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Eva Rambala

Language of Report: 
English
Year of Report: 
2013
Share My Report With: 
General Public (Including Certified Trainers and Certification Candidates)
A. Approximately how many training days did you have this year?: 
125
B. Briefly list the groups and organizations you worked with this year as a trainer.: 
I work mainly as a freelance trainer with open groups. My dream main focus is NVC based peer mediation for children age 6-10. In 2013 I strengthened my work in schools. I work with their teachers . Did some work with social workers and health care professionals. Offered trainings in Ankara, Turkey, Gliwice, Poland, Albac, Romania, Moscow, Russia, Karachi and Lahore in Pakistan.
C. Approximately how many people did you offer NVC training to this year?: 
900
D. What are you celebrating about your training experiences this year? What was significant for you? What touched your heart?: 
In Budapest, Hungary where I live, more and more people say at the beginning, they come because someone, who already participated on my program, recommended my training to them. This was the first time in my life I was able to run a program by myself for 120 for two days.
E. Would you share some difficult experiences you had while training this year and how you handled them?: 
When I opened my mouth before taking a deep breath and spoke up from anger and frustration. Tried my best to connect with the involved parties.
F. How do you teach the spiritual basis of Nonviolent Communication in your workshops and training programs? : 
In my belief: I am not punished for my sins, but by them. I am not reworded for my good doing, but by them. The real heaven is when I can act out of unconditional love. Using the NVC process can help me to manifest this more and more often.
G. Please describe your social change goals...: 
NVC based peer mediation for children age 6-10. I am convinced, if this generation learns to relate differently to conflicts, by the end of the my life, (assuming I live until 86) there will be no war.
J. Please describe your efforts to create, or join, an NVC circle or organization.: 
.: Monthly meeting with those who would like to do something for sharing NVC in Hungary. With not much result yet.
K. Summarize participants’ evaluations, and how their feedback resulted in new learning or growth for you this past year.: 
Less might be more.
L. What are your current growing edges or challenges as a trainer that you will be working on in the future?: 
how to handle the administrational part of my life.
M. If you found opportunities to work with other trainers this year, please share the most meaningful experiences for you.: 
Connection and experiencing how to look at the same thing from a different perspective.
N. Is there anything else you would enjoy sharing with the CNVC network?: 
Once I looked inside and tried to make friendship with my loneliness. Then, I realized, I feel lonely, because my freedom is more important than belonging. Then I asked the scary question, which group do I really want to be part of full heartedly. And the NVC certified trainers was the only one.
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