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Transforming Your Anger In Non Violent Ways

Author : Peter Burton
ISBN : 9781351382625
Genre : Psychology
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This is a practical workbook helping individuals to safely express their anger. For those of you who are struggling with unhelpful expressions of anger, whether your own or other people's, this book provides explanations, activities and exercises to change how you understand and express your anger. It empowers you to move away from your habitual reactions, resulting in conflict, and towards ways of expressing your anger fully and safely in non-violent ways. It explains key concepts and common human experiences of the physical, neurological and emotional displays of anger. It helps readers to identify the key triggers for their own and others' anger, and to identify their typical anger style. It describes non-violent ways to express anger fully and safely, and to receive and deal with the anger of others. It explains how changes to behaviour can be established and maintained. With more than 40 activities and exercises to work through, this is a practical resource to empower you to change your behaviour so you are able to express your anger safely and to improve your experience of family and work life.

What S Making You Angry?

Author : Shari Klein
ISBN : 9781892005137
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This step-by-step guide provides information on how to refocus attention when angry and create satisfying outcomes for everyone. The tenets of 'Nonviolent Communication' are applied to a variety of settings, including the classroom and the home, in these booklets on how to resolve conflict peacefully. Illustrative exercises, sample stories, and role-playing activities offer the opportunity for self-evaluation, discovery, and application.

Transforming Negativities

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Buddha Mind Buddha Body

Author : Thich Nhat Hanh
ISBN : 9781427092960
Genre : Religion
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Walk Your Talk; Tools And Theories To Share Nonviolent Communication

Author : Liv Larsson
ISBN : 9789187489709
Genre : Education
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This book has been written for anyone who wants to lead groups and stay true to their inner life at the same time. It shows you how to be both authentic and yet remain professional. You will receive a wide set of tools that can help you walk your talk, at the same time as you share your understanding of Nonviolent Communication - NVC (or other subjects).

Global Transformation Strategy For Actio

Author : Wade Hudson
ISBN : 9780595446278
Genre : Political Science
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In 2000, Wade Hudson took a break from community organizing to consider with colleagues how the progressive movement might be more effective. This book summarizes his conclusions. From the Preface: My hope is to encourage progressive individuals and organizations to: Agree on a comprehensive worldview rooted in a commitment to protect the environment and serve all humanity Steadily reform our institutions, our culture, and ourselves to serve that purpose Cultivate home-based communities that nurture the whole person Form alliances with people in other countries working in the same direction This strategy, I believe, could help transform the global social system that is leading us into one disaster after another

Psychological Healing Through Creative Self Understanding And Self Transformation

Author : Dr. Max Hammer
ISBN : 9781628570755
Genre : Self-Help
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This book focuses on the development of psychological self-understanding, healing psychologically painful inner conflicts, and the basis of psychological and spiritual fulfillment.Readers will discover a new understanding of effective psychotherapy, groundbreaking diagnostic psychological testing research, and the distinction between the ego self-concept, the experiential self, and the transpersonal self (the real self, the relational self, or the holistic self). It also clarifies aspects of optimal psychological health, such as authenticity, sincerity, integrity, creativity, intuition, empathy, courage, strength of character, inspiration, unselfish love (or warmhearted caring), emotional security, inner wholeness, vitality, and fulfillment Principles of psychological healing and self-transformation can enhance the development of interpersonal relationships, as well as facilitate effective and fulfilling ways of living in society. The authors deeply explored their own psychological pain and experiential truth to write this book, so readers can achieve greater self-understanding, fulfillment, and liberation from psychological pain.

Peace And Conflict Studies

Author : David P. Barash
ISBN : 9781506344232
Genre : Psychology
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The thoroughly updated Fourth Edition of the gold standard text explores historical and current topics in today’s rapidly changing world to provide a comprehensive introduction to peace and conflict studies. The authors offer an insightful analysis of 21st-century global affairs, including such timely topics as ISIS, the nature of violence and nonviolence, cutting-edge military technologies, the Terrorism and Global Peace Indexes, and the latest developments in Iran, North Korea, and Syria. Comprehensive yet written in a student-friendly and accessible style, the text represents a commitment to inspire readers to create a better world through an understanding of what has happened and what is happening, and therefore what is likely to take place in the future. Read Dr. Barash’s article on Psychology Today on why nuclear threats by the U.S. Government are never a successful defense tactic.

The No Fault Classroom

Author : Sura Hart
ISBN : 1892005182
Genre : Education
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Positing a radically new understanding of the root of conflict?unmet needs?this analysis boldly directs students and teachers to recognize feelings as important messengers of those needs. Refocusing attention from feelings to the needs behind the feelings addresses the underlying problem rather than the symptom; with this objective, the concept of the ?No?Fault Zone" is introduced. It is a place in the classroom free from criticism or blame where students learn trust and respect for one another, develop successful conflict-resolution skills, and the responsibility for resolution shifts from teacher to students. The complete conflict resolution curriculum is included, providing step-by-step guidance and making this classroom kit a time-saver for busy teachers.

Feminist Pedagogy In Higher Education

Author : Tracy Penny Light
ISBN : 9781771120982
Genre : Social Science
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In this new collection, contributors from a variety of disciplines provide a critical context for the relationship between feminist pedagogy and academic feminism by exploring the complex ways that critical perspectives can be brought into the classroom. This book discusses the processes employed to engage learners by challenging them to ask tough questions and craft complex answers, wrestle with timely problems and posit innovative solutions, and grapple with ethical dilemmas for which they seek just resolutions. Diverse experiences, interests, and perspectives—together with the various teaching and learning styles that participants bring to twenty-first-century universities—necessitate inventive and evolving pedagogical approaches, and these are explored from a critical perspective. The contributors collectively consider the implications of the theory/practice divide, which remains central within academic feminism’s role as both a site of social and gender justice and as a part of the academy, and map out some of the ways in which academic feminism is located within the academy today.

Practical Spirituality

Author : Marshall B. Rosenberg
ISBN : 9781892005144
Genre : Political Science
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Illustrative exercises, sample stories, and role-playing activities offer the opportunity for self-evaluation and discovery. Brief, unscripted reflections on the spiritual underpinnings of non-violent communication inspire readers to connect with the divine in themselves and others in order to create social relationships based on empathy.

The Burning House

Author : Shantigarbha
ISBN : 9781911407768
Genre : Religion
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How does Buddhism respond to the climate emergency? The Burning House asks how we can wake up and respond to the climate crisis from a Buddhist perspective. It will be of interest to Buddhists concerned about the climate and to eco-activisms wishing to ground their work in a spiritual context.

Trinity And Transformation

Author : Todd H. Speidell
ISBN : 9781498289375
Genre : Religion
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The triune God of grace, James B. Torrance tirelessly insisted, is the true agent to transform worship, mission, and society. Unfortunately, the church often lapses into moralism and legalism, or exhortations and condemnations, rather than witnessing to the sole-sufficient grace of God in Christ. When we neglect the Trinity, a de facto unitarianism throws the church back onto its own existence and resources. In Christ, however, the church participates through the Spirit in union with Christ's communion with the Father. By so doing, it also participates in Christ's mission to the world. The essays of this volume articulate and extend Torrance's evangelical theology, which draws attention away from ourselves and toward the triune God who is for us and for the world.

Teaching Children Compassionately

Author : Marshall B. Rosenberg
ISBN : 9781892005113
Genre : Education
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Skills for creating a successful classroom are included in this transcription of a keynote address and workshop given to a conference of Montessori educators, in which basic features of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) are described.

Speak Peace In A World Of Conflict

Author : Marshall B. Rosenberg
ISBN : 9781892005175
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Dr. Rosenberg reveals how to take the first step to reduce violence, heal pain, resolve conflicts and spread peace on our planet, by developing an internal consciousness of peace rooted in the language one uses each day.

Turning The Other Cheek

Author : Daniel Bingel
ISBN : 9781483615103
Genre : Political Science
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Turning the Other Cheek is a modest attempt to present the discussion on nonviolence in a clear and concise approach. It allows the reader to appreciate the foundations of teachings on tolerance and non-retaliation arguing that violence is not just an occurrence in our world, but an attitude that pervades our most common experiences. Using instructive examples from diverse spiritual and respected models of peace, Turning the Other Cheek presents nonviolence as an indispensable path to world peace amidst the reality of conflict, suffering and evil in the world.

Transforming A School Community Through Restorative Practices Emerging Research And Opportunities

Author : Vah Seliskar, Holli
ISBN : 9781799838395
Genre : Education
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Restorative practices in schools emphasize a focus on non-punitive strategies to handle student disciplinary issues within schools and can include practices such as peer mediation, conflict resolution, restorative circles enabling a respectful dialogue, reparation of harmful and/or wrongful actions, and a primary emphasis on building relationships between all members of a school community. With a movement away from harsh disciplinary policies including suspensions, expulsions, and zero tolerance policies, restorative practices encourage school community members to work together in a productive and meaningful way without the use of exclusionary discipline practices, which often result in the removal of a student from a school community. Restorative practices emphasize inclusive strategies that aim to restore a school community and provide schools with strategies to improve their school climate overall. Transforming a School Community Through Restorative Practices: Emerging Research and Opportunities is a critical scholarly resource that can provide schools with the tools needed to successfully implement a restorative approach to effect change within a school. Featuring a wide range of topics such as conflict resolution, school safety, and school community, this book is ideal for teachers, counselors, school administrators, principals, academicians, education professionals, researchers, policymakers, and students.

Tools For Transforming Trauma

Author : Robert Schwarz
ISBN : 9781135057220
Genre : Psychology
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Tools for Transforming Trauma provides clinicians with an integrative framework that covers a wide range of therapeutic modalities and a "black bag" full of therapeutic tools for healing trauma patients.

Conflict Analysis And Transformation

Author : Randy Janzen
ISBN : 9781527520097
Genre : Political Science
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This book provides students, activists, community organizers and the general public with a concise and clear guide on how to approach, analyze and address conflict in order to transform relationships and work towards peace with justice. In doing so, it details a systematic process to analyze conflict, and offers an understandable framework in which to situate and choose strategies of building cultures of peace. It acknowledges the academic divide between the disciplines of peace studies and conflict resolution studies, yet is relevant to students of both fields. The volume draws on relevant theory and research from sociology, psychology, critical studies and anthropology, and starts from the assumption that conflict analysis and transformation must include a critical analysis of hegemony and power.

Towards A Non Violent Society

Author : Prof. B.R. Dugar
ISBN : 9788178443126
Genre : History
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1. Training in Non-Violence Acharya Tulsi ...........................................................11 2. Non-Violence and its Many Facets Acharya Mahaprajna.................................................21 3. Ecology and Non-Violence Acharya Mahashraman .............................................31 4. Role of Women in the Training for Non-Violence Sadhavi Pramukha Kanak Prabha...............................35 5. Toward a Non-Violent 21St Century Glenn D. Paige.........................................................41 6. The Spirituality of Non-Violence Donal Harrington......................................................50 7. Peace and Conflict-Resolution: Indian Experience of Non-Violence Professor Ramjee Singh ............................................61 8. Human Rights as the Basic Principle for Non-Violence Training Luis Perez Aguirre ....................................................79 9. Peace With Justice and Dignity Guillermo Michel......................................................88 10. Ahimsa And Human Development: A Different Paradigm for Conflict Resolution Ursula Oswald Spring .............................................102 11. Nonviolence as a Science of Conflict Resolution Antonino Drago ......................................................123 12. Globalization Process and Conflicts in the World Order B.M. Jain ..............................................................135 13. Towards an Era of Culture of Peace N. Radhakrishnan ..................................................147 14. Sustainable Development for Peaceful Living B.R. Dugar ............................................................159 15. Teaching Peace and Harmony Through English Dr Sanjay Goyal......................................................168 16. Gandhian Technique of Conflict Resolution: An International Perspective Dashrath Singh ......................................................176 17. Non-Violence in the Information Age Katsuya Kodama ....................................................198 18. The Way of Nonviolence R. B. Deats............................................................204 19. Vision for Human Development and Self-Transformation N.B. Mirza.............................................................213 20. Education as Impetus in Shaping Attitudes Relating to Peace and the Environment Kamala Sharma .....................................................225

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