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September 8, 2020 41 min

Amarjit discusses the importance of authentic and effective communications. He talks about the 3 components of communications and how to understand and improve your capacity to be authentic and effective when communicating: 1) Listening - the most important aspect of communications and where most communication falters. He goes on to inform the listener what is faulty listening and how to properly listen.  2) Processing - taking what has been communicated and observing the reaction within. He talks about faulty processing and how to create awareness and to use this stage to be more authentic and improve your capacity to understand habit patterns. Amarjit shares an experience from his first vipassana retreat in Bodh Gaya, India that helped him understand problems with his own communications at this stage. 3) Speaking – communicating with non-violent communication and with proper intention. He discusses how to use this stage to connect to others without judgment. At the end of the show, Amarjit shares an experience that happened while sitting under the famous Bodhi Tree, where Siddhartha Gautama became Buddha.

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