Interpretation exercise part 2
Please subscribe and visit my new blog by clicking here! I thought this would be a fun exercise to try on the blog. It is taken from the Eagala/Non-predatory leadership workshop I wrote about back in January. If you would like to read that post here's the link http://fdhorsetraining.blogspot.com/2014/01/interpretation-exercise.html
The exercise is about how we interpret things differently as individuals. An interpretation of the horses in the photo would be for example, a statement like "these horses are sad" or "These horses are happy" we really have no way of knowing if they are either of those things.
Here's how it will work. If as a group of readers, each of us says a observation about the horses in the picture we can all agree on as a group, write it in the comments area. And anyone can say they agree or disagree with that statement. The goal is that we can all agree as a group with the statement. It is a herd harmony exercise.
I'll start by making an observation about the horses that I think is true. I see a chestnut horse with a white marking on his face. Do you agree or disagree? Get the exercise. Don't be shy give it a try!
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