What is Non Violent Communication?

Posted on December 21, 2010 by Raghava 1 Comment

No matter where you are in life, Nonviolent Communication (NVC) provides easy to grasp, effective communication skills to get to the root of conflict, pain and violence peacefully. By examining the unmet needs behind what we do or say, NVC helps reduce hostility, heal pain and strengthen professional and personal relationships.

NVC is now being taught in corporations, classrooms, prisons and mediation centers around the globe. And it is affecting cultural shifts as institutions, corporations and governments integrate NVC consciousness into their organizational structures and their approach to leadership.

Srimati Syamarani didi speaks about what Srila Gurudeva calls the “platform for bhakti”, which is our need to learn how to interact with others and have more fulfilling relationships.

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Sachidananda Das says:

Dear Mataji Shyamarani Prabhu! Hare Krishna and my pranams to you.

I was in Vrindavan Iskcon Temple from 1970 to 1980. Srila Prabhupada told me to go to Narayan maharaj in Mathura and ask him to come to Vrindavan to meet Srila Prabhupada for some important talk between them. So I used to go Mathura from Vrindavan to call Narayan Maharaj twice a week and I did this 8 years. I regard and respect Narayan Maharaj in my heart all times. Now I can not see him.

This is the law of Nature. After Srila Prabhupada you are at the lotus feet of Narayan Maharaj and it is very very good for us. GBC Gurus are fighting with many senior devotees in Iskcon for name and fame and many devotees are now living outside of Iskcon. Anyway you did good thing prabhu.

I want to know how you teach NVC program to people who are living in many countries all over the world.
Hare Krishna. Radhe Radhe.

With regard and respect.
Your servant,
Sachidananda Das
Edmonton, Canada