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Group Practices: Silence
Silent Gatherings
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Silence is sometimes a practice integral to the group context, a conscious agreement between people. Engaging in any of these structured silent group activities can help develop awareness of the “below the neck” phenomenon of collective resonance.

For example, silence is often a practiced by groups mastering physical or somatic skills, whether in an Aikido dojo or an art class painting from a live model. Silence is part of various spiritual and religious practices, from a Friends meeting to a Buddhist silent retreat.

There are also therapeutic techniques that incorporate silent working on individual issues in a group environment, through art, writing, movement, or even bodywork. See Story.

SOURCE: Renee Levi, Group Magic interviews. See Renee's Profile

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