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Create the Relationship You Most Want With Yourself & Others – Live Feb. 19-22

Deepen Your Connections Through Unconditional Love, Vulnerability & Trust

Are you longing for true romantic partnership? Deeper connections with your children and other family members? More effective collaboration in the workplace?

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if every relationship in your life was built on authenticity, conscious communication, and mutual trust?

The genius of collaboration, the joys of love, and the gifts of social synergy can only emerge out of conscious partnerships…

Yet, these skills are not innate.

If conditioning, trauma, and fear are preventing you from creating the deeper connections you desire…

… I’m excited to invite you to join the Conscious Partnering Conference, brought to you by The Shift Network —taking place online and on the phone February 19-22, 2019 — where you’ll discover the keys to true intimacy and co-creating with others.

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Conscious Partnering Conference:
>> Discover the Keys to True Intimacy & Co-Creating with Others <<
February 19-22, 2019

Free Online Event Conscious Partnering Conference: Discover the Keys to True Intimacy & Co-Creating with Others February 19-22, 2019

You’ll find more than 45 speakers — including Deva Premal and Miten, Gay and Katie Hendricks, Judith Ansara, Robert Gass, Lion Goodman, Carista Luminare, Andrew Harvey, Anodea Judith, and many others — supporting your journey to develop, honor, and revere true conscious partnership.

>> RSVP here for the Conscious Partnering Conference — at no charge <<

The powerful lineup of evolutionary teachers will share with you exactly how to build successful relationships, business partnerships, and collaborations — from your home to the office to groups that share your passion for positive change — based on clear principles and practices that create fulfilling partnerships and allow everyone’s gifts to shine.

During this unparalleled 4-day gathering, you’ll discover:

  • How to gracefully navigate common triggers and conflict in intimate relationships

  • Essential tips for communicating your desires effectively to get your needs met

  • Keys to consciously parenting your children

  • Important differences in masculine and feminine relating styles to help you better understand each other

  • The importance of creating deep bonds with your communities — moving beyond “me” to “we”

  • The role spirituality plays in creating relationships of depth, honesty, and full acceptance

  • Tips for igniting your erotic intelligence

  • A path toward claiming your divinity and redefining love-making as you age

  • Wisdom for embodying the full spectrum of your gender identity

The Conscious Partnering Conference is specifically designed to provide you with the insights, skills, and practices you need for finding and sustaining romance… creating deeper bonds with your children… building fun and successful business partnerships… or collaborating with others to bring about the peace, sustainability, and abundance for all that you know is possible.

Join in to discover how you can transform your life (and our world) through ALL of your relationships.

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Learning to Be a More Effective Listener

Learning to Be a More Effective Listener


Cultivating the art of good listening is essential if we are ever to enjoy meaningful and effective communication with others. Sincerely taking the time to reflect upon what someone is telling you and sincerely seeking to understand their message is critical.

It is actually quite shocking how many individuals think they are listening to what someone is saying, when in fact they are just using the person’s words to launch their own opinions. This often gives rise to misunderstandings and even fights.

The sad truth is, most of us picked up horrible listening habits in our earlier years, and we haven’t learned an effective strategy for breaking these bad, relationship compromising habits. Here are some of the things that most of us do habitually:

* We let the other person go on talking while we just “blank out” and think about our own agendas.

* We become easily distracted and break our attention at the sign of any little external thing.

* We start judging what the person is saying, running their words through our own filters and only thinking about how we’re going to respond.

* We assume that we “know where the person is going with this” and simply interrupt them for the sake of saving time.

* We process what the person is saying in terms of whether or not we agree with it, instead of truly seeking to understand where the speaker is coming from.

* We allow our own personal anxiety to draw us to irrational conclusions about what is being said, often putting ourselves in a defensive stance even though what the person is saying does not warrant such behavior.

* We simply become impatient and just want to butt in and talk.

If any of these apply to you, you are not alone. These are without question the most common reasons for a gross lack of understanding when it comes to the way we communicate with each other. The first step to changing these habits is to simply become aware of them. Be honest with yourself. After you’ve become aware that you do these things, there are a few steps you can take to begin the process of becoming a better listener.

1. Apply good old self-discipline. Make the most concerted possible effort you can to stay focused on the message that the speaker is trying to relay to you. Avoid distractions to the very best of your ability.

2. Pay attention to the nonverbal cues the speaker is giving you. Pay attention to their eye contact, hand gestures, etc. and do your best to fully engage yourself in their world. You can even try mimicking their posture and tempo, as this will make you feel more connected to them, and vice-versa.

3. Don’t block out things you don’t want to hear. Process as much of what they are saying as you possibly can.

4. Don’t jump to conclusions. Avoid making assumptions about the speaker‘s motives. Do NOT interrupt, even if they seem to be rambling. Just listen. Relax and listen.

5. Engage yourself in his or her world. When they have finished saying something, don’t interject with your own thoughts and opinions. Ask questions and encourage him or her to talk even more!

6. Instead of assuming you know what’s been said, if there could be more than one meaning, don’t hesitate to ask the speaker to clarify. This can go a long way toward preventing nasty disputes.

As with any new skill, effective listening takes time to master, but the payoffs are well worth the time and effort you invest. The joy you will get out of your relationships will soar to new heights. People will fall in love with you and think the world of you. And you might just find that you are being listened to a lot more yourself!

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