My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for The Compassionate Listening Project, Indianola, WA, USA
We just participated in the Compassionate Listening Delegation to Israel/Palestine with a group of 19 in all, including leaders. What an amazing journey - so deep, demanding, fun, informative, thought-provoking. Participants learned the fundamentals of Compassionate Listening while meeting Peace Activists and traumatized citizens on both sides of the conflict, holding space for healing. In addition, Yehudah Winter and I have conducted Compassionate Listening Trainings in 6 villages in Rwanda and introductory trainings for 3 weeks in a small village in Mbale, Uganda for the Abayudaya population. Everyone received the teachings with great enthusiasm and appreciation. It is so amazing when people are truly listened to - when they can express what is closest to their heart. We conduct 2 monthly practice groups in Portland, Oregon, in which participants are encouraged to rotate leadership and to deeply embody these skills in their everyday lives. HIghly recommended as a non-profit worthy of support.
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