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Andrzej

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active 2 years, 8 months ago
  • 3 years, 2 months ago

    Andrzej

    Thanks Maria for answering all my queries. This is nice exercise, so I will try to do it. ANd I have a vision now how to do it.
    For the World Interfaith Harmony Week i wanto to prepare the stories form Masnavi. My friens Sue Shaikh is going to do that. (Sue was at the February Bibliodrama in Warsaw, the one you did with Piotr at UKSW.
    I have also…[Read more]

  • 3 years, 2 months ago

    Andrzej

    Maria, thanks a lot for an interesting warm-up exercise. How would you end it, or stop it. Would it end after each participant had someting to say?
    Would a question such as: “can you cary with you only the essentials” be too confrontational?
    Would the content of the luggage be material, and/or immaterial -either, or. Or there is option what they…[Read more]

    • Maria-Schejbal 3 years, 2 months ago

      I am very glad that you like this exercise.

      I can imagine such a situation at the beginning of the meeting: you arrange a space for the workshop activities, putting for instance a row of chairs by the wall and inviting the group to stand in front of them. Then you can ask participants to carry their “luggage” to one chosen chair and explain what…[Read more]

    • Yael 3 years, 2 months ago

      Nice exercise Maria!
      Also, I imagine that what another person does will trigger things also for each participant watching. So give space to that too.

  • 3 years, 2 months ago

    Andrzej

    Hi there,
    hope you’re all well.
    I want to to share with you about my first attempts to do, what I would call, some elements of bibliodrama. I was asked to do a workshop on Nasreddin Hodja in Sweden. But I only have to hours to do it. So I found this Nasreddin’s story to use:
    “Mortal’s Way
    One day four boys approached Hodja and gave him a handful…[Read more]

    • Maria-Schejbal 3 years, 2 months ago

      Great story! It seems just perfect for intercultural/interfaith issues you focus on in your work.
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      I got an idea for a simple warm-up game which might be suitable for your workshop. It`s in fact kind of Pulse, but not a traditional circle when people just sit and talk. A more active one that shows how differently we are all “equipped” for life.…[Read more]