Revival participants actively employ personal, social, spiritual, and natural world Practices that our Organizing Principles naturally emerge from. This growing list of Practices spans countless previously-existing modalities including meditation techniques, creative facilitation, yogic traditions, interactive art creation, nature connection skills, design sciences, community theatre, council circles, systems thinking, ritual space holding, co-counseling, music making, dance & embodiment practices, etc etc etc… Not aiming to overshadow any of these long standing traditions, we merely wish to contextualize them within a holistic Living Systems Worldview, and practice them with each other in service to our Mission

Listed below are the social process techniques we utilize to foster Aliveness within the cultural containers of Revival:

  • Open Space Technology
  • Deep Dialogue Techniques
  • World Cafe / Pro-Action Cafe
  • Participatory Art / Music Creation
  • The Way of Council / Circle Way
  • Participatory Decision Making
  • Immersive Theatre & Ritual
  • The Work That ReConnects Practices
  • Authentic Relating Activities
  • Appreciative Inquiry
  • Permaculture Action Day Practices
  • Improvisation Games
  • The Art of Powerful Questions
  • Community Asset Mapping
  • Movement / Kinesthetic Practices
  • Debriefing Techniques
  • Storytelling
    ***Group Teaching of the above techniques during & after is a high priority…

“To be alive in this beautiful, self-organizing universe — to participate in the dance of life with senses to perceive it, lungs that breathe it, organs that draw nourishment from it — is a wonder beyond words.”  ~Joanna Macy