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Nonviolent communication is a process that consists of an intention to contribute to our own well being, and the well being of others, compassionately. So that whatever we do is done willingly, not done out of guilt, or shame, or fear of punishment, or trying to buy love, by submitting to what we think others expect us to do. That we give solely out of the joy that comes naturally from contributing to life. Our own life and the lives of others. --- Leave a message to be included on this podc ...
 
Dive past the headlines in Israel-Palestine to explore the issues and stories other outlets tend to ignore with +972 Magazine writers and local activists, politicians, and experts. +972 Magazine is owned and operated by a group of Israeli and Palestinian journalists, providing fresh, in-depth reporting and analysis directly from the ground in Israel-Palestine. The magazine is committed to human rights, democracy, and freedom of information, and actively opposes the Israeli occupation.
 
Inspiring personal family conversations & also interviews with Prana Boosters™ featured on PranaBoost.com who are Awakened With Purpose & Raising the Vibration of the World through their life's work. Conscious/Mindful Families, Mindful Living, Personal Transformation, Relationships/Marriage & Parenting, Emotional Intelligence, Nonviolence. Have you ever wondered what The Prana Boost Lifestyle™ really looks like? Join me & my amazing husband, soulmate, business partner, spiritual partner, bes ...
 
Catholics Against Militarism (CAM) is an informal, grassroots, Internet-based movement of lay Catholics that seeks to identify and respectfully challenge militaristic attitudes in the U.S. Catholic Church. We conduct interviews with Catholics and other Catholic groups who are: 1) successfully registering dissent at the parish level, 2) raising awareness of the dangers of militarism through dialogue with fellow believers, and 3) spurring deeper, more honest reflection on the role of violence ...
 
"Engineering Peace with Thom Bond” is a real-life look at how peace is becoming a reality on our planet. It's also a personal resource to help empower us to create the change we want to see in the world. Thom shares peacemaker updates and interviews in his "What Peace Sounds Like" episodes. In the "Q & A" episodes, listen to practical tips, and wisdom from Thom's workshops and training sessions to help make peace a reality in your own life. Episode by episode, witness and be part of the stor ...
 
Conflicts are a normal part of life. Thankfully, we're all unique which makes life interesting. Needy aims to give you some inspiration on how to use conflict to build a deeper connection to what’s alive in you and others. You will learn about different communication approaches, with founding principles rooted in Marshall Rosenberg's "Nonviolent Communication" alongside applied insights from improvisation theatre.
 
What we don’t know about American history hurts us all. Teaching Hard History begins with the long legacy of slavery and reaches through the civil rights movement to the present day. Brought to you by Teaching Tolerance and hosted by Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries, Teaching Hard History brings us the lessons we should have learned in school through the voices of scholars and educators. It’s good advice for teachers and good information for everybody.
 
Listen to Monday Night Radio - the worldwide talk show where YOU get to ask the experts YOUR questions! This is no regular talk show - sure, there are interviews, but you also get to shape the show, by calling in with your comments and questions! Can't listen live? Listen to the podcast, always available by Tuesday morning!
 
Living Open is a podcast for mystics and seekers hosted by Philly-based witch, tarot reader, Reiki Master, and breathwork facilitator Eryn Johnson. Explore witchcraft, Reiki, healing, spirituality, ritual, magick, tarot, meditation, dismantling the patriarchy & white supremacy, intuition and more all to help you come back to your heart and who you really are.
 
This Podcast is dedicated to sharing, learning, and discovering the fundamentals of Nonviolent Communication based on what I have learned from Marshall Rosenberg's classic book "Nonviolent Communication" and many of his videos. It is my intention to share what I have learned and to help those who truly want to become better communicators to avoid some of the common mistakes I see over and over when people attempt to practice NVC. It is truly an amazingly powerful way of speaking and being an ...
 
This is a collaborative program where skilled hosts welcome guests and callers to practice empathy, awareness, and authentic and effective communication. Our intention is to provide skills, knowledge, and resources that empower listeners to effectively connect across differences so that we can all work together to create a world that works for life. Hosted by Nancy Kahn, Timothy Regan, and Marlena Willis.
 
A psychological examination of historically significant lives. We will peek into the minds of our subject to answer, what made them tick? Uncovering the personal motivations that drove their public acts and how those acts in turn changed all our lives.
 
FLI catalyzes and supports research and initiatives for safeguarding life and developing optimistic visions of the future, including positive ways for humanity to steer its own course considering new technologies and challenges. Among our objectives is to inspire discussion and a sharing of ideas. As such, we interview researchers and thought leaders who we believe will help spur discussion within our community. The interviews do not necessarily represent FLI’s opinions or views.
 
Choice Conversations is a personal development podcast, dedicated to helping you improve your life, one *choice* at a time! I cover the following topics: * Holistic health, including physical, emotional, and spiritual health. * Improving relationships, be they between parents and children, romantic partners, or friends and family. * Being successful with money and in business. * Having a purposeful, fulfilling life. * Finding peace and happiness.
 
A Radical Vision for Grace Justice and the Cross (Cascade 2012). Healing the Gospel challenges the assumption that the Christian understanding of justice is rooted in a demand for violent punishment, and instead offers a radically different understanding of the gospel based on God’s restorative justice. It’s a vision of the gospel that exposes violence, rather than supporting it—a gospel rooted in love of enemies, rather than retribution.
 
Recorded live at San Francisco's Grace Cathedral, The Forum is a series of stimulating conversations about faith, ethics and culture in relation to the important issues of our day. Host and Dean of Grace Cathedral Malcolm Clemens Young invites artists, inventors, philosophers, pop culturists, elected officials and other inspiring guests to share in a civil, sophisticated discourse that engages hearts and minds to think in new ways about the world.
 
A bumbling Porque Sheriff's Department struggles to combat crime and build community in this poignant comedy set in eccentric, small-town New Mexico. Frijoles Y Arroz is a pioneering narrative podcast using throwback stylings to tell a story of resistance in modern times. On a mission to create a Society where Intimacy is Safe for all. Frijoles Y Arroz was created to show the power of nonviolent conflict. We are thrilled to announce that Frijoles Y Arroz is a selection in the New Media Film ...
 
A Better Story is about seeking the sacred and holding it loosely. We explore the spirituality of authors, artists and scholars, usually with a sense of levity. Guests give us a glimpse of the sacred: those times they were drawn toward living more vibrantly, acting more justly, seeing others more humanely - and into better stories. Along the way, we pick up pieces to build a better faith, and hopefully a better world. You can also check out A Better Story: B Sides, which explores how the Bib ...
 
A podcast about getting through life with a differently shaped brain. My Good Bad Brain aims to build a space of solidarity and validation for the neurodiverse. We do this with honest explorations of life with mental health challenges, especially depression, anxiety, ADHD, and the general existential dread of being alive today. Soomehow, from this, a sense of invisible connection, community, and possibility arises. If you're thinking about killing yourself: do not. Self - care, hydrate, be w ...
 
Make My Day is a musical comedy podcast created by Marcus Brown. In some dimensions people use this podcast as a spiritual enema. Marcus takes no responsibility for what users may or may not do with his medical advice because he's not really a doctor and you should be going to a shaman by now anyway SMH. Marcus also does not recommend a wholesome diet of chop cheese sandwiches and I'll probably change this description later For more Marcus head to marcusbrown.me
 
Violence in society and politics, whether in the form of war, terrorism, dictatorship, oppression, usurpation, or genocide, is widely recognized as a grave problem. The objective of this essay is to explore a different perspective on the nature of the problem of widespread violence in society and politics that suggests what will be required for its resolution. We need to analyze the conditions under which it will be possible to reduce drastically the reliance on military and other violent me ...
 
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This week’s episode of Nonviolence Radio pays special tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. on the 92nd anniversary of his birth. Michael begins by going over some nonviolence news, covering events in the US and abroad. He highlights the urgent need to listen, to see each other -- whatever our different beliefs -- as fellow humans, all of us in need of…
 
Join hosts Nancy Kahn and Timothy Regan in a conversation inviting listeners to connect to the power within to create a world that works for all of us. During uncertain political times, we have choice around how we focus our energy and efforts. We can focus on the deficit of unmet needs and we can also call in vision, hope and take nonviolent actio…
 
Andreas Malm joins PTO to talk about his new book, 'How To Blow Up a Pipeline'. We chatted about why the climate movement is so fiercely committed to nonviolence, how that hinders climate activism, and how the advocates of nonviolence edit the history of popular struggles and liberations movements in order to downplay the importance of the more mil…
 
Marshall Rosenberg NVC Workshop 2004 Portland OR Leave a short voice message to be included on this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nvc-archive/message For longer voice recordings, episode length recordings, or other NVC content to be shared on this podcast, contact cognitivetechniq@yahoo.com to discuss content ideas.…
 
Andreas Malm joins PTO to talk about his new book, 'How To Blow Up a Pipeline'. We chatted about why the climate movement is so fiercely committed to nonviolence, how that hinders climate activism, and how the advocates of nonviolence edit the history of popular struggles and liberations movements in order to downplay the importance of the more mil…
 
From the All Saints Archives: This sermon preached by George Regas on April 9, 1995, lifts up the core Christian value of nonviolence. “In a world of violence, Jesus was peaceful. In a world that depended on brute force, Jesus depended on nothing but the love of God expressed in human life. Jesus lived a nonviolent life in a world of vicious violen…
 
PJ Hoffman is a musician, activist and Friends for a Non-Violent World member. In this episode PJ and Everyday Non-Violence Podcast Host Joann Perry discuss the importance of music in PJ’s life, starting with his early involvement in protests. They also look more broadly at music in social justice movements - how it inspires, energizes and comforts…
 
Kelly Diels is feminist educator, writer, and coach. She specializes in feminist marketing for culture-makers. In this episode, Eryn and Kelly talk about: Having a thriving livelihood while not replicating oppression in our businesses The female lifestyle empowerment brand Not exploiting ourselves in our own businesses Deprogramming the cultural au…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 454 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996 and what is and is not libertarian about it; Amazon Web Services cancelling their contract with social media platform Parler without the contractually specified notice of 30 days; what shoul…
 
When Dr. Peniel Joseph was growing up in New York City during the 1980s and 1990s, a child of a Haitian immigrant single mother, he learned about how the civil rights movement had transformed America, ended legalized segregation, secured black voting rights and moved the nation closer to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision of a "beloved community."…
 
In this episode, David Gornoski breaks down the vicious cycle of scapegoating evident in politics. Will Biden's promise of canceling student loan debts solve the real problem or will it further the vicious cycle of debt? With all the talk of getting back at each other, is vengeance a practical solution? "Vengeance is like drinking salt water to que…
 
David Gornoski starts the episode by commenting on the election fraud revelation coming out of Fulton County. Why are many Democrats flip-flopping on lockdowns now that Biden is on the path to becoming President? Why was the left-wing activist, James Sullivan, at the Capitol storming? Where was Jack Dorsey's concern for racism and violence when Bid…
 
David Gornoski is joined by Mises Institute's Tho Bishop. The two talk extensively on the future of conservatism. Why does the corporate media promote only the conservatives who push for neverending wars and government extension? Will Trump's America be completely silenced as the media is attempting to do right now? Listen to the episode to find ou…
 
Dr. Weiping Yu returns with another refreshing segment of Science and U. The physicist comments on the claim that astronomers have found the oldest supermassive black hole in the universe and another, more puzzling, observation of a missing black hole. Dr. Yu once again asserts that there is no black hole at the center of the galaxy. What exactly i…
 
David Gornoski brings to light the Wuhan study on asymptomatic COVID spread and the WHO's endorsement of it. Why is this study so important and why hasn't it been brought up again by Big Tech? Join David as he touches on some of the most important topics of our time such as the sacrificial ritual in the founding of civilization; the unpersoning of …
 
It's just gotta be. For a while, indefinitely, maybe not ever, what's ever? IDK. Go ahead and listen and I talk through it. I also talk through some stuff around doomscroling and mental health in the main body of the pod but... yeah. It's time for this to rest a while. I love you all. Self care. Hydrate. Be well. Get bonus content on Patreon See ac…
 
A huge thanks to Joseph McDade for his generous permission to use his music: https://josephmcdade.com/ Thanks to Palmtoptiger17 for the beautiful logo: https://www.instagram.com/palmtoptiger17/ Discord Discussion Board: https://disboard.org/server/474580298630430751 Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/thewayfourth/?modal=admin_todo_tour Instagr…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 453 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following news stories: from APNews.com, “Leading human rights group calls Israel an ‘apartheid’ state“; from TheRegister.com, “Facebook appeals ruling that it stole tech. So, Italian judge issues new judgment: Pay 10 times the original fine“; from TheGuardian.c…
 
In this week’s episode, Grace Blakeley speaks to Vijay Prashad, head of the Tricontinental Institute for Social Research and author of Washington Bullets: A History of the CIA, Coups and Assassinations. They discuss the recent wave of strikes taking place across India, the rise of the far right both there and across the world, and the mechanisms th…
 
The Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies Presents:The Sidney and Miriam Brettler Memorial Series 2021 | 5781Women's Prayers and Women Pray-ers:From Hannah to Today with Professor Rabbi Dalia MarxRegister and learn more online at www.pardes.org.il/brettler2021. These events are free to the general public.January 11, 2021From the Bible to the Talmud - …
 
David Gornoski starts the episode with a reflection on how statist monopoly over violence has disrupted American society at every level and why we must reject the Left vs. Right dichotomy to find solutions. Join David as he analyzes the latest news stories such as the recent impeachment against President Trump, Uganda inadvertently banning and expo…
 
David Gornoski continues his exposé of the establishment's projection of their violent thoughts and deeds onto their favorite scapegoat Donald Trump. Also in this episode, David is joined by acclaimed investigative journalist Lara Logan for a conversation centered on the Capitol protests and the larger topic of crowd unrest orchestrated by nefariou…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 452 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following questions from Quora: he starts the episode with a complaint against Quora for banning it’s most prolific author, Dennis Pratt; “How do Libertarians intend to implement/enforce the NAP?”; “Libertarians, what do you make of the argument that taxation is…
 
Last November, Matthew Fox had a riveting (and too brief) Awakin Calls conversation, hosted by Rahul Brown and Aryae Coopersmith, on the topic of "Fidelity vs Faith: Bowing to the Heart Over Authority." Matthew is a spiritual theologian and scholar of mystic spirituality whose theology of creation spirituality was systematically singled out and den…
 
The world has been pretty weird lately, so I thought we should get weird too. In this episode we do a deep dive on simulation theory and discuss what exactly is the nature of reality with the legendary Nick Hinton. Plus callers let me know what's on their mind after protestors stormed the Capitol on Monday.You can follow Nick on Twitter @NickHinton…
 
David Gornoski starts the episode by commenting on the government subsidizing of vegetable and seed oils and how this has drastically increased diseases. Also in the show, David continues his analysis of the news centering around the Capitol protests and the media-alleged incitement of violence by President Trump. Will Big Tech's censoring spree su…
 
"Once you say human beings are expendable... it always devolves into tyrannical laws that create mirroring tyrannical crowds." Join David Gornoski as he offers some interesting insights relating to mankind's thirst for power, particularly in the field of politics. Plus, David comments on Big Tech censorship and the reactions of various world leader…
 
David Gornoski sits down with Brad Marshall, author and blogger at Fire in a Bottle. In this podcast, Brad and David talk extensively on how PUFAs (polyunsaturated fatty acids) affects our body; the difference between saturated fat and PUFAs and what our body prefers; the Croissant Diet; our ancestors' preference for fatty meat; the root cause of c…
 
One of the voices I trust and respect to lend wisdom and insight in the midst of these difficult days is the voice of my friend Jonathan Merritt. Many of you sent in questions and topics (in fact, too many for us to cover) and we sat down together to reflect and respond to what you shared with us. To learn more about Jonathan and his work, you can …
 
In this podcast, Rabbanit Nechama Goldman Barash looks at the mention of four women in chapter six and the midrashic narratives that intertwine these verses into larger Biblical narratives.Download the Source SheetSources include Shemot 2:1, Shemot 6:15Please let us know your comments and thoughts about the podcast, write to us at elmad@pardes.org.…
 
In this podcast, Rabbanit Nechama Goldman Barash looks at the mention of four women in chapter six and the midrashic narratives that intertwine these verses into larger Biblical narratives. Download the Source Sheet Sources include Shemot 2:1, Shemot 6:15 Please … Read the rest The post VaEra 5781 – Midrashic Women in Va’Era first appeared on Elmad…
 
David Gornoski starts the episode with a reflection on the countless lives lost in America's endless wars, many of which were started by Obama and Biden. Upon reading the description of the Capitol mob violence, David highlights the environment that has been creating this kind of unrest. "We have been a country addicted to violence for years." Join…
 
David Gornoski returns with a much-needed analysis of Big Tech extending its tentacles and casting an enormous shadow over America by banning President Trump, dissenting voices, and targeting alternative platforms. Was the Capitol fiasco an attempted coup as the corporate media claims? Why didn't Dorsey and Co. censor Obama and Biden when they were…
 
Abi Robins (they/them) is a trained Enneagram Teacher & Yoga Therapist. In this episode, Eryn and Abi talk about: Their journey with yoga and the enneagram Cultivating resilience to do the work you love What the enneagram is and what it can teach us about ourselves How enneagram can reveal our patterns to us Enneagram as a gateway into shadow work …
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 451 welcomes back Shepard the Voluntaryist to chat with Skyler on the following topics: sitting on the sideline during political uncertainty; trying on different colored glasses to see the world more clearly; JP Sears success and using comedy to fight the state; Washington DC redneck hooliganism; the outp…
 
Talk It Out Radio - Sunday, January 10, 2021, 7:00 pm, on KPFA Radio (94.1 FM Berkeley and beyond, or livestream at kpfa.org [1]): Join hosts Nancy Kahn and Timothy Regan of Talk It Out Radio for today's show: Deep Listening to What's Coming Up for You and What You Want the World to Hear Since Insurrection Day When we listen to one another, we offe…
 
Post by Skyler J. Collins (Editor). Episode 450 welcomes back Jim Carigan to chat with Skyler on the following topics: surviving 2020 in Kentucky; living is learning; facial hair; memorable years in his life comparable to 2020; his Yankee mom and Dixiecrat dad; comparing mask mandates to the Vietnam War draft; recent attention on Federal spending; …
 
Marshall Rosenberg NVC Workshop 2004 Portland OR Leave a short voice message to be included on this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nvc-archive/message For longer voice recordings, episode length recordings, or other NVC content to be shared on this podcast, contact cognitivetechniq@yahoo.com to discuss content ideas.…
 
Prahlad Singh Tipanya is a name that needs little introduction as one of the most compelling folk voices of Kabir in India today. He sings in the Malwi folk style from Madhya Pradesh and has an incomparable ability to sing and explain the words of Kabir, making them easily accessible to the listener. He has been felicitated with many national award…
 
“Love like life depends on it, be curious and expect miracles.”Ruth Pittard has practiced learning and transforming in love for most of her 74 years. A forward-thinking educator, she spent over 30 years supporting service-learning initiatives in her community and her professional home, Davidson College, near Charlotte, NC. In her last 14 years in l…
 
"The way of the world is a crowd, and the crowd has lost its humanity," David Gornoski says as he highlights the personhood revolution of Jesus. "In the discourse of our time, we have lost sight of personhood." Join David as he takes on the corporate press' demand for political "cleansing;" the meaning of the rise of Elon Musk; the codification of …
 
Noted publisher Eric Kampmann returns with another fascinating segment of Trail Thoughts. He is joined by John Cribb, author of the novel 'Old Abe.' Both Eric and John expand on the personality of Abraham Lincoln and how his character is much needed in today's political crisis in America. How can we transcend the deep political divide of our time? …
 
David Gornoski opens this episode by reflecting on Nancy Pelosi and her cohort's continued inflammation of an already tensed socio-political atmosphere in America. The establishment narrative is that one mob is sacred and the other is prohibited, David says, but all mobs are a lie. Join David Gornoski as he proceeds to dismantle the corporate press…
 
Max Tegmark and members of the FLI core team come together to discuss favorite projects from 2020, what we've learned from the past year, and what we think is needed for existential risk reduction in 2021.Topics discussed in this episode include:-FLI's perspectives on 2020 and hopes for 2021-What our favorite projects from 2020 were-The biggest les…
 
From the All Saints Archives: A sermon preached by George Regas laying the foundation for decades of All Saints Church putting faith into action in the world. “The soundest thinking in the world without love in action is of little worth. I think God‘s deep concern with us today it’s not the correctness of our creeds but the quality of our deeds as …
 
From the All Saints Archives: This sermon preached by George Regas on February 25, 1990, calls the church to be “religion at its best” -- putting people in connection with God and with each other. “I believe more than any other human problem loneliness -- the absence of meaningful human connections -- drains the joy and purpose from life. And at it…
 
From the All Saints Archives: This sermon was preached by George Regas on February 10, 1991 uses prophet Elijah to preach about burnout, depletion and finding healing in the work. “Everything begins in mysticism and ends in politics ... and that's not Regas: that is the biblical material!” Follow All Saints Church on Twitter @ASCpas. Like us on Fac…
 
From the All Saints Archives: This sermon preached by George Regas on July 16, 1989, affirmed All Saints Church as a prayerfully pro-choice church. “We come together to talk about such a fiercely divisive issue in a community of faith that says love is strong enough to allow people to live together even though there is very radical disagreement. An…
 
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