Rest – Zoom Talk with Shona Cameron
Welcome to Week 3 of the Needs’ Year!
This week Joachim Berggren will have a conversation with Shona Cameron about the need of Rest.
Shona Cameron is an educational psychologist and has been a certified trainer in Nonviolent Communication (NVC) since 2006. Shona’s work in school’s, specialising in consultation with teachers, parents and young people, gave her immense satisfaction. This role enabled her to bring psychology into people’s lives in a way which was practical and supportive. She was the only person in the room who knew about NVC, proving that one conversation can shift a situation from conflict to connection. She cannot decide what to specialise in. Mainly to be found in the NVC learning community she founded: Words are Windows.
Shona says: “I’m choosing to talk about Rest as a need as it is the need where I first experienced the living energy that Robert Gonzales and Susan Skye talked about. We will do the same exercise I did with Susan, a meditation, which is a deep exploration of needs and the life energy within them.”
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Date of the Zoom Talk: 23 January 2022
Time: 18:30-19:15 (CET/Berlin time)
How: ONLINE on ZOOM
Recording: We plan to record this event and make it available to other people. We may also use parts of the recording for marketing and publicity across a range of media. If you do not wish to be recorded, then switch off your camera and microphone for the whole duration of the session.
The recording will be available to the Premium subscribers few days after the meeting.
If you are interested in other Zoom Talks that will be organised in the frame of the Needs’ Year, read more and register HERE.
Besides, we invite you to read a blog post about rest by Joachim Berggren – it is published on Empathic Way Europe’s website HERE.