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करुणामय जयपुर!

करुणामय जयपुर!

(1) करुणामय वार्तालाप के परिचय की कार्यशाला-
लोगों के साथ विश्वसनीय रूप से जुड़कर उनकी परवाह करते हुए उनसे रिश्ते बनाना सिखाना|

23-24 जुलाई 2016, समय सुबह १० बजे से शाम के ५ बजे तक।

(2) करुणामय परवरिश की कार्यशाला
लोगों के साथ विश्वसनीय रूप से जुड़कर उनकी परवाह करते हुए उनसे रिश्ते बनाना सिखाना|

30-31 जुलाई 2016, समय सुबह १० बजे से शाम के ५ बजे तक।

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बातचीत के माध्यम से एक ऐसी दुनिया बनाना जहां बच्चे/युवा वयस्कों और माता-पिता/देखभाल करने वाले एक दूसरे के साथ मजबूत एवं विश्वसनीय रिश्तों बनाए|

अहिंसक संवाद पर मार्शल बी रोसेनबर्ग (NVC) के काम से प्रेरित, शम्मी नंदा द्वारा कुणाल एवं उदितिमा के सहयोग से आयोजित इन दो कार्यशालाओं में आपका स्वागत है।

हमारे दैनिक जीवन में करुणा पूर्ण कार्य करने का क्या मतलब है? क्या हम लोगों के साथ कनेक्ट कर सकते हैं जब वे चुनौती पूर्ण संवाद कर रहे हो ? हम जो करना या कहना चाह रहे है और वो नहीं कह पा रहे या कर पा रहे है तो कैसे हम अपने मन को शांत रख सकते है ? कैसे हम अपने साथी हमारे बच्चे, हमारे माता-पिता के साथ संबंधों को और अधिक गहरा कर सकते हैं?

जयपुर में ये दो कार्यशालाये इस तरह के सवालों के जवाब पता लगाने में और अहिंसक संवाद (NVC) के साथ करुणा मय जीवन जीने के तरीके खोजने मे मदद करेगी|

अहिंसक संवाद (NVC) एक एसी दुनिया बनाने में मदद करता है , जहां हम अपनी बात को दूसरो का ख़याल रखते हुए, दोष और अपमान रहित भाषा में व्यक्त कर सकते है | यह सार्वभौमिक एकता की एक गहरी आध्यात्मिकता से जुड़ा है और हमें एसे साधन और तरीके देता है जो हमारे दैनिक जीवन में इस चेतना को बनाये रखने में मदद करता है .

अहिंसक संवाद (NVC) के बारे में अधिक जानकारी के लिए क्लिक करे-https://goo.gl/y7IDUsand www.cnvc.org

अहिंसक संवाद (NVC) की ये कार्यशाला अहिंसक संवाद के सिद्धांतो तथा दैनिक अनुभव की अवधारणाओं के सम्मिश्रण को सीखने मे किया गया एक छोटा सा प्रयास रहेगा|

फैसिलिटेटर के बारे में- शम्मी जयपुर के रहने वाले है और पिछले बारह वर्षों से यात्रा करते हुए विभिन्न समुदाओ के साथ सस्टेनेबल लिविंग पर काम कर रहे है | शम्मी का अहिंसक संवाद, झगड़ों के समाधान तथा सामूहिक निर्णय लेने की प्रणाली मे काफ़ी गहरी पकड़ है| और अपनी इस पकड़ को देश में तथा देश के बाहर पंहुचाने में शम्मी ने अपना योगदान दिया है|

शम्मी के बारे में अधिक जानकारी के लिए-
ब्लॉग https://courageouscommunication.wordpress.com/
फेसबुक पेज https://www.facebook.com/shammi.nanda.75

कुणाल और उदितिमा इन कार्यशालाओं के आयोजन में शम्मी का मदद करेंगे|
अहिन्साग्राम के सह मेजबान के रूप में कुणाल और उदितिमा भी अपने जीवन की यात्रा का आनंद ले रहे हैं, तथा अहिंसक संवाद एवं सर्वजनतन्त्र (Sociocracy) को सीखकर दुनिया को देना चाहते है| ये दोनो एक व्यापक जिज्ञासा एवं उत्साह के साथ दुनिया के लिए कुछ करना चाहते है|

शुल्क योगदान-
उम्र 21 या उससे कम के लिए कार्यशाला शुल्क इच्छानुसार तथा 21 से अधिक उम्र के प्रत्येक व्यक्ति के लिए प्रत्येक कार्यशाला शुल्क 2000 से 5000 के बीच आपकी क्षमता के अनुसार है | आपका राशि सहयोग फैसिलिटेटर के सपोर्ट , वर्कशॉप के आयोजन एवं ऐसे लोगो के सपोर्ट में भी जायेगा जो वर्कशॉप की पूर्ण राशी देने में असमर्थ है | अगर इसके वावजूद आप न्यूनतम शुक्ल देने मे असमर्थ हो तो रजिस्ट्रेशन फार्म मे स्पष्ट कर सकते है | हम आपको कॉल करेंगे तथा मिलकर ऐसे तरीके खोजने का प्रयास करेंगे जिससे आप हमें बिना पैसो के भी अन्य प्रकार से सहयोग कर सके .

भोजन व्यवस्था- अहिंसाग्राम में हम स्वास्थवर्धक भोजन पर ध्यान देते है | वर्कशॉप में अहिंसाग्राम के द्वारा आरोग्यपूर्ण शाकाहारी भोजन और नाश्ता दिया जावेगा |


अहिंसाग्राम किचन डायरेक्टर भूषण पाटिल, आरोग्यपूर्ण भोजन में माहिर है और वे पूरी वर्कशॉप के दौरान आरोग्यपूर्ण भोजन देगे. वे अहिंसाग्राम मे प्रयोगत्मक भोजन बना ने का आनन्द लेते है और वे उत्साहित है की अपना प्रेम और भोजन आप सभी के साथ बाटे .
कार्यशाला में बच्चे : यह कार्यशाला सब उम्र के लोगो के लिए है. अगर आपका बच्चा है और आपको उसको घर छोड़ने मे किसी प्रकार की असुबिधा हो तो आप आपके बच्चे को साथ मे ला सकते है | हम हमारी ओर से स्वतंत्र एवम् खेलने योग्य वातावरण प्रदान करने में मदद करेंगे | आपकी ओर से बच्चे की देखभाल हेतु कोई आना चाहे तो वो भी आ सकता है |
कृपया बच्चे को वर्कशॉप में लाने से पहले हमें कॉल कर के सूचित करें -9425416058

आप कार्यशाला में भाग लेने के लिए जयपुर के बाहर से आ रहे हैं और यहाँ रहने के लिए एक जगह खोजने में हमारी मदद चाहते हैं, तो हमें कॉल कर के सूचित करें ताकि हम दोस्तों के होस्टिंग स्थानों या आसपास रहने के लिए गेस्ट हाउस को ढूंढने में आपकी मदद कर सकते है.
वर्कशॉप स्थल :
उदय वाल्डोर्फ प्रेरित स्कूल,
3 शिव मार्ग, मद्रामपुरा, सिविल लाइंस, सिविल लाइंस मेट्रो स्टेशन के पास , जयपुर 302006

उदय-वाल्डोर्फ से प्रेरित स्कूल की उत्पत्ति जयपुर में एक पूर्ण शिक्षा की जरुरत को देखते हुए हुई| इसका मकसद बढते हुए बच्चे की जरूरतों को ध्यान में रखते हुए वास्तविक शिक्षा की भूमिका को पूरा करना है|
ये स्कूल वाल्डोर्फ के शिक्षा विज्ञान पर आधारित है, जो एक सच्ची एवं परिक्षण की हुई शिक्षा प्रदान करता है, एवं ऐसे पाठ्यक्रम का पालन करता है जिसका मकसद प्राकृतिक वातावरण में कल्पनाशील खेलो, सार्थक कामो और अर्थपूर्ण कला के माध्यम से बच्चो का शारीरिक, मानसिक, आध्यात्मिक, बौद्धिक एवं भावनात्मक रूप से विकास करना है|

करुणामय वार्तालाप के परिचय की कार्यशाला के रजिस्ट्रेशन के लिए क्लिक करेंhttps://goo.gl/MfCVqE
23-24 जुलाई 2016
समय- सुबह10:00 बजे से शाम 5:00 तक

करुणामय परवरिश की कार्यशाला के रजिस्ट्रेशन के लिए क्लिक करें- https://goo.gl/G5w0lj
30-31 जुलाई 2016
समय- सुबह10:00 बजे से शाम 5:00 तक

हिंदीअनुवाद: शिवालक्ष्मीपार्वती गौड़ व सम्यक आर्य

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Can adults care a bit more about the child’s need for Autonomy?

I often hang out with children and in my interaction with them, I am now understanding, that one need that is very strong and often unmet for them is the need for ‘autonomy’ and I often in my judgment I see adults much challenged in in acknowledging and understand this need for children that easily.

In one of my workshops I spoke to 18 year old Deepika(name changed) who was triggered by her fathers comment about her clothes. She was going out to meet her old friends and decided to plan the clothes that sheenjoys to wear. She is also a design student and likes paying attention to her clothes and tries to do it creatively in her own way. As she was leaving the house in her chosen clothes, here father commented on her clothes and in the conversation at some point told her that her clothes were ‘cheap’. This hurt her to such an extent that she was almost about to even drop the idea of going out. When I was talking to her we kept looking at her need for ‘understanding’ or ‘to be seen’ but as we went deeper at some point we came to the need for ‘autonomy’ or the power to choose how she wants to lead her life, at that moment there was great relief in her. That need really landed well on her.

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I am realising that in conversations between children and parents on topics like what the children should eat, or how they should keep their room or cupboard or kind of language they will use(slang or swear words, etc) the pain from the child comes from their sense or lack of having power to decide how they want to lead their lives and that’s a big thing fro them even if they may not be consciously aware of naming it as their need for autonomy in such incidents.

I have noticed that even in the workshops when parents actually understand that their child in above mentioned moments is longing for autonomy, some parents find it difficult to get the gravity of the pain or upset that the child is experiencing over their perceived loss of autonomy.

In my interaction with children I am more and more consciously trying to see, acknowledge and respect their need for autonomy and choce, seeing them as equals and I am having rich relationship from children of all ages, which could be some one who is even less than three years to some one who is around 25 year old. I am enjoying their trust and connection with me.

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Just wanted to share this understanding in case some one tries to incorporate in their life to create deeper connection with people whom we refer to as ‘children’ and some times even stop seeing them in their fullness. I have also seen parents who were having a challenge with their kids when they understand that the child has a certain tank for need for autonomy and want to try ways of filling this tank by finding ways to meet their need for autonomy for the child then her or she is able to let go some strategies which are super important for the parents. What I mean is that if at every small decision is taken by parents the child is forever in the scarcity of this need and can get triggered at all kinds of places. The shift could be when the kid is asking about clothes and its not a matter of life and death for the parents and they can live with the choice of the kid its better to go with that, so that on crucial decisions where it can endanger safety of the child, the child will be more willing to go with the strategy of the parent as they maybe experiencing enough autonomy in their life.

Once I was doing workshop in Chandigarh in an alternative school and I had the above conversation with a mom who was feeling challenged about some thing crucial the kid wanted and when she understood she can let go her preference for some decisions and go for the kids strategy she was relaxed. In two hours I got a message from her “ Hi Shammi, Lovely having and insight into my boys need for autonomy – As I write this I am sitting at Funcity to honour that need.  Thnx – Sangeeta (Name changed).

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‘No Blame Zone’ – a day long workshop on Nonviolent Communication, NVC, at Pune

A day long workshop based on Nonviolent Communication(NVC) of Marshall Rosenberg.

Date: 1st August, 2015.

Venue: Artsphere, North Court Building, North Avenue Road Number 12, Near Jogger’s Park, Above Cafe Colombia, Kalyani Nagar, Pune, Maharashtra 411006.

Time: 10 am to 5 pm.

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NVC supports us in creating a world where we can express genuinely while holding care for other people, in a language devoid of any blame or shame! We will learn to hear needs and longings of others in their difficult statements/’judgements’ instead of any blame or wrongness and to express our own needs or longings along with clear requests instead of speaking a language of judgments so we can find solutions that work for all the people present in the situation.

The workshop will be facilitated by Shammi Nanda. We will be hearing concepts of NVC from him as well as do role plays from our day to day situations to learn this new way of engaging. To know about him and his work on NVC, see his blog at https://courageouscommunication.wordpress.com/ To know more about NVC go towww.cnvc.org
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Your contributions and the spirit of Gift: You are free to choose how you want to support Shammi and Artsphere. Shammi is putting his energy into bringing NVC and other modalities for conflict resolution like ‘Restorative Circles’ and consent decision making systems like Sociocracy in our communities and organisations. To know more about some of his dreams and the support that he is looking for see https://goo.gl/a0GbEn
Artsphere has joyfully offered the space for the community in the spirit of gift while trusting that the community will take care of their needs too. Artsphere is also inspired by NVC it wants to touch the lives of people around us for a more harmonious and joyful world.
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You can hear the voice of your heart to decide what you want to offer them. You can support them with financial offering or with promise of any other skills and resources that you would like to share with them to support their vision.

FOOD: You are requested to bring your vegetarian tiffin for a potluck lunch and are welcome to share your lunch with other participants of the workshop!

SUPPORT FOR BRINGING CHILDREN WITH YOU: If you have children and it’s a challenge for you to leave them home and would want to bring them here, please call us up at 9561720001. We can try to offer a space where children can hang out and possibly do their stuff. If you want to bring someone to help to take care of the kids that’s also fine with us. But please confirm with us before you decide to bring children with you.

For registration mail artsphere.pune@gmail.com or call 9561720001.

You are welcome to share the invite with your friends and community!

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‘No Blame Zone’ – Five Days of Compassionate Communication Immersion in Mumbai

Creating a world where we can express honestly while holding care for all, in a language devoid of any blame or shame.

A workshop based  on Nonviolent Communication(NVC) of Marshall Rosenberg

From 18th to 22nd July, 2015

In this workshop, we will learn to hear needs and longing of others in their difficult statements/’judgments’ instead of any blame or wrongness. We also learn to express our own needs or longings along with clear requests instead of speaking a language of judgments so we can find solutions that work for all the people present in the situation.

Some Possible Learnings from the workshop:

  1. Consent decision making while working in families or other groups.
  2. To engage and dialogue meaningfully with people in difficult situations.
  3. To understand our patterns, triggers and past wounds and work with them.
  4. To have our own inner peace even when the world does not go the way we want it to go.
  5. To work with our core limiting beliefs and to find new pathways to free ourselves from them.
  6. Getting out of stories of our own victimhood and enemy images of others.
  7. To express gratitude and apologies that touch people’s hearts.

We will also support people who want to share NVC in their communities to find ways to do it with ease. This will be done by creating peer to peer sharing/learning sessions during the workshop accompanied by feedback.

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We will be learning through one to one conversations, sharing of principles of NVC by the facilitator, discussions and role plays.

The workshop is open to any one irrespective of their exposure to NVC. We will begin with basic principals of NVC and then moving into more specific and deeper learning from it. Even though we will focus a bit on basic initial stage we want people to see these five days as one whole and are requested to join for all the five days if you want to be part of this workshop.

Each day we will sit from 9 am to 4 pm

The workshop will be facilitated by Shammi Nanda, To know about him and his work see his work go to courageouscommunication.wordpress.com

To know more about NVC see www.cnvc.org

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Financial Contribution and the Spirit of Gift: You are free to choose how you want to support the facilitator and the hosts of the workshop . You can hear the voice of your heart to decide what you want to offer Shammi. He is putting his energy into sharing NVC and other modalities of peace building and power with organising systems in our communities. Your contribution will go to further his dreams including creating community  spaces for deepening of this work. To know more about some of his dreams and what he wants to do with the money that is offered to him see https://goo.gl/a0GbEn

Venue: Awaken, A Soul Care Center, 101, Ashok Towers, Next to ITC Hotel, Parel, Mumbai – 12

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Food: We are organising this event in the spirit of community and you are requested to bring your Tiffin and welcome to share it with the other participants of the workshop.

For Registration mail at workshops@awakenmumbai.com or call +91 98203 89877/022-66171570

If you cant get through the above mentioned number then write to geetabhansali@gmail.com or Call Geeta at 9820390102

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Co-facilitating ‘No Blame Zone’ in Delhi with Chitra!

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Am looking forward to co-facilitating two and half days of  ‘No Blame Zone – an Intro to Compassionate Communication’ scheduled on 10th, 11th and 12th July in Delhi with Chitra Panchkaran. We will start at 6 pm to 8 pm on Friday, followed with dinned and have two full days on Saturday and Sunday. To see the details of the workshop and to register go to goo.gl/PL57lt

Chitra belongs to Himachal Pradesh and for the last 30 years has been living with her husband and two children in Delhi. She has been working on women’s rights with various NGO’s and Government agencies. She got the NVC bug about twenty years ago when she attended a ten day Intensive Training led by Marshall Rosenberg in 2004, in Bangalore, which inspired her into learning NVC deeply.

She credits her learning to Klaus Karstadt, Bridget Belgrave, Nada, Dilip and Fr. Chris Rajendran with whom she as attended many NVC trainings and interacted over endless conversations. She has been mentored by Kumarjeev and is proud to see Marshall as her Guru.

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She has organised many NVC trainings in Delhi and around, facilitated by her self as well as by other NVC trainers including Salim, Aniruddha, Kumarjeev and Dilip in her community.

She incorporates NVC in her work as an NGO worker in the field of gender sensitisation, mitigation of violence against women and trauma healing. Has also worked as a legal aid for women affected by violence and women leaders from villages in north India to give them skills for effective community engagement and mediation. She has also worked with college girls as well as prison inmates.

Has worked with Jane Conner a renowned NVC trainer, who also known for her book, ‘Connecting Across Differences’. Has also co-hosted trainings with Kumarjeev, a passionate NVC trainer from Maharashtra.

She has also been active with the NVC community building activities and was in the core team of International Institute of Nonviolent Communication in India, (INVCI) which initiated and hosted first International NVC convention in 2009 at Rishikesh in India.

Conducted and organised trainings on Wenlido, a Non-violent self defence methodology.

She has deep commitment to social change and has been a columnist in National Dailies of India hosting columns where she counsels the readers who ask questions around their day to day challenges in their personal relationships.

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Has also hosted an NVC practice group in her neighbourhood of Janakpuri in Delhi. One of the pioneers who has kept the fire and passion of NVC alive in her and has touched many people over the last twenty years. Her simplicity and humility makes people safe to share their stories with her and seek support from her. She is also fluent in sharing and practicing NVC in hindi and has deep understanding of cultural nuances and challenges of women in India.

Look forward to joyful and meaningful times with her during the coming days.

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No Blame Zone – Two day Intro to Nonviolent Communication – Delhi

A two days workshop based on
Nonviolent Communication(NVC) of Marshall Rosenberg

Creating a world where we can express genuinely while holding care for other people, in a language devoid of any blame or shame!

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In this workshop, we will learn to hear needs and longing of others in their difficult statements instead of any blame or wrongness. We also learn to express our own needs or longings along with clear requests instead of speaking a language of judgments so we can find solutions that work for all the people present in the situation.

Some Possible Learnings from the workshop:
1. To express gratitude and appreciations that touches people’s hearts.
2. Increases your ability to have inner peace even in times of conflict.
3. To engage and dialogue meaningfully with people in difficult situations.
4. Letting goof stories of our own victimhood and enemy images of others

About the Facilitator: Shammi Nanda
He has been a documentary film-maker since 1994 who studied at the Film Institute Of India, Pune. He gradually moved to self-healing. Now, for the past five years, has been travelling extensively in India bringing Nonviolent Communication (NVC) to individuals and communities. In his extensive work with alternative communities spanning more than a decade, he came across a lot of pain caused by disconnects in such communities, causing people to lose heart and leave. He believes that disconnects happen because we lack ways of communicating which allow for listening deeply to others’ needs and expressing our own in an honest and caring manner. To know more about him see his blog at www.courageouscommunication.wordpress.com

Participation by Contribution. Sliding Scale Rs.3500 to 7,000. If you want a part fellowship you can write to us at shamminanda@gmail.com. Limited fellowships can be made available.
Prior Registration Required:
Call 7827706109, 9486083163 or write to shamminanda@gmail.com

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Anhad-Connecting respectfully and joyfully with our children.

This workshop is based on the principles of Nonviolent Communication(NVC) of Marshall Rosenberg.

We will together learn about respectfully living and engaging with children by seeing them as having the same needs as adults, even as their ways of meeting them could be different from how we might want them as. When needs are met or not, we all have pretty similar feelings irrespective of our age or sex. For example when a child does not have much choice to decide on what to eat, how to spend their time, where to go, who to be with, they may have a strong unmet need for autonomy which is painful. The experience or pain of that unmet need could be same as that of an adult when adults have the same unmet need triggered in some other experience of theirs. That is some thing we need to understand and see them as equals in our experience of needs met and unmet.

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Miki Kashtan says that most of the world believes that there should be equality between genders, race and caste, however there is a blind spot in terms of equality between children and adults. She sees the definition of equality as having the same need or the same experience of needs. This workshop is going to encourage us to see children in their fullness and we will look at ways of understanding theirs’ as well as our needs and to find solutions where each persons needs are taken into consideration.

John Holt, in his book ‘Escape from Chlildhood’ is critical of us creating ‘childhood’ as a category which sees children as incomplete and some kind of minions who are not able to decide for themselves. He advocates giving much more autonomy to children than that is in our present worlds.

This workshop is also inspired by Fukuoka’s work on ‘Do Nothing’ farming where he ask the farmers to not to do the unnecessary and instead creating an ecosystem of a forest where the plant takes care of itself. The leave brings nutrients from deep under the soil through the root system and go back on to the the soil and get composted to later enrich it, which in turn feeds the tree again and this cycle goes on. Same way we need to create soils where children can take charge of their life and take care of their needs with minimal support from adults.

According to me most of my conflicts arise and become painful when I am tightly attached to my ways of doing things and want the other to change to suit to my strategies. NVC supports us to hold our strategies lightly by looking at the story or the needs of the others person also and see how we can weave requests based on the needs of all the beings present in the situation. In this workshop we will learn the same in our dealing with children around us.

In this two day workshop, we will work with challenging situations which cause anger, frustration, pain, fear, guilt and so on with respect to our kids and see how we can engage with them in a way where we feel more connected and respectful towards each other. We will be doing this through exercises; either individually or in small groups as well as role plays guided by the facilitator.

When we can build skills to listen and to be present to the needs of our kids and look at solutions that matter to all, we feel empowered and free.

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR SHAMMI NANDA: Shammi Nanda has been a documentary film-maker since 1994 who studied at the Film and Institute Of India, Pune. He gradually moved to self-healing and sustainable food practices in the last one decade and even volunteered to run an Organic Kitchen for the Student of FTII for two years in Pune.

In his deep engagement with alternative communities and unshooling families/communities spanning more than a decade, he has been looking at respectful ways of bringing up children where each person matters.

While looking critically at disconnects in his own personal life, as well as the communities he has been connected with, he choose to dive deeply into NVC. He is also working on alternate conflict transformation processes like Restorative Circles and other consent decision modalities for groups and organisations llike Sociocracy. He has been travelling in India and other places to bring these modalities to his communities for the last five years. .

He is also inspired by Mahatma Gandhi, Miki Kashtan, Masanobu Fukuoka, Vinobha, John Holt and saints like Kabir, and draws connections between NVC and these world-views. An inspired and creative teacher, he brings a lot of energy into his teaching and brings NVC alive through compassion, humor and plain dedication.

To know more about Shammi and his work on NVC go tohttp://goo.gl/g2vkTo and to know more about NVC owww.cnvc.org

FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS: 
Shammi has been experimenting on creative ways of raising funds to sustain himself. He often does workshops in the spirit of gift culture where people are invited to choose what they want to offer for him. You can choose to pay any thing between Rs2,500, to 7,000 depending on your financial resources and the desire to support the facilitator.
If for some reason you find it challenging to contribute the lowest figure, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO WRITE TO US at shamminanda@gmail.com or call 9486083163.
We would like you to share with us about ways you can support Shammi or the spread of NVC with your other skills or gifts that you have with you.

You can know more about what Shammi intends to do with the contributions that you offer him at http://goo.gl/yV8Ywq We see NVC as a gift which needs to reach all those who would want to learn it at the same time we want those who bring these gifts to us also are taken care of in the spirit of mutuality.

REGISTRATION:
Seats are limited and will be offered on first come first serve basis. For registration fill up the form at https://goo.gl/TWea8T The Venue is near Dhaulu Kuan and we will inform about it to you once you have registered online.

Food: You are requested to bring your tiffin and welcome to share your lunch with other participants of the workshop!

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