“Transcending the Tsunami of Hatred”, Episode #127

What does one do to co-create peace in times like these? Are we powerless to alter the direction and momentum in which humanity seems to be propelling itself helter-skelter into the abyss of mutual destruction? Are we destined to drown in the tsunami of hatred that threatens to wash away all that is good and beautiful in the world?

Or, could we somehow, some way, transcend the tsunami of hatred, help others to do the same, and alter the dark & terrifying path we are heading down?

Welcome toTranscending the Tsunami of Hatred”, Episode #127 of Co-creating Peace, a podcast about conscious communication and conflict transformation.

What if I told you that you, yes YOU, could be the single spark that ignites a global movement towards peace? Imagine a world where each individual can counteract the tide of hatred and violence, simply by embracing kindness, compassion, and collaboration. This episode of Co-Creating Peace is all about empowering you to make that profound impact. I’ll share practical strategies for resisting hatred and fostering peace, even when it feels like an uphill battle.

Join me on a journey toward co-creating a more peaceful world, one person, one deep connection at a time. Highlights include specific ways you can implement these four techniques to help you transcend hatred:

  1. Live mindfully
  2. Transcend judgement
  3.  Act in the opposite of that which you do not condone
  4. Show up with kindness, compassion and collaboration.

You can hear additional information on mindfulness in my conversation with mindfulness expert and teacher, Andrew Safer in Episodes #71 & #72. Learn about my living mindfully learning retreat here.

Please join me for the Nov. 4th free online Empathy Summit – Why is Empathy Essential in Conflict Resolution? We’ll hear from 5 international conflict resolution experts, followed by an opportunity to participate in Empathy Circles dialogues with other summit participants. This is a unique and wonderful opportunity! To learn more about the summit and to register, visit https://www.empathysummit.com