- Choose any situation from your life that feels alive, you can talk about in concrete and specific terms, in which you are the main protagonist, you feel some uncertainty or confusion, can be shared in under 10 minutes
- Focus person shares their story/challenge/unresolved situation Read More
- Stillness where both focus on intuition. Journalling or sketching if helpful.
- Listener mirrors back feelings, images, sensations, gestures, postures that came up. No advice :)
- Generative dialogue: both explore ideas that are coming up
- Appreciation and closing, plan for next session.
1. Brainstorm your questions. Read More
- What are questions you'd like to ask your partner
- What are questions you'd like your partner to ask you
2. Share your lists with your partner. Optional to summarize lists in a grid like this: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XinT0uhqIQv_LqVjp35I1u3peGhwbbw3RWCACnhaTjc/edit
3. Choose who goes first. They choose any question from the list of questions posed to them (by either person) and answer it.
- Think about an area of your life you're curious about - it could be work, relationships, family, where you live, art, or all of it! Read More
- Choose a time horizon that feels big, but imaginable - 5, 10, 25, 30, 50 years? A timespan where you expect things to change a lot for you.
- Interview one another to dimensionalize the experience
- Explore proud achievements, feelings and qualities experienced, surprises, key collaborators
- Detailed questions, follow-up questions, e.g., "What was the thing that led to that?"
- Bring a "third thing" for the session Read More
- When you meet, choose together which you'll use.
- Read or explore together
- Each shares timed reflections on the thing then stillness
- Generative dialogue about its relation its relation to the emergence of planetary era qualities
- Let someone show you something they made Read More
- Let them tell you the story of how they made it
- Focus on your heart and listen for feelings your heart perceives in them
- Don't change the subject. Don't say "that reminds me of..."
- Share what you are noticing as you explore what they made, which could include forms, connections, a feeling/mood, an spirit/essence