I guess that for those people who are more Kinesethetic in how they take in and acccess their information this would be extremely useful as stimulating that part of the brain. I am no expert, no scientific evidence just a kinesthetically based hunch. I know it works for me!
thanks for the initiative and for this nice question.
Here a small experience: shortly i had the chance to offer 2x a workshop (the "same" ws) on the specific topic "change of perspective" within a bigger SF training arrangement.
The first time we (as part of the WS) discussed our understanding of "change of perspective" well... it was a hard work, I tell you.
the 2nd time i just used 3 small games as a beginning. I told, that I'm not sure but I guess, there could be some good connections between these game-experiences and "change of perspective" - let's explore. so we did and there was an easy and satifying round of discoveries and a strong experience we could relate to during the whole ws.
these were the games:
Triangle-Game, you can see (one version of it) here:
(Thanks Monika Clausen for this small video-hint)
the other 2 were the swarm-games we did in Stockholm (dog, wolf and hors...) - i would be happy to hear the original version again, i use my re-created version.
So at least in my construction of the workshopreality it was a BIG useful effect to start with movement and lead through it to the topic.
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