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Dialogue, not monologue.


Communication and Cooperation Works!

“When the adversity will hit, the communication will break.
Never break the communication, neither with an enemy nor
with a friend. Keep communicating. That’s what God does.
Just understand. Communication is vibration. Keep vibrating,
but positively. Never listen to negativity.” Yogi Bhajan

Our mission is to promote chardi kala around the world.
Our scope of service includes promoting diversity and cultural
as taught by Guru Nanak Dev Ji, thereby bringing to
the fore issues of color and caste for the purpose of uplifting people

who have a history of being marginalized, using social media and other
means as platforms to inform various communities of the life experiences
and concerns of marginalized people with regard to the necessity for social
change, dialogue, inclusion, compassion, tolerance, and cultural literacy,
and growth in our human relations going forward in order to better facilitate
the current worldwide shift in global consciousness from tribalism, instability,
and extremism, to harmony, cooperation and enduring peace. And furthermore,
we welcome and support other organizations that promote the transformation of
as taught by Guru Nanak Dev Ji throughout his life and travels.

Our ultimate vision is to afford every person in our community
the opportunities to explore the sensitivities of the human spirit to
wit each person is inspired to (a) teach and interact with people while
maintaining an appreciation for their longing for inclusion, the innate longing
to belong within our human nature; (b) respond with compassionate consideration
and sensitivity to those gender equality, racial, cultural, religious, ethnic, economic,
social, psychological, and philosophical differences that exist within most communities.

Conscious Communication Guidelines

. Speak for yourself, using “I think,” “I feel,” or “In my opinion,” when expressing yourself to the group, rather than attempting to express the opinion of the whole group.

. Take responsibility for your feelings. No one can make you feel anything you do not choose to accept.

. When another person is speaking, listen and demonstrate your presence and engagement verbally or non-verbally.

. Speak to elevate, be honest and establish a shared compassion and reality.

. Speak from your own heart, take ownership of each word as it expresses your heart and reality, not that of others.

. Be aware of your personal assumptions, preconceptions and beliefs and use the neutral mind to fully let in the infinite possibilities of the moment and honor the reality of the other.

. Express and welcome divergent viewpoints (agree to disagree) with the techniques of harmonious communication.

. Be as succinct as possible.            

. One conversation at a time.

. Keep discussion oriented towards solutions and highest good.

. Focus conversation on people who are present.

. Kindness in communication is always well received and can help you make your points clearly. --

See Celestial Communication.

Get Conscious Communication Guidelines pdf.

See Yogi Bhajan On Conscious Communication.

"Never be right or wrong, always be neutral. Speak
not through the positive mind or the negative
mind, but from the neutral mind." Yogi Bhajan

"First of all, as humans we have a wrong way to talk. We talk shallow talk,
we talk showoff talk, we talk convincing talk, we talk sales talk and sometimes we
talk stupid talk. We are not limited to anything. But the only best way to talk in your
life is when you just talk to build an understanding. That's very important." Yogi Bhajan

"Hate nobody, love everybody. It won’t cost you anything. Love never
costs anything. Love is the most selfish act. It gives you so much protection,
grace, and radiance. It doesn’t give you any smallness or suffering. The attitude
of conscious living is to love and give grace to someone worthy of your trust. Do
not seek anything from people. Give love instead, and rely on God." Yogi Bhajan

"When a person wants to relay their feeling and the other person is a receptor of that
relayed feeling, then a relationship is established. And when you do not relay, and you
do not receive or accept the relay, then the relationship is broken. So basically, there is
no relationship, which is permanent. It must be shocking to you, but it's a real truth.
 Relationship is just the continued relay of one personality to another." Yogi Bhajan

Yogi Bhajan On Conscious Communication

Conscious Communication Guidelines.pdf

Guidelines For Community Facilitators

One And One Equals Eleven

Interviewing Techniques

Our Definitions

The Case For Robert's Rules

From 'To Guide an Assembly of Persons'
Paperback Robert's Rules of Order

Part One - The Rules
What They Mean and What They Do

Chapter One
Why Parliamentary Procedure?
Basic Organization Principles

There is a great need for more democratic policies on organization, communal and national levels. Since millions of men and women are banded together in hundreds of thousands of organizations, athletic, business, civic, cooperative, cultural, educational, ethnic, fraternal, labor, philanthropic, political, professional, recreational, religious, scientific, social, etc., etc. -- the faithful observance of democratic principles would become a major and impressive influence in shaping a stronger American democracy.

Robert's Rules of Order has been accepted throughout the United States as the standard authority on parliamentary law and procedure. Hundreds of books have been written to simplify, clarify, and amplify these rules -- all based on Robert's Rules of Order, rarely changing or superseding this approved work.

There seems to be the mistaken notion that only presidents (chairpersons) or aspiring presidents need a knowledge of these rules. It is the member who can change the whole course of the meeting if he has acquired a knowledge of the fundamental laws and procedures. He is then in a position to make a most effective contribution to the group needs; also, he can be on guard to protect the organization when parliamentary law is misused or abused.

General Robert said that if there were no rules or established customs to guide an assembly of persons, and if each could talk on any subject as long and as many times as he pleased, and if all could talk at the same time, it would be impossible in most cases to ascertain their deliberate judgment on any particular matter.

Experience has shown a necessity for...
.) A set of rules,
.) A presiding officer to enforce them and to preserve order, and
.) A recording secretary to keep a record of the business transacted by the assembly.

Chapter Two
What Is The Primary Rule?

Only One Principal-Main Motion at a Time

All business is brought before the meeting by way of 1) a motion or resolution, 2) a report of a committee, or 3) a communication. The terms motion, and question are synonymous; when first stated, it is a motion, and when repeated by the chairman, it is referred to as a question.

Only one such motion can be considered at a time. It must be made by a member and seconded by another member. The maker of a motion must get the floor by rising, addressing the presiding officer and obtaining recognition. The motion should be worded in the affirmative whenever possible.

The presiding officer restates the motion and asks, "Are there any remarks?"

This opens debate on the question. The maker of the motion is entitled to speak first on the motion. All remarks must be addressed to the chairman.

No member may speak a second time on the same question if another member desires to speak on the subject, but he may speak a second time if one who has not spoken is not seeking recognition.

But in formal meetings, if anyone objects, he may not speak more often without permission from the assembly...

When a main motion is before the assembly, it must be accepted or rejected or be disposed of in some way, before another subject can be introduced...

When a group is prepared to accept a motion in its given form, nothing more is required but to take the vote and get the result...

Secondary motions must be made after the main motion is stated and before the vote is taken...

When stating the motion, the chairman should make perfectly clear what it is, and, after the vote is taken, state the result. (BTW: We welcome your feedback.) --

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Conscious Communication Guidelines.pdf

Guidelines For Community Facilitators

The Case For Movers and Shakers

Women Are Much More Than This


Marines Transform Me Into We

Get Robert's Rules of Order

Celestial Communication

All For One, Won For All

Courageous Dialogues

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Diversity Dialogues

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ACT For Diversity

1 Plus 1 Equals 11

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