George Bernard Shaw
Oct 29, 2017-- Mindful communication encompasses a number of qualities in both listening and responding. From entering conversations free from our fixed opinions and perceptions, to communicating in such a way that allows another to feel heard, Diane Musho Hamilton shares what mindful dialogue is (and is not). She explains that mindful dialogue is of particular importance in today's society in which polarized views compete for space from our kitchen tables to conference rooms. As a mediator, group facilitator, and contemporary spiritual teacher, Hamilton shares her insights about how the way we communicate with one another affects our nervous system, identity, and relationships. "When we talk about mindful communication, what we're really saying is that we have the capacity to become aware [of], to witness, or to watch our communication style and its impacts." Read on, or listen to the full interview to learn more. (14189 reads)
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