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Welcome to Part 1 of “The Practice and Practicality of Mindfulness”, Episode #71 of Co-creating Peace, a podcast series about conscious communication and conflict transformation. I've spoken about mindfulness and some of its many applications several times in this podcast – as a tool for conscious communication, conflict prevention, and conflict transformation. Andrew Safer, founder of Safer Mindfulness Inc., is with me today to walk us through a brief mindfulness exercise, and share some insights into the practice of mindfulness, and additional ways that mindfulness can benefit our lives. In the conversation you are about to hear, Andrew will take us through a brief mindfulness exercise. During the exercise, there will be periods of silence. There’s nothing wrong with the recording, it’s simply for the purpose of the exercise.Andrew Safer is a mindfulness instructor and trainer, program developer, workshop facilitator, and author. Andrew began practicing mindfulness in the Zen tradition 53 years ago, and pivoted to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition after meeting the meditation master Chogyam Trungpa. From his home in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, he specializes in developing and implementing applied mindfulness programs for mental health and addictions, and for the workplace. Recently, he piloted Suicide Prevention Through Mindfulness Training with Canadian Mental Health Association—Newfoundland and Labrador. His book, Anxiety, Stress & Mindfulness: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Wellness, was published in 2018, and can be found on Amazon.Join me next week for Part 2 of “The Practice and Practicality of Mindfulness”, when I will lead you through a short mindfulness exercise that I wrote for my Conscious Leadership class, and Andrew will tell us more about the practice of mindfulness, including mindful listening and how we can use mindfulness practice to support us in times of crisis, and even as a tool for suicide prevention.In the meantime, you can learn more about Andrew and his work at www.safermindfulness.com. Andrew is offering a complimentary 30-minute mindfulness instruction session to listeners of this podcast. You can harvest this opportunity by going to: safermindfulness.com/podcast-listeners. Andrew has also provided a worksheet on mindful listening, which you can find at: safermindfulness.com/mindful-listening.
Welcome to "The Journey to Co-creating Peace Begins with Inner Peace”, Episode #70 of Co-creating Peace, a  series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  Joining me today to talk about the Emotional Freedom Technique, also known as EFT, is Ann Hince, author of the book: A Pathway to Insight. EFT is a simple form of self-administered therapy that can be used to treat a wide variety of physical and psychological imbalances. Ann will tell us about how she used EFT to help her recover from trauma and find inner peace. We’ll also discuss how inner peace leads to peace with others. When Ann was 19, she woke one morning to find her mother dead in her bathroom. Twenty years later, the tears from that trauma were still just under the surface. Ann found a simple technique that helped her release these emotions. Ann has found that seeking out our truth, what we truly feel, accepting those feelings and releasing them, is the key to inner peace. When we relate to others from that place of inner peace, we will find that co-creating peace with others comes far more easily.To learn more about Ann’s work and her book, “A Pathway to Insight”, visit her website: https://annhince.com. Her Facebook page is: https://www.facebook.com/AnnHinceWisdom. Click here for  her YouTube channel .
Welcome to "How to Say What They Don’t Want to Hear”, Episode #69 of Co-creating Peace, a podcast series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  This episode is a bit of a change of pace. In today’s episode, I am interviewed by Marta Greca, for her podcast Marta the Minimalist. Marta invited me to be a guest to talk about how to deliver information that the other person may not want to hear. Our focus is primarily on workplace scenarios, but the concepts and tools can be applied in almost any context. You may recall that Marta was my guest in Episode #59 about “Using Conscious Communication to Attract What You Want in Life”. 
Welcome to “The 7 Steps of Relationship Repair”, Episode #68 of Co-creating Peace, a podcast series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  No matter how strong or long-lasting, every relationship hits rough spots or tough times once in awhile. Branch Isole joins us today to talk about some very useful approaches to successfully moving through those experiences to heal, restore harmony, and grow as a result.Author, storyteller and poet Branch Isole writes about strength of choice to change consequences. He's known worldwide for contemporary short stories that reveal emotions and issues often experienced, but not always voiced. He posts a Thought for Today, short stories and articles on his website: www.branchisole.com and on YouTube. As a podcast and talk radio on-air guest Branch shares informative steps to build frameworks that supports career, personal and spiritual growth.  
Welcome to “Connecting Across Divides”, Episode #67 of Co-creating Peace, a series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  The 2022 National Week of Conversation takes place April 24-30. It is a week of events and activities that bring people together across differences, and gives people an opportunity to experience dialogue and deliberation. I encourage you to harvest the opportunity to experience Dialogue & Deliberation by participating, You'll find information about how to participate in the National Week of Conversation at the end of these notes.I feel very strongly about the enlightening and healing power of dialogue, and the amazing potential to co-create a better future that collaborative deliberation brings forth. To help you have a sense of dialogue and deliberation and how it is being used around the country, last week’s episode and today’s are devoted to two innovative and dynamic organizations whose focus is to bring people together for conversation, connection and the opportunity to co-create new and better paths forward. Last week, Courtney Breese of the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation joined me to talk about how dialogue & deliberation can bridge divides and help people connect with, and better understand, one another as fellow human beings despite different viewpoints and affiliations.Joining me today to talk about how dialogue and deliberation are being used by groups of young adults across the nation, are two inspiring young women from a dynamic student- student led organization called Civic Synergy.Civic Synergy is a student-led political depolarization organization bringing together young adults from across the political divide to communicate and collaborate. Over the course of 6 weeks, participants learn and practice conflict resolution skills and develop policy proposals which are presented to U.S. representatives at the end of the program.Laura Chen, Director of Program Development and Co-founder of Civic Synergy, is a senior at MIT studying chemical engineering and minoring in public policy. She is passionate about tackling sustainability and equity challenges and enhancing public participation. At MIT, she has enjoyed contributing to academic research and being a part of the Varsity Field Hockey team, the Terrascope community, and the MIT Water Club. In the fall, Laura is excited to join the Coro Fellows Program, a leadership and public affairs fellowship.Claire Kane is a freshman student at Clemson University studying Political Science and Communication. Claire is a first time Civic Synergy participant and seeks to explore more about civil discourse and discussion. Claire is involved on campus with the sorority Gamma Phi Beta, Clemson Club Swimming, and RHA. There is so much we can learn from one another by simply sitting down together exchanging ideas without trying to change each other’s perspective or opinion, just listening to learn how others see the world and why. I encourage you to harvest the opportunity to experience Dialogue & Deliberation by participating in the National Week of Conversation – a week of events and activities that bring people together across differences. The 2022 National Week of Conversation starts tomorrow, Monday April 24 and ends on April 30. More information is available at https://americatalks.us/national-week-of-conversation/. To learn more about Civic Synergy, visit: civicsynergy.live To learn more about Living Room Conversations, visit their website at: livingroomconversations.org/
Welcome to “Let’s Talk About It”, Episode #66 of Co-creating Peace, a series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  The difficulties we have with one another are very often the result of lack of insight and understanding. In the absence of information we make assumptions about one another – assumptions that often lead to conflict.There is a cure for this phenomenon, and that is dialogue – sitting down with one another to have conversations that help us to learn about one another at deeper levels. When we put aside our assumptions, our biases, and the fears on which those are often based, and enter into dialogue with not only a willingness, but a desire, to learn about others and the way they experience and see the world, and then deliberate together to arrive at paths forward that can better meet the needs of all, we begin to build bridges of peace which can one day span the world.Joining me today to talk about dialogue and deliberation is Courtney Breese, Executive Director of the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD), a network of innovators who bring people together across divides to discuss, decide, and take positive action together to address today’s toughest issues.In addition to serving as the Executive Director of the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD), Courtney Breese is a trainer, mediator, and facilitator with extensive experience working on state and municipal engagement efforts. She started facilitating dialogues as an undergraduate at Franklin Pierce University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in social work and Counseling. To learn more about the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation, go to www.ncdd.org. If Dialogue & Deliberation is something that you would like to experience, you can begin as early as this coming week by participating in the National Week of Conversation – a week of events and activities that bring people together across differences. The 2022 National Week of Conversation takes place April 24-30. More information is available at https://americatalks.us/national-week-of-conversation/. Here’s how to contact the organizations Courtney mentioned in our conversation:Living Room Conversations’ website is: https://livingroomconversations.org/Make America Dinner Again’s website is:  www.makeamericadinneragain.com/Essential Partners’ website is:  www.whatisessential.orgConversation Café’s website is:  www.conversationcafe.org 
The journey from goals to reality is not always clear. Wouldn't it be wonderful to have a map? Fear not, because - in fact - there is a way to map your goals and turn your goals into your reality! Welcome to “How to Make Your Goals Your Reality” – Episode #65 of Co-creating Peace, a series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  Joining me today from Lagos Nigeria is my dear friend Felix Iziomoh to tell us about Goal Mapping, a dynamic tool that can help us to create our own reality and to co-create peace. Felix elaborates on the 7 steps of Goal Mapping:1.    Dream2.    Order3.    Draw4.    Why5.    When6.    How7.    WhoFelix is a Certified Goal Mapping Practitioner. To him, Goal Mapping is not just about mapping well-being, career, finance, relationships, educational or personal goals and achieving them. It is about lifting lives, empowering and inspiring people to become a better person and achieve their life goals.Felix and I have been friends for many years, working together in support of the International Institute for Global Leadership, of which Felix was one of the earliest graduates. Felix Iziomoh is the Principal Consultant at BeeFlex Consultancy Ltd, and the founder and Executive Director of International Centre for Leadership Development Nigeria. He is the Nigerian Coordinator for the International Institute for Global Leadership (IIGL) U.S.A, where he has formerly served as President, a Board member and as Executive Secretary. A core team member of NELIS – Next Leaders Initiative for Sustainability – Japan, Felix is the African Program Manager of the flagship initiative 4Revolutions (4Revs) , a co-creative ecosystem.Felix is also the co-founder of One Million Leaders Africa (OMLA). He is the author of:African Leadership 101: 7 Secrets for African Renaissance, The Way Forward: 5 Effective Steps to Achieving Your Life Goals Goal Mapping: 7 Simple Steps to Fulfilling Your Dreams, and a co-author of Creating Your Path through Leadership. Click here to find Felix’s books on Amazon. To contact Felix directly and to utilize his goal-mapping coaching services, email him at: flelixi@gmail.com. For more information on Felix and his work with BeeFlex Consultancy LTD., go to their Facebook page.  To learn more about Felix’s work with the International Centre for Leadership Development Nigeria, go to ICLDNG.org. Find Felix on Instagram at: ICLD.nig.com. Click here to learn more about Felix on LinkedIn.
Welcome to "Holding the Space for Peace", Episode #64 of Co-creating Peace, a series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  Andrea Petrut joins me today from Toronto Canada for a conversation about the many ways that we can hold the space for peace – within ourselves, between ourselves and others, and in the world. We discuss the relationship between inner peace, outer peace and world peace, and Andrea shares some easy but very powerful tools for how we can find and maintain our inner peace, which is where all peace has its roots.After losing her mother to cancer when she was 11 years old, Andrea took an empowering vision, made it her reality and became her own pillar in life, lifting herself and others on her path. As an Intuitive Life & Relationships Catalyst, Andrea combines a unique form of insight to help multi-passionate, heart-centered women center on the present moment. With laser focused energy she helps her clients expand their hearts for themselves and their family while anchoring and living their vision for the world.Andrea is a Heart Imagery Teacher at The School of The Heart, entrepreneur, trauma-informed writer, speaker, storyteller, leader, home educator, host of Healing Through Oneness podcast and advocate for love. Originally from Romania, she currently lives with her husband and three children in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She loves to create, invent, inspire, build, and see the world with all its beauty.To learn more about Andrea and her work, go to andreapetrut.ca.Andrea has generously offered a wonderful Gift for you, dear listeners: Her 7 Keys to Clarity – A quick guide to move you forward to the aligned love and relationships you envision. To receive this gift, go to:   https://andreapetrut.ca/7keystoclarity/
Welcome to “The Sequel to ‘Timing & Delivery are Everything’: Letters from Listeners”, Episode #63 of Co-creating Peace, a  series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  Last week, I talked about how important it is to give careful thought to the timing and delivery of important conversations and offered some suggestions about what to consider when planning those conversations. Boy, did that topic strike a chord with many of you listeners! In this episode, I share with you some of the letters I received from listeners about their experiences with timing and delivery of communication, and the answers I offered in response to one listener’s request for advice about that.
Welcome to "Timing & Delivery Are Everything”, Episode #62 of Co-creating Peace, a podcast series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  All too often, we neglect to give careful thought to the timing and delivery of important conversations. Sometimes we put them off, when it would be more constructive to have them earlier. Other times, we have important conversations when we’re emotionally escalated, when waiting until we were more calm and clear, and able to be more in our wisdom would have created a better result. In this episode, I will share with you some thoughts on choosing the best timing and delivery for those important conversations you need to have.Concepts, tools and applications I discuss relate directly to Episode #2 about the structure of conscious communication and Episode #4 about needs-based negotiation. Please support Co-creating Peace by:Becoming a patron at www.patreon.com/CocreatingPeaceSubscribing to Co-creating Peace on your favorite podcast providerSend me your ideas for topics and guests, or be a guest to talk about your communication or conflict resolution challenges and receive free communication coaching.Tell the world about Co-creating Peace! 
Welcome to "The Leader's Inward Journey”, Episode #61 of Co-creating Peace, a podcast series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  In today’s world, wise, ethical and empathetic leadership is needed more than ever. Where do those traits come from? How are they developed? In my conversation today with Terry Wildemann, we’ll explore these questions, as we discuss intuitive leadership and the Law of Attraction.An Intuitive Success Navigator, Terry Wildemann helps spiritual entrepreneurial leaders connect deeply with their inner guidance system to control overwhelm, awaken the possibilities, and attract prosperity. She is an experienced entrepreneur, the founder of Intuitive Leadership® U, a speaker, and author of 2 solo and 7 co-authored books. To learn more about Terry and her work, go to intuitiveleadership.com.Please support Co-creating Peace by:Becoming a patron at www.patreon.com/CocreatingPeaceSubscribing to Co-creating Peace on your favorite podcast providerSend me your ideas for topics and guests, or be a guest to talk about your communication or conflict resolution challenges and get free communication coaching.Tell the world about Co-creating Peace! 
Welcome to "Nourishing Wisdom in Children", Episode #60 of Co-creating Peace, a podcast series about conscious communication and conflict transformation. I’m joined today by Gramps Jeffrey, to talk about his children’s book, “I Don’t Want to Turn 3”, a book that explores what goes through a toddler’s mind as he faces turning 3. Age 3, as this toddler sees it, is the age when he’ll have to take responsibility for his actions, which he is not looking forward to. This story also involves conflict resolution with children, and the roles that parents and grandparents can have in nourishing wisdom in children. It is based on the true experiences Gramps Jeffrey has had with his 6 grandchildren.
Welcome to "Using Conscious Communication to Attract What You Want in Life” – Episode #59 of Co-creating Peace, a podcast series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  With me today is Marta Greca to share what she has learned about the power of conscious communication and how that has impacted her family and her life.As you listen to my conversation with Marta, if you recognize yourself in some of those communication patterns she describes that didn’t work well for her in the past, I am happy to support you in your communication transformation with communication coaching. You can go to the Communication Coaching page at www.bridgesofpeace.com to learn more, and feel free to reach out to me for a free 30-minute initial consultation to help you determine if communication coaching is right for you.Marta is lovingly nicknamed by her colleagues as the Millionaire Minimalist. As the CEO of MEDIA - The Creative Agency, Marta and her team help women business leaders attract their ideal clients so they can focus on serving their own clients as they expand their brands internationally. As an established business leader herself, Marta coaches countless emerging entrepreneurs on how to set their businesses up to thrive long-term. But Marta's most important role is as the homeschooling mom to her six kids, and as a daughter, a sister, and wife. Marta is also the proud host of her podcast Marta the Minimalist, and TV show Thriving Women Talk. To learn more about Marta’s work go to mediacreativeagency.com or email her at: marta@mediacreativeagency.com 
Welcome to “Here Comes the Judge”, Episode #58 of Co-creating Peace, a podcast series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  Have you ever noticed yourself writing a story in your head about something that has happened in the world or in your life? For example, think about the events of January 6th. What stories did you write in your head about the people involved or their motivations for doing what they did. What judgements came up for you? Even if you know someone who was there and they told you what their motivations were, that is only one person of the thousands who were there, and the truth for each of them might be different and there is no way for any of us to possibly know their truth unless we’ve asked them. But yet, it’s so easy and – in a way – perfectly natural for us to fill in the blanks in our information with our assumptions and our judgements. Our brain wants to know the whole story, and when it doesn’t have that information, it will fill in the gaps with assumptions based on the way that we see the world – our frame of reference.Or what about when someone doesn’t respond to an email? Our first assumption is that they received our email. Our second assumption is that just because we didn’t receive an email reply, they must not have sent one. Then we start thinking, “I guess I’m not important enough to bother responding to”. Or, “They must not want to collaborate with me.” Or something else along those lines. Then, based on our assumptions, we think, “What a jerk!” or “How arrogant!” Here comes the judge!We become the judge, the jury, or both, and from there, we render the verdict and impose the sentence. In the case of those who participated in the events of January 6th, depending on whose actions we judge to be right or wrong, we determine in our own minds what should happen next. All this based on what we may have heard on the news or by word of mouth, without having actually heard the “testimony” – as it were – of those we are judging.In the case of the person we’ve determined to be guilty of not replying to our email, our verdict may be something like “That’s it then! I’m done with them!” Then we become the executioner and sever our relationship with them.We judge and condemn them, and even execute the sentence, all without even knowing whether or not they received our email, or – if they did – whether or not they responded. Joining me again is Michael Lightweaver, to share his observations and remedies for this all-too-common phenomenon. You may recall that Michael Lightweaver was with us for Episode 9, when we talked about the power of deeply hearing others. Our conversation today is related in many ways.Michael has led a long and interesting life of service to humanity. Among his many accomplishments, in 2002 he founded the International Institute for Global Leadership, an internet-based study program, whose primary mission is to provide a tuition-free education to individuals who wish to become high-integrity, heart-centered and conscious leaders in their communities and the world.Michael now serves as the steward of the Mountain Light Sanctuary a spiritual retreat center in a remote mountain cove near Asheville, North Carolina where he offers guidance sessions to those who seek him out.Michael has also published 3 books: The World According to Michael, A Day of Grace, and Conscious Creation 101.You can learn more about the International Institute for Global Leadership by going to www.global-leadership.com. You can learn more about the Mountain Light Sanctuary by going to www.mountainlightsanctuary.com . You can contact Michael through that website as well. You’ll find all of Michael’s books available on Amazon.
Welcome to “A 5-step Framework to Approach a Difficult Conversation”, Episode #57 of Co-creating Peace, a series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  Today, I am joined by Jerry Fu a conflict resolution coach who helps Asian-American leaders advance in their career and life journeys. Jerry will share with us his 5-step Framework for Approaching a Difficult Conversation and examples of how he has used it in situations he’s faced, and in his leadership coaching.Prior to starting his coaching business, Jerry Fu served as a pharmacist and began facilitating leadership workshops in 2012.  Jerry started coaching in 2017 to help other Asian-American professionals deal with the conflict they encounter at work, with their culture, and within themselves.  Jerry offers a range of coaching services, which includes individual coaching, group workshops, and keynote presentations. He has appeared on over seventy podcasts and plans to appear in plenty more. To learn more about Jerry Fu and his work, visit  www.adaptingleaders.com Please support Co-creating Peace by:Becoming a patron at www.patreon.com/CocreatingPeaceSubscribing to Co-creating Peace on your favorite podcast providerSend me your ideas for topics and guests, or be a guestTell the world about Co-creating Peace!
Welcome to “What Results is Peace”, Episode #56 of Co-creating Peace, a podcast series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  You may recall that in Episode #53 Indra Rinzler joined me to talk about The Enneagram of Personality and the Four Doorways to Conscious Living. In our conversation after the interview, Indra shared with me some of his thoughts about conflict and peace. I was intrigued by what he said and invited him back to share those thoughts with you. Indra Rinzler has been a life-long spiritual seeker, and is a healer and teacher who offers life readings for clients. Astrology and the Enneagram of Personality are the main modalities that he shares. His focus is to help clients to awaken to who they really are. He works to help people to live beyond their conditioned stories and to live more in the moment. Indra’s understandings about the way energies work informs much of his thinking about conflict and peace. Wondering how you can support Co-creating Peace to stay strong & live long? Thank you! Here’s how:¨     Become a patron of Co-creating Peace by going to www.patreon.com/cocreatingpeace.  Patrons pledging $10 or more per month will receive thank you gifts ranging from communication worksheets and workbooks to free communication coaching sessions with me and Co-creating Peace t-shirts, coffee mugs and tote bags.¨     Contribute to the content of this podcast:  Send your requests for advice about conscious communication or conflict transformation to oweegon@bridgesofpeace.com. I will honor whatever level of confidentiality you want in my response.¨     Send your ideas for episodes of this podcast, or specific things you’d like to learn about conscious communication and conflict transformation to oweegon@bridgesofpeace.com. Many episode topics and guests were suggested by listeners.¨     Tell the world about Co-creating Peace!
Welcome to "The Unicorn in You”, Episode #55 of Co-creating Peace, a series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  Today, I am joined by Joshua Kramer.  Josh’s upcoming book, "The Unicorn in You", takes an un-self-help approach to finding a path to peace and joy.  By identifying fundamental principles and the standards that guide them, he uses classic stories and timeless quotes to outline practical and actionable steps to reconnect with these universal qualities.  In The Unicorn in You, Josh reveals the everyday structures for stepping out of your head and becoming grounded in your foundation for being. Josh & I discuss how these can help each of us to co-create peaceful relationships.Now available for Pre Order on Amazon.com, "The Unicorn in You" will be released on Tuesday, February 22nd.  Once released, it will also be available at Barnes & Noble, and on theunicorninyou.com.  In the meantime, feel free to visit theunicorninyou.com to learn more about Josh and to connect with him directly. Josh Kramer is the creator of The Unicorn in You, a personal growth and development perspective that emphasizes five key principles as the foundation for peace and joy.  He is the Managing Partner of Kramer Chandler, a Founding Partner of Real Connex, and an active member of YPO.  There are several ways that you can help this podcast stay strong and live long through your financial support, your contributions to the content, and by sharing Co-creating Peace with others.Become a patron of Co-creating Peace by going to www.patreon.com/cocreatingpeace.  Patrons pledging $10 or more per month will receive thank you gifts ranging from communication worksheets and workbooks to free communication coaching sessions with me and Co-creating Peace t-shirts, coffee mugs and tote bags.To contribute to the content of this podcast:  Send me your requests for advice about conscious communication or conflict transformation. I will honor whatever level of confidentiality you want in my response.If you have ideas for episodes of this podcast, or specific things you’d like to learn about conscious communication and conflict transformation, please let me know. These are very welcome content contributions. Many episode topics and guests were suggested by listeners like you.Write to me with any questions you may have about anything I’ve shared with you. I will reply within 2 business days. I want this show to have a direct and positive impact on your life!The best way to reach me is to email me at oweegon@bridgesofpeace.com. 
Welcome to “Your Many Facets”, Episode #54 of Co-creating Peace, a podcast series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.  Today’s episode may feel like a bit of a walkabout as you hear the thoughts I will share, yet I invite and encourage you to journey with me on this little adventure of the mind. By the end of this episode, you will have new insights into yourself and others, and some new tools that will help you to more mindfully choose how you want to relate to others in any given situation.Back in the mid-1980’s when I was studying psychology in college, I observed something about the human psyche which I call the multi-faceted sphere – each facet a different personality through which the light of our soul shines. I came to understand through my studies in the classroom, and my observation of myself and others, that we all have many different personalities residing within us, some of which are common to all of us, others which are unique to an individual, formed by our innate characteristics and life circumstance. Any of these personalities may come to the forefront without our consciously being aware of it, evoked by the situation we are in and our emotional response to that situation. Yet, we can mindfully choose which personality to bring forward to best address the situation we are in and the people we are interacting with.
Welcome to “The Enneagram of Personality and the Four Doorways to Conscious Living". Episode #53 of Co-creating Peace, a podcast series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.Today, I am speaking with Indra Rinzler - a life-long spiritual seeker who will share a valuable tool for increasing our self-awareness and our understandings about others – Enneagram of Personality. We’re also going to talk about the 4 Doorways to Conscious Living.Indra Rinzler is a healer and teacher and offers life readings for clients. Astrology and the Enneagram of Personality are the main modalities that he shares. He’s been studying astrology and spirituality for fifty years. He first learned of the Enneagram of Personality in 1999. He uses these two modalities individually and in combination. His focus is to help clients to awaken to who they really are. He works to help people to live beyond their conditioned stories and to live more in the moment. To learn more about Indra and his work, and to harvest his generous offer of a Vedic astrology chart and free Enneagram test, at no charge to the Co-creating Peace audience, go to www.IndraRinzler.com, or email him at: IndraRinzler@gmail.com. You can also find him on Facebook at www.facebook.com/indra.rinzler
Welcome to “Why CARE?" Episode #52 of Co-creating Peace, a podcast series about conscious communication and conflict transformation.Today, I am speaking with Sam Thiara about an acronym he has created that is central to his outlook and his work: CARE, which stands for Collaboration, Adaptability, Resilience and Empathy. We’ll talk about why this is so important and how it might be applied.Sam Thiara is a professional who has created a personal journey as a speaker, storyteller, writer, educator, mentor, coach, entrepreneur, problem solver and community activator. His goal is to engage individuals in their personal and professional development, work with teams and organizations on alignment and the 45+ non-profits that he has worked with over the years.  Presently, he teaches at the Beedie School of business, at Simon Fraser University and is also the Founder and Chief Motivating Officer at Ignite the Dream Coaching and Consulting, a platform that engages his audience to define their path.  A key element is transformational practices where he has become an expert in career coaching (15-40 year old’s) with over 5,000 conversations to date and supporting teams and organizations.  He has authored two books, one on storytelling and the other a travel memoir about his journey to India to find his ancestral roots with a faded photograph.  He has also spoken at two different TEDx conferences.He is the author of “Lost and Found” in which he tells the story of his seemingly impossible quest to find his grandfather’s village in India —armed with little more than a faded photograph.To learn more about Sam Thiara and his work, visit his website at: www.sam-thiara.com 
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