A creative problem solving activity.
Create deep conversations around perceived truths.
Materials: Talking stick or microphone.
As we travel thru life we learn a few things. Things we were once certain about change and feel less certain. Things we did not believe or know emerge as our new truth. Do you believe in lasting truth? Do you hold a few beliefs that you feel will stand the test of time?
Follow the CLUES for Success guidelines and when it is your turn, share 3 to 5 beliefs that you think are certain.
To prime the pump, share some “certainties” from others in short phrases or quotes. Some examples:
•The truth will always bubble to the top.
•God is love.
•Everything is personal.
•Nothing is ever off-the-record.
A.Use recording equipment to create a visual record of people providing their wisdom. As a group, edit and produce a film.
B.Play with figure/ground concepts and paradoxes by finding and exploring polar-opposite beliefs.
C.Create a book built on quotes from the session and illustrations created during (or after) the event.