The Compassionate Listening Project empowers individuals and communities to transform conflict and create cultures of peace and healing. We accomplish this through educational workshops, multi-media communications, strategic partnerships with humanitarian, social justice and peace-building groups, and training delegations to conflict and post-conflict zones.
- Thu, Sep 08Online 5-Session Workshop SeriesSep 08, 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM PDTOnline 5-Session Workshop Series"Humanity is waking up to our interconnectedness—to one another and to Earth. I believe that listening with compassion to ourselves and others is a key to this awakening, and that our evolutionary capacity is directly linked to our ability to navigate conflict." ~ Leah Green, Founder, TCLP
- Mon, Oct 10Montgomery, AL, USA
- Thu, Oct 208-Session Online Workshop Series
- Sat, Oct 22Online 5-Session Workshop SeriesOct 22, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM PDTOnline 5-Session Workshop SeriesThis 5-week online series will co-create a learning space for exploring our racial conditioning in the framework of Compassionate Listening, a heart-centered practice of deep listening and speaking from the heart. We hope that our inner healing will ripple out into the world through our actions.
"Deep listening is the kind of listening that can help relieve the suffering of another person. You can call it compassionate listening. You listen with only one purpose: to help him or her to empty his heart... Because you know that listening like that, you give that person a chance to suffer less. If you want to help him to correct his perception, you wait for another time. You just listen with compassion and help him to suffer less. One hour like that can bring transformation and healing."
~ Thich Nhat Hanh
Gene Knudsen Hoffman, international peacemaker and Quaker, developed the concept of Compassionate Listening. She was influenced by her teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh. Leah Green founded the Compassionate Listening Project; we created the curriculum and teach world-wide.