Your words carry weight but aren’t heavy once released. Our freedom of speech is under threat because we give others that power to take it from us. Take back that power & give yourself the chance to be heard again.
To engage in unconditional listening, is a rare phenomenon today. What it is, is a shared gift between two people, where both people are attuned to what the other is saying – free from interruptions and judgement. There’s a whisper unheard, which says ‘I hear what you are saying, because I value who you are’.
What’s your take away?
About the Facilitators:
Gratitude Listening Circle Facilitator & Storyteller
When asked ‘what she wanted to be’, Radhika knew there was a bigger question which she wanted to focus on and that was ‘to serve’. On that quest, she chose to work with the youngest age group and tuned herself to early years education and the Montessori system. At the heart of which is the belief that ‘children learn through doing vs repeating’. Through that journey another facet opened for her, storytelling.
Focusing on the youngest listeners – Kahaani Walli’s module gives Radhika the chance to engage children through areas she's passionate about – stories, music and movement. Growing within the walls of the classroom, Radhika constantly sought different ways of cultivating a thirst for knowledge in children; and it led her to realize that she wanted to grow beyond it.
An opportunity presented itself and from it emerged a gateway, that would change everything she knew about herself and her life up till that point. That gateway offered multiple paths, and the one she chose led her to the Gratitude Listening Circle.
It was that space which truly invited her into its fold, and planted the desire for more into her subconsciousness.
Among the many learnings from her initial sessions was the area of Facilitation which awoke the suppressed dream of serving. In facilitation lay the answer to enabling people, empowering them to find the answers that already existed but just needed to be realized.
Her focus now is to share Gratitude Listening Circle with as many people as she can. This is her way of serving the larger community around her. In addition to it, she will continue to reach out to schools and young children through her avatar as Kahaani Walli; other areas that are applicable to children & adults alike.
Harish Bhuvan is a trainer, facilitator, and medical clown. He left his job at IIT Bombay to follow his passion for contributing towards the well-being of children. Since then he has been attached with esteemed hospitals and hospices of India working with terminally ill children and their caregivers. His unique mélange of clowning elements and counselling techniques to release the disease induced trauma in children has been admired by media and public alike.
He founded an organization Compassionate Clowns which is doing a remarkable task of spreading love and laughter in the lives of vulnerable children. Harish wears various hats, he is dedicated towards the development of cause by bringing in like-minded collaborators together. He is also a master trainer and facilitator. He educates children and young adults on the field to resist sexual abuse. Going forward Harish aspires to blend in his clowning elements with the therapeutic essentials required to release the ordeal of childhood sexual abuse faced by survivors and victims. He conducts these training programs by the mode of storytelling.
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