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Blind moment

Experiment with letting go



The “blind moment” is an exercise that allows you to physically test your trust in the other person.


Time needed: 15 to 20 minutes

A room or space that is large and uncluttered enough to allow movement

Key steps

As a facilitator, you ask the group to form pairs. Each member of the pair will experience the two roles of the exercise: “blind person” and “guide”.

For two to five minutes, the “guide” gives the “blind person” information that allows them to move around with their eyes closed. To do this, they use the following code:

Once the time is up, the pair switches roles.

At the end of the exercise, you can invite participants to share their feelings (fears, perception of space, etc.) by highlighting aspects that they found more or less easy/difficult.

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