Dialogic Methods: Resources for Strengthening Community

Dialogue is a mindfulness/awareness practice of mutual deep listening and exchange that unfolds through conversation to reveal collective insight. It allows participants to examine how thought can construct reality and also may create separation between self and other, themes central to the Shambhala teachings. Dialogue is especially helpful when there are strong differences of opinion, high emotional energy, and uncertainty or ambiguity about the future.

A Shambhala Introduction to Dialogue

Dialogue as Collective Skillful Means

Bringing the process to the path

For further training, consultation, or information on dialogic methods, you may contact the following specialists (available for free online consultation; limited availability for in-person workshops; fees and expenses negotiable):

dian marie hosking (Europe): dianmarie@mac.com

David Rome (North America): hastyrome@gmail.com

Are you experienced in dialogic methods and willing to offer your expertise to the community? Please contact us so we can learn more about you and explore how you might be able to help. In your message, please include a brief overview of your experience, geographical region, general availability, usual fees (if any), and contact information. Thank you!