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Compassionate Conflict: Harnessing the Wisdom in our Emotions

June 28 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

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Compassionate Conflict: Harnessing the Wisdom in our Emotions

Conflict is an incredible builder of intimacy when we allow ourselves to be transformed by what’s happening, and the first step is to work with ourselves. When it comes to conflict, most people are limited by not knowing what to do with bodies’ reactions; that is, we get triggered, frustrated, or just need to tap out because we fear harm being caused in whichever direction. 

This seminar is designed specifically to increase your awareness and range of options of how to communicate in the midst of strong emotions, whether anger, sadness or the numbness of confusion or disassociation. Together we will explore the Compassionate Conversations approach that honors the intelligence of our feelings, without being consumed by them, so that we become more conscious of our own states and our responses to others. 

All are welcome. Those who feel controlled by their emotions, whether through overwhelm or avoidance, those who want to deepen in their relationships with others and those who want to learn how conflict can build intimacy over isolation or division will find this seminar particularly useful.

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Kim Loh works at the confluence of communication, embodiment and mindfulness. Kim helps people navigate conflict more fluently, with clarity and compassion, and transform their conflicts and themselves in the process. 

Kim is the co-author of Compassionate Conversations: How to Speak and Listen from the Heart with Diane Musho Hamilton and Gabriel Wilson. Her past work includes mediation and conflict facilitation, peacebuilding research and policy development for the United Nations, international NGOs and universities, and work as a lawyer in London and Singapore. 

She also is a guide of embodiment and meditation, teaching on and off since 2013, since completing two 200-hr RYTTs gratefully received on the healing, alchemical island of Bali, Indonesia. She has found her spiritual home within Zen Buddhism, and is a lineage holder in the White Plum Assanga. Kim is grateful to live and play on the island of Kaua’i, Hawaii. She is currently hosting online weekly sitting groups that all are welcome to join. Learn more at www.kimberlyloh.com