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Cultures Of Peace: The Hidden Side Of History New Theory, Old Practice:  Nonviolence And Quakers Peace Is The Way: Writings On Non-violence From The Fellowship Of Reconciliation Practicing Peace: A Devotional Walk Through The Quaker Tradition

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Into Full Flower

Into Full Flower

Making Peace Cultures Happen

Elise Boulding, an American Quaker, and Daisaku Ikeda, a Japanese Buddhist, began their journeys in peace building from vastly different locales and traditions. However, as these fifteen intimate conversations reveal, shared wisdom grows from an unwavering commitment to a better world. Throughout these dialogues, the authors explore the dynamic qualities of peace cultures. Translated from a 2006 Japanese version, this book gives no information about the circumstances under which these dialogues occurred or how they were recorded.

Dialogue Path Press 2010 168 PP. Paper

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Conflict Resolution Therapy ( Elf Self Help )

Conflict Resolution Therapy ( Elf Self Help )

With 38 thoughts on Conflict resolution, each illustrated by an "Elf" picture this is a cute but useful tome. When conflict does arise, it can be a struggle to find common ground. Conflict Resolution Therapy defines some basic skills to respectfully listen to one another's perspectives and work toward mutually beneficial solutions to our problems. If we know how to deal with conflict constructively, we can come out of these discussions stronger, and with a deepened sense of trust.

One Caring Place 2010 42 PP. Paper

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Everything Is Workable

Everything Is Workable

A Zen Approach To Conflict Resolution

gives readers the tools they need for dynamic, vital, and effective relationships, both personal and professional. Diane Musho Hamilton draws on her years of experience as a professional mediator, Zen practitioner, and student of Ken Wilber's Integral Philosophy to present a spiritual approach to conflict resolution, providing teachings along with practices and exercises that can be applied to any sort of relationship in which conflict is a factor. Few people would say they like conflict. Most of us try like heck to avoid it. If we take up meditation practice, we often expect that to make conflict go away. But . . . surprise! It never does.

Shambala 2013 218 PP. Paper

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