The 3 keys of the CNV (non-violent communication)

The cnv or non-violent communication was born in the 60s. It is thanks to the work of psychology of Marshall Rosenberg its founder, Doctor in Clinical Psychology. His method has been confirmed many times by all the work on the neuroscience brain. This work has concluded that human beings are built over time by various layers that succeed one another. The reality we create is elaborated by our thoughts, our beliefs, our emotions, our lived experiences. It's a whole system of values ​​that does not belong to us personally.

"Your beliefs engender thoughts, your thoughts engender your words, your words engender your actions, your tests engender your habits, your habits engender your values ​​and your values ​​engender your destiny". Gandhi

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<p>We can not afford to choose our family. Neither can we choose our skin color or our social environment. On the other hand, <strong>we are the result of our interactions with this environment in which we lived.</strong> Be it parents, master or mistresses, mates, relationships, college, work. We can not be conscious, especially not in our infancy until our teenage and then adult life we ​​live situations that will condition us for later.</p>
<h3>Our representation system</h3>
<p>Knowing that our system of representation of "our world" is closely related to our needs to be accepted, loved, recognized. It impacts us and our state of being in the eyes of others and of society in general. We put ourselves in the shoes of someone who is not necessarily us. The observation is that we do not have the necessary perspective to ask ourselves the question of our habits. Not even our beliefs, our ways of thinking that we imagine "normal", innate or natural.</p>
<h3>Depth and impact</h3>
<p>The depth and impact of this method is precisely knowing how to take a step back. In fact, it allows us to become aware of formatting and educational, social and cultural conditioning. <strong>These codes fuel forms of violence related to fear of others.</strong> Because these packages separate us from each other. They accustom us to judge, to measure, to analyze each other in relation to the other, and to feel superior or inferior. To think inexorably that what the other person thinks is fundamentally <strong>good or bad, true or false.</strong> While knowing that these judgments are the source of projections that we make of the other from ours. It makes us feel the difference, from the point of view of others. We limit ourselves, we brimp ourselves, we stop thinking only according to what <strong>these conditionings have accustomed us to be.</strong></p>
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