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Tips to Walk in the Dark #4

#4 : Realize your limits: many of our visitors, when they go into the dark, share with us that they get some headache or are able to see colorful dots. It happens to them because they are trying hard to see in the dark. They do not realize their limits and push their eyesight until […]

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Tips to Walk in the Dark #3

We continue with our third experiential tip of our Blind team in overcoming uncertainties today. May you continue to be inspired by their experiential tips on “How to Walk in the Dark!” #3 : Make community: when our visitors go into the dark and stop seeing the others, sometimes they are engaged with negative persistent […]

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Tips to Walk in the Dark #2

Today we share with you the second experiential tip of our Blind team in overcoming uncertainties. May you continue to be inspired by their experiential tips on “How to Walk in the Dark!” #2 : Permission to be afraid: becoming blind is of course a terrible experience. Any of us guides who lost sight, remember […]

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Tips to Walk in the Dark #1

For years, we have explained how Dialogue in the Dark is not a simulation of blindness but a contingency experiential exercise. Besides lack of eyesight, when our visitors go into the dark, they are confronted with their emotions, thoughts and behaviors when immersed in an uncertain unfamiliar situation

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