Have you ever felt that tendency to give yourself away in relationships? Like you are always doing what the other person wants, living the life they aspire to live? Before long you don’t even know who you are or what kind of life you’d be living if it were just up to you?
This can leave you feeling lonely and lost, like you don’t matter. But you do!
There is a way to be in relationship and be heard, seen, acknowledged. It is possible to live in a mutually respectful partnership.
Click the video below to listen in on a teleclass by Dr. John Abd al-Qadir Davies, Ph.D., about Finding Yourself in Relationship. For over 35 years, Dr. Davies has been helping a range of clients, including leading conflict resolution and peace-building initiatives in over 25 countries, and helping families to resolve conflict and live into healthy and personally prosperous relationships.
Dr. Davies also teaches conflict transformation and prevention at the University of Maryland, and Spiritual Peacemaking at the University of Spiritual Healing and Sufism.
We hope you find this class valuable. It is one of a “Best of” series of teleclass replays being released this season. To receive links to all of the programs in this series, Click here to register.
Finding Yourself in Relationship
with Dr. John Abd al-Qadir Davies, Ph.D.
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This webinar was presented by Dr. John Abd al-Qadir Davies, Ph.D., Faculty of The University of Spiritual Healing & Sufism.
After practicing law and psychology and teaching meditation in Australia, he moved to the US in 1982. He has led or partnered in conflict transformation and peace building initiatives in over 25 countries. He has trained thousands of professionals in conflict transformation, prevention and multi-track diplomacy, including political leaders and diplomats, UN peacekeepers, police, educators, religious, traditional and civil society leaders.
Dr. Davies has conducted extensive research on the impact of spiritual and secular techniques in promoting peace, which has been published widely. He served as consultant to various US departments and international governments and organizations.
He has dedicated his life to empowering people, organizations and communities in all cultural and spiritual traditions to create sustainable peace, wholeness and personal growth.
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