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"Rarely do I find a book that is both ground breaking and well grounded in theory and understanding. Conscious Connectivity extends communication skills and assertiveness in a novel direction that should become the standard in the field. “
Frederic Luskin, Ph.D. Director Stanford University Forgiveness Projects
“Michelle Brenner's book ‘Conscious Connectivity’ provides multiple exciting perspectives …… and is setting a new benchmark for all people interested in holistic approaches to conflict and peace.”
Professor Kevin P Clements, Director National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago, Dunedin New Zealand.
Conversations on Compassion
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"This book offers powerful insights into the nature of compassion, the practice of 'ubuntu', the limits of compassion fatigue and much more. It helps us look more deeply into our own hearts and those of others and recognise what we need to do and become in order to make the world a safer and better place. Read it, practice it, integrate it into who you are and you will start to bring that world into existence."
Kenneth Cloke, author of "The Dance of Opposites: Explorations in Mediation, Dialogue and Conflict Resolution System Design.", Goodmedia,2014
"Compassion has been described as central to the experience of being human, the foundation of morality and civic society, and even the spring from which all spiritual endeavours flow. Conversations on Compassion explores this important concept from a variety of angles, peeling the layers of its complexity chapter by chapter, and inviting the reader to continue to delve into the meaning and praxis of compassion."
Jorge Aroche C.E.O. STARTTS (Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors)