"Engineering Peace with Thom Bond” is a real-life look at how peace is becoming a reality on our planet. It's also a personal resource to help empower us to create the change we want to see in the world. Listen to practical tips and wisdom from Thom's workshops and training sessions to help make peace a reality in your own life. Episode by episode, witness and be part of the story of peace on our planet.
In this "What Peace Sounds Like" Episode, Thom brings listeners up to date on a project that has formed through his work here on this podcast. It is the next chapter in this real-life practice of Peace Engineering, a chapter which began with his series here with Reverend Dr. Michael Christie titled "A Conversation Between Two Americans".
That episode led to a revival of Thom's work with his former student, retir...
Thom talks about how being connected to oneself first increases our ability to create more connection with others, and self-care for ourselves.Support the show
Thom talks about two self-empathy practices that help us take care of ourselves in a world full of horrors and miracles.Support the show
Thom talks about the importance of empathy from others in overcoming "stuckness" in our self-empathy process.Support the show
In this episode Thom discusses the things that were troubling for NVC creator, Marshall Rosenberg and how that effected the creation of The Compassion Course.
Thom also discusses the "technology" of the course and what he has done to improve the way that we learn Marshall's work.
Thom talks about how self-empathy can help us make life-serving choices when we are triggered or upset.Support the show
This is a workshop clip where Thom gives us a powerful and practical way to explore the breadth and depth of our shared human needs.Support the show
This is a workshop clip from Thom about the discipline of not speaking while angry, and a moment Thom had with his teacher and friend, Marshall Rosenberg.Support the show
Thom talks about the profound value of asking about Life Energy (feelings and needs) in the current moment.Support the show
Thom describes a way to see ourselves as an empathic presence.Support the show
Thom talks about how we can start to deal with people we call Narcissists.Support the show
A closer look at why we like chocolate so much.Support the show
Thom talks about choices we can make when we don't have a shared understanding or "shared reality" with others.Support the show
New Dialog and Deescalation Training for Police starts July 7th. For the whole talk, listen to Episode 3.Support the show
In this episode, Thom interviews his former student and current training partner- a seasoned police officer from NYC who has successfully used, and now teaches, empathic interaction to encourage nonviolent resolutions and arrests.
Listen in as Thom and Ret. NYC Police Detective Anthony Torres talk about their history and how Anthony applied what he learned in a class, to his work on the streets of New York City.
Thom answers a seemingly deep question about our nature.Support the show
This is a segment of Thom's recent Compassion Course Anger workshop where he paints a big picture of where we are today as individuals and as a planet when it comes to anger - and shows us something we can all do about it.
In this session, Thom talks us through the transformation of anger with needs awareness. From the inner process of self-empathy and embodying needs to the outer process of expressing ourselves powerfully with...
This is an excerpt from a conversation between Thom Bond and Reverend Dr. Michael Christie. They discuss how Needs-Based Relating (NBR) can help us navigate the inner and outer relationship challenges of family holiday celebrations, differing beliefs, masks, and more, in a Covid world.Support the show
This is a workshop excerpt where Thom discusses the inner and outer perspectives of connecting with people who are experiencing intense emotions - plus how to express your own intensity without judgment.Support the show
This is the continuation of a conversation between Thom Bond (author of The Compassion Course) and Reverend Dr. Michael Christie (Chaplain). They discuss, race, fear, disconnection, slavery, universal human needs, police violence, and much more. It provides a perspective on where we Americans are, how we got here, where we're headed, and what we can do right now.Support the show
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