The Neuroscience of Nonviolence with Miki Kashtan
The practice of Nonviolence requires a deep rooting in needs. What is the neuroscience of this kind of intentionality and choice, and what does it teach us about our capacities as human? Join Sarah Peyton and special guest Miki Kashtan in an exploration of living nonviolence in these times.
This is primarily a learning and neuroscience content webinar, including a small number of actionable insights and healing process work. If you are seeking healing and resonance practice opportunities, please see Sarah’s upcoming courses here
The practice of nonviolence requires a deep rooting in needs. It requires a rooting that is so deep that it overrides our fight/flight/panicked aloneness/freeze responses. What is the neuroscience of this kind of intentionality and choice, and what does it teach us about our capacities as humans? Can empathy and resonance take us farther into our commitment to nonviolence? And what about protective use of force? How can we explore the nuances of integrity, self-connection and nonviolence in a world where we may be experiencing an intense desire to protect vulnerability and make things happen.