Living ethically in a changing world by practicing Nonviolent Communication (NVC); Rhonda Mills
Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is both a spiritual practice that helps us see our common humanity and a concrete set of skills that help us to live more peacefully. These skills apply to thought, language, and a commitment to a certain use of power. Also known as “Compassionate Communication,” or “Conscious Communication,” NVC involves honest expression, listening with empathy, and developing a more compassionate inner relationship.
Rhonda Mills, a Certified Trainer with the Global Center for Nonviolent Communication (www.cnvc.org), leads public workshops, trainings, and classes in St. Louis and around the country. She has been facilitating transformational work for individuals and groups since 2001. Her training is in Nonviolent Compassionate Communication (NVC), Para Yoga, and Conscious Living and Loving.
A mother of two, Rhonda is passionate about family, community, holistic personal transformation, and sharing what she has learned to make the world a better place for us all. Her personal vision statement epitomizes her passion and commitment to NVC. “All people are connected with the life that flows through them, have support for wholeness and living in harmony with needs, and experience aliveness, fulfillment, inner freedom, and thriving relationships.”