Do you know that the “Making Violence Obsolete” project, sponsored by New Horizons Small “Zones of Peace” Project has more than forty-five years of training, development and practical application experience and expertise behind it?
The latter, the expertise alone, is based on mentors and trainers who have guided us with a knowledge and experience base that goes back as far as 26,000 years. You can read about our primary mentors, Martin G. Groder, M.D. and Murat Yagan at the links posted here.
Check them out!!
For the more recent developments and applications of these many resources, visit my, Anastasia’s, two other blog sites; Anastasia The Storyteller and Exploring Your Dark Side: The Adventure of A Lifetime.
And be sure to take advantage of the learning tools offered on all three of our blog sites by utilizing the various inventories and page links to extended articles The two most important of these are: the “Where Is Your Compassionate Warrior Hiding?” inventory and the Spectrum of Love inventory.
The importance of these two, as we weave them together, has to do with their relevance to the following premise.
Our Premise is this --
Violence “could” become obsolete, “someday”, if we start, now, doing more and more of the right things and, together, stop doing the “wrong” ones!”
The “Compassionate Warrior” inventory helps us identify personal traits that lead us down the path of “what not to do” while the “Spectrum of Love” inventory helps us identify what we need to be doing instead. We all have strengths and weaknesses that both of these spotlight. The challenge lies in what we decide to do about these.
Other teaching/learning tools presented on our blog sites are as follows:
- The Lean In Legacy Template
- Essentials of Exceptional Leadership
- The Bus Ride Story Adventure (Our number “One” top of the line training adventure experience!!!)
“beginning” to familiarize yourself with the foundation principles and practices of our “Making Violence Obsolete” approach. At its highest level we are offering to guide you on the adventure of a lifetime.
Do you have what it takes to make the climb?
If you believe you might have what it takes in terms of stamina, dedication, devotion, passion and poise to climb the rugged Mountain of Awe we are pledged to help you mount, find out more about our various “How To Get Involved” programs. Then arrange for your personal assessment and consultation to see if you can fully qualify for our training programs and get involved in a manner that is tailored to best suit you.
Contact Anastasia (contact information below), your guide to climbing the Mountain of Awe, for further and more personalized assistance. (Awe defined.)
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