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Personal Practices: Vulnerability

Is vulnerability a strength or a weakness? Why would I want to practice being vulnerable? How do I make myself feel vulnerable while still being safe?

Vulnerability is a part of life. Vulnerability is inherent in self-revelation, and learning and growth. A sense of vulnerability can accompany “not knowing”: not knowing the answer, what has happened or what is next, or what to do about it. Sometimes unavoidable factors create a sense of vulnerability: fatigue or illness, difficult conditions, danger or even disaster.

Vulnerability is also one of the strongest factors in creating the magic that is possible in groups. Groups shift when people are willing to let go of control, be open to one another, speak authentically, invite in many sources of guidance, and trust that the outcome will be better than if they were to attempt the task alone.

Your own familiarity and comfort level with vulnerability can be critical in facilitating a group from vulnerability into resonance. Click on the links below for ideas on how to develop greater personal comfort and familiarity with the positive aspects of vulnerability.

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