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Peace Cafe - Peacefully Navigating Change

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Cafe C'est la Vie

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Moncton, NB E1C 1E9

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Participate in this Peace Café on March 7 for a connected conversation about how to de-stress and navigate the accelerating pace of change

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PARTICIPATE IN A CONNECTED CONVERSATION TO ELEVATE COMMUNITY

Language: English

Conversation Topic: Peacefully Navigating Change

There is extraordinary change happening in our world and most people are experiencing that the pace of change is accelerating. This can result in feelings such as grief and loss, betrayal, anger, fear of losing control and other stressful emotions. How can we navigate change so that we remain at peace no matter what is happening around us? How can we thrive in change rather than just survive? HOW CAN WE BE THE CHANGE?

What are Peace Cafés?

Peace Cafés are an opportunity to connect, dialogue, learn and grow together as we seek to understand the challenges and opportunities of our times. They can help us lessen the divide between us to discover more connection, community and unity within our diversity.

Peace Cafés, patterned after the Conversation Café Method, are simple, hosted opportunities to have conversations about any subject related to peace. This simple process helps to shift us from small talk to BIG talk conversations about peace matters. More than big talk, it is an opportunity for deep listening and understanding that can take us each into peacful actions.

In Peace Cafés, small groups of up to 8 people gather together around a table to talk about the specific peace topic chosen for the conversation. To assist in creating safe and open conversation, participants are first invited to accept six Agreements for their participation in the conversation. Peace Cafés typically last between 60 and 90 minutes. They are free and open for anyone to attend.

Your Café Host:

This Peace Café will be hosted by Richard Schultz from WisdomWays as part of the Greater Moncton Peace Leaders Initiative. We are grateful to the Moncton Café Cest la Vie allowing us to use their cafe for this event.

As we have limited space available, please register here and invite your friends to also register. Questions about this workshop may be addressed to richard@wisdomways.net

Please join us and help us spread the word!

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Language: Anglais

C`'est quoi un Café de Paix?

Les Cafés de Paix créent une occasion de connecter, avoir un dialogue, apprendre et grandir ensemble alors que nous cherchons à comprendre les défis et les opportunités de ces temps-ci. Ils peuvent nous aider à réduire la séparation entre nous afin de découvrir plus de connexion, de communauté et d`'unité au sein de notre diversité.

Les Cafés de Paix, conçus sur la méthode des Cafés de discussion (http://www.conversationcafe.org), sont des événements simples qui sont organisés afin d`'avoir des discussions concernant tout sujet lié à la paix. Le processus simple nous aide à s`'éloigner des banalités et de passer à des discussions fructueuses au sujet de la paix. Au-delà des paroles, les Cafés de Paix visent une écoute et compréhension profondes qui peuvent mener chacun de nous à des actions paisibles.

Lors des Cafés de Paix, des petits groupes de jusqu`'à 8 personnes se rassemblent autour d`'une table afin de discuter à propos d`'un sujet prédéterminé lié à la paix. Afin de créer un environnement sécuritaire propice à une discussion ouverte, on demande d`'abord aux participants de consentir à six Accords de participation. Les Cafés de Paix durent habituellement entre 60 à 90 minutes. Ils sont gratuits et ouverts à toutes et tous.

Puisque les places sont limitées, veuillez-vous inscrire ici et invitez vos ami-e-s à faire de même. Veuillez faire parvenir vos questions au sujet de cet événement à richard@wisdomways.net

Rejoignez-nous et passez le mot!

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