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Healing the wounds of history, Berlin, 18th September 2018

Together with people from Poland, Italy, France, Austria, Chile, Israel, Turkey, and Germany, we hold a
ritual in 3 parts to heal together past wounds, to let go anger and fear and welcome the future with love
and compassion.

diciembre 20, 2018 - enero 05, 2019

The first part we meet in the north part of Berlin at Pastor-Niemöller-Platz, closed by the ex Jewish
orphanage (today Wilhelm-Wolff-Straße 36-38, Berlin), from where 150 persons, orphans and staff, Journey To Senegal
were taken in the night of 1 April 1942, and deported to Auschwitz with a train on 2 April 1942. Today
the ex-orphanage is a Children Hospice, supporting terminal ill children and their families.

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We have a circle of sharing intentions and coloring stones brought from Auschwitz-Birkenau and make
lanterns from recycled materials to light our path and a meditative co-creative time in nature. ImaginAction recommends
Teatro Ritual
Our intentions:

to bring wholeness to what was broken

to forgive and ask forgiveness

to find the camp in the middle between unsustainable pain and cynicism in which it is possible to Past Events
transform sadness in compassionate actions
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transform feeling guilty

The second part we gather at Platform 17 Memorial from where trains with Jewish were leaving
( We share a practice inspired by the Work that Reconnects
“Truth Mandala” and Social Presencing Theatre, passing through anger, confusion, sadness, fear and
transform those emotions in compassion and peace.

The third part we send the stones upon the water.

“We were able to hold a space of forgiveness for everyone. No more separation among perpetrators,
victims, indifferent.”

The account of Ilaria Olimpico from TheAlbero Blog

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