Pickering, Canada (PressExposure) August 30, 2014 -- Drawing perspective from many years of experience in the field of martial arts and conflict management, Shoto-Chi founder and first time author Robert J. Norton bares revolutionary insights about the nature of conflict and its underlying psychology -- explored in detail in his debut nonfiction title "Pine-Wave Energy"(published by Trafford Publishing). He introduces dynamic techniques in conflict resolution that have further applications in both personal and professional aspects of living.
In "Pine-Wave Energy," Norton takes a rounded perspective that not only deals with understanding one's own personal emotions and perception, but also continues through to protecting one's personal space from a perceived or actual physical threat. It is a tool to understanding perception within conflict, how emotions become the catalyst for conflict, communication styles and personality types. It also shares effective techniques regarding verbal and non-verbal communication inclusive of the systematically developed QSC strategy. Furthermore, it introduces the basics of the dynamic technique known as the Fence. This technique has been developed over many years of studying human behavioral patterns by the Shoto-Chi's founder. This technique integrates NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) to assist in the control of one's personal space.
"The rounded nature of the book offers a fresh perspective on all things about conflict and provides effective strategies for both personal and professional environments," Norton says. Through his writing, the author hopes to create a positive impact in many lives, both in the individual and organizational levels.
Pine-Wave Energy: A Guide to Conflict Resolution by Robert J. Norton Ph.D.
Trade Paper ISBN: 978-1-49074-022-5
$10.77; 150 pp.
Hard Cover ISBN: 978-1-49074-023-2
$20.77; 150 pp.
E-book ISBN: 978-1-49074-024-9
$3.99; 119 pp.
Release Date: June 29, 2014
Available through: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
"Calmness is paramount and one of the most usable skills in almost all aspects of life. It doesn't matter if you are entering conflict or climbing a mountain. Calmness helps us to focus. It allows us to digest information and objectively make a decision. When in conflict with another, calmness provides us structure. It provides us the key skill to attempt to resolve. It allows us to think and to evaluate the conflict, the environment, and the potential impact our actions will have on the conflict."
"I have yet to come across a book that covers so many areas within conflict as this does. The insight into perception and especially calmness helped me tremendously as a teacher."
"One of the best books I have ever read on the topic of verbal conflict and resolution. I recommend it to everyone, regardless of their occupation or qualifications."
- Chris Roberts http://www.shoto-chi.com
About The Author:
Robert J. Norton is the founder of a unique art specializing in the realistic approach to conflict resolution through the understanding of human behavior. This art is called Shoto-Chi. After founding his art over 24 years ago he has continuously evolved his art by learning more about conflict resolution and especially human behavior within conflict. As result he has now put his extensive research and principles into this book. Rob and his family currently reside in Canada. Visit Rob's website at shoto-chi.com for more information.
Pine-Wave Energy: A Guide to Conflict Resolution is available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Trafford Publishing.