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April 2008 celebrations!
I have three celebrations to share with you!
I celebrate 6 years of cooperation with Liv Larsson and Kay Rung out from which we created very satisfying and nurturing 6th Experimental NVC Week "Art of Living TOgether" a month ago. I celebrate the 34 participants from 10 countries from all over Europe and even from US - so sweet to imagine that they bring seeds of love and care for everyone's needs to many places in world. ANd I feel so nurtured by feedback that participants shared at the end of training. Many of them announced that we created a space where deep transformation, healing and connection has happened. Some of them told that this week showed them how they want to live!
I feel also deep satisfaction about how we as leaders of this weekwere working and playing together before, during and after thistraining! And how much I see us been growing during those years! Thisis a great source of nurturing for me in many ways!
My second celebration is about weekend training in Romania that I wasleading together with Ian Peatey (hopefully soon certifyed trainer!).THis was our first time to work together and I celebrate the connection, trust and fun that we had. I also feel tremendousgratitude towards Mona - "the nvc engine" in Romania - who organisedthis training. Haven been a "first one" and quite lonely in my countryI so much enjoy contributing to her work and growth of nvc networkover there!
Third celebration is about 25 university students who were graduated in their one-year nvc e-course last thursday! I celebrate that these25 students will be graduated this spring and go to their workplaces (kindergartens!!!) and bring the nvc with them! I celebrate that inour final one-hour open nvc presentation also the rector of University
was present and he enjoyed what he heard and watched and he alsoexpressed his interest to reach with nvc all university teachers!!!
Ahh! What a joy to see all those seeds growing in different parts of world as well as in my home - Estonia!
warmly in cooperation