Meeting Point – a quality of contact

Nick AdlingtonBlog

So, two final Meeting Point sessions to finish off this three-day run. The goal was to experiment with dialogue, and relationship, in communal spaces, open to all people. Today, the first 90 minute session ran on the south bank of The River Thames in central London, next to Waterloo Bridge. The circle of chairs set-up, it was then a chance … Read More

Meeting Point – a reflection on dialogue

Nick AdlingtonBlog

Today was the second day of three as go-dialogue delivers Meeting Point sessions in locations across London. The programme is an exploration of dialogue and community in a diverse and ever-changing world. Driving into London to run the sessions, I was struck by the amount of high rise building going up either side of the road, and the ever growing … Read More

Witness (seeing and being seen)

Nick AdlingtonBlog

Sitting on a bench on the Whitstable sea front, eating fish & chips. It’s bank holiday Sunday and the boardwalk is a constant flow of people walking one way or t’other. It’s a sunny day with an accompanying strong breeze. Just off the coast a kite surfer leans back on his board straining against the wind, before seemingly releasing his … Read More