Just a quick reminder, our workshop on "Getting to the Heart of our Differences" on Nonviolent Communication is only a little over a week away. If you're on the fence and still thinking about coming, this is a great opportunity to spend a fun, engaging day getting more connected with what's alive in you - your own needs and feelings - in a way that will help you connect anyone who's important in your life. I'm excited to be offering this workshop, to get to share this with everyone who comes, and also because it enlarges my life as well! I hope you can come and join us!
Also, I have another one-day, self-hypnosis workshop planned for early November and I am continuing to offer the communication practice group at the Jeannette Rankin Peace Center on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday.
I hope to see you soon!
Warm regards - Patrick
A two-day Nonviolent Communication Workshop
Saturday & Sunday, Oct 14th & 15th - 2017
10:00 am to 5:00 pm both days.
Cost: Full workshop: $100 Saturday Only: $65
Day 1 - Introduction to Nonviolent Communication
• Connecting to Self - Practical Skills and Tools
• Cultivating empathy - Discovering what moves & inspires us.
• Practicing self-expression - Sharing honestly and vulnerably.
• Listening Deeply - Finding the deeper truth in another's words.
Day 2 - Bridging the Divide
• Exploring issues facing our local, national, & global community.
• Hands-on practice having challenging conversations.
• Connecting to another’s humanity, regardless of their viewpoint.
Second Chance, Potomac, MT
12 CEUs for OPI.
Workshop will be held in a 30’ Yurt in Potomac, approx. 40 minutes from Missoula. Directions will be provided.
Patrick Marsolek will present an experiential talk on the indigenous technology of sacred sites and ancient caves, exploring the importance of these sites for modern humans. Referencing the Holter Museum’s Exhibition, The CAVE, participants will explore the connection between inner experience and the outside world through the use of neurofeedback, and experience interconnections with others. Patrick will discuss how modern technology and science are shedding new light on ancient technologies, such as covariance and mirror neurons. He will explore the importance of empathy, mutuality and interdependence in modern life.
Bring a pillow or a blanket for short, guided trance-drumming experience in The CAVE.
Holter Museum of Art - 12 E Lawrence St, Helena, Montana 59601
10:30 am to 12:00 pm - Saturday, October 7th
Saturday, November 4th, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm - Cost - $75
You can shift old habits and patterns working with the power of your subconscious using intentional, self-hypnosis techniquesthat will help you be more present in your life and be able to roll through challenging moments of stress, tension or uncertainty. This class will focus on learning and practicing self-hypnosis techniques so participants can utilize these skills to specifically address personal issues or goals, and have more choice in how they respond to the daily flow of life!
Every Second and Fourth Wednesdays of the month, at Noon"
519 S. Higgins Ave.
Missoula, MT 59801 USA
No Charge. No experience necessary. Bring a lunch if you'd like.
Come to practice and learn to use Nonviolent Communication. This weekly group provides an opportunity to give and recieve empathy, do role play with challenging or stressful life situations, and practice the fundamentals of NVC.