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Luminaria Circle

Wonderfully imaginative & reflective exercise for the dark.

  • Ideal contemplative tool
  • Multiple metaphors
  • Connects to Full Value
  • Inspires creativity

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Contributor Mark

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  1. Felicity Walter

    This is similar to a great debriefing activity that I have done. I provide each participant with a candle and a sheet with a number of statements. I read the statements out one by one, and the participants light their candle as I read the statement that most resonates with them. I usually have a big candle in the middle of the circle where they can stand up and light their candle from.

    A variation if you can’t use candles is to have the statements placed around the room. Give each participant a small item (e.g. rock or leaf). They must walk around and choose one statement to leave their item in front of.

    • Mark

      This sounds like a powerful exercise Felicity, thanks so much for sharing 🙂

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