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Berry, you did a wonderful job creating a safe space by listening closely, reading the chat at the same time and including each and every comment and reply in a thoughtful and attentive way.
Your facilitating was impressive, thought provocative and your skills of addressing and engaging the group have been very evident.
You approached slides in your own way asked thought-provocative questions and stimulated good discussion by looking closely at images, e.g. the good and evil one: There is rarely something merely good or purely evil. Obviously CIT material does not want to claim that, however, some images might be seen as polarizing or are consciously chosen in that placative way to elucidate a certain point and it is helpful to be aware and stir this discussion.
You found beautiful words about bias, compartmentalization and categorization and the next step of becoming conscious of it. You had a wonderful explanation on impartiality by giving this beautiful metaphor of interfaith in the ‘ favorite flowers’ example. (Depending on the group we have to be aware of secular nature of the program though).
Nice facilitation here in giving some space for it and leading through a short discussion.
Addressing and engaging the group in a very warm, knowledgable way and making the presentation your own.
You facilitated a nice short version of the CP ‘Just like me’. However, here we might want to focus on just one person, the close person and would approach stranger and difficult person only later, when people had time to acquire a feeling for the practices.
See above: Be aware of secular ethics depending on group; Building up CPs from closed one (without major difficulties) to stranger to difficult person.