Talk-It-Out Radio

KPFA’s New Show Talk-It-Out Radio Demonstrates the Practice of Nonviolent Communication

Join us for the premier of Talk It Out Radio on KPFA this Sunday January 8th from 7-8pm. Talk it out Radio is dedicated to sharing the importance of mindfulness and nonviolent communication (NVC) and provides skills for effective and meaningful communication. This Sunday, meet our hosts, NVC and Buddhist practitioners Marlena Willis, Nancy Kahn and Timothy Regan as we share the importance of nonviolent communication┬áin our own lives, our relationships and in creating community. We will focus on self-connection and share stories of great self-compassion and self-empathy and also talk with you. You exist, you matter, your own life is sacred. Please join us and call in to talk with us and practice mindfulness and nonviolent communication as we wake up “on the right side of the bed” to get started in our important work for 2017!

  • David Faubion

    This new weekly on KPFA Sunday evening will foster mindfulness and nurture NVC, both of which are vital for us working to improve the world and ourselves.

    Truth and reconciliation is our guide, our saving grace in each relationship, in each encounter and across time and space.

    Empathy is essential for the oppressed who could not know NVC growing up with strife and conflict. Empathy is vital for those who hold in their hurt until it bursts out in rage against an apparent oppresor or the real endemic tyranny, which far too many of us carry with us. Tyranny is what moves me to act for justice; yet the paradox of my emotional idiocy in the face of the slightest injustice too often disrupts my work.

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