Question: Could we try to hold silent workshops on the theme “Standing at Mount Sinai,” “The Birth,” “The Desert,” etc.?
Answer: No, I think it is not necessary because while one person talks, the others have time to become included, to think, and to perceive his words.
Anyway, when we begin to hold together such inclusions, time is compressed. A person goes through many states, not only for himself, but also for others, and thus it does not make sense just to keep quiet. On the contrary, everything is built on co-ordination, on the contact between them. The most important thing is communication.
From a Virtual Lesson 7/29/12