unconditionally and experience our totality. We then recognize our kinship with others; our relationships and quality of life deepens, and aliveness burns brightly within the present moment.
More information and registration: http://rmccn.org/rmccn-presents-open-heart-respect-responsibility-requests
Explore other topics in the Open Heart Series: http://rmccn.org/open-heart-series-overview