20-30 min per 1 “conflict” (two people)
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While conflicts create points of tension, they are also creative opportunities to experience different perspectives and to find solutions that are satisfying for all those involved. However, to fully resolve a conflict and use it as an opportunity of learning, certain needs must be met:Both sides must (at least to some degree) be able to think from the other person’s perspective;There must be a space of compassion and empathy;Ability to put personal attachments aside.This exercise will allow participants to experience a conflict from both sides, enabling them to resolve it by considering all perspectives and understanding the others’ view.
The conflict should be started again, with the expressed intention of using what they just experienced to find a solution.
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