Sequencing of your activities is a very important piece of experiential education. If you introduce activities that are above the functioning capability of your participants, it can cause more damage than good. In order to create effective reflection, it is important to start with introductory level activities and then proceed to more difficult challenges. Groups need to share simple experiences together before introducing them to activities that have a higher emotional risk. As facilitators it is important to start with activities that are appropriate for the needs of the group, the group's background, and/or their stage in group development.
Sequencing of activities begins with assessing client readiness for each activity. It ends with the activities being placed in an order that makes sense to participants. You wouldn't want to start with a Trust activity and then move into an Icebreaker activity. This would not make sense to the participant if you ask them to trust the other participants before they even knew their names. How much time do you put into sequencing your activities for your group? Do you find yourself doing the same activities over and over again? Mix it up next time and see how it goes for you.