‘Satori’ Board Game

The ‘Satori’ Radical Forgiveness Game is fun way to experience Radical Forgiveness and yet you can easily say that it is like a mini workshop.  As you would expect, it takes you through the same five stages of Radical Forgiveness, but this time in the context of a game that can be played by up to five people.
It takes between 1-1/2 and 2-1/2 hours to play. It  is a lot of fun but in the playing of it, energy is moved in the same mysterious way as it does in all the other forms of the Radical Forgiveness Experience.  It is not necessary for all players have prior knowledge of Radical Forgiveness.

It takes between 1-1/2 and 2-1/2 hours to play. It  is a lot of fun but in the playing of it, energy is moved in the same mysterious way as it does in all the other forms of the Radical Forgiveness Experience.  It is not necessary for all players have prior knowledge of Radical Forgiveness.

Players pick a ‘story’ card to play with (which invariably resonates a real situation for them), and they all start in Victimland.  They proceed around the board which spirals in towards the center, the objective being to reach the full Satori, which is, as you know, the Awakening. 

We find ourselves picking up beliefs and energy blocks along the way, finding ways to release them, or project them onto someone else.  There are three Gateways to get through — the Gateway to Awareness; the Gateway to Shift Happens and the Gateway to Surrender.  There are no winners or losers.  The game ends when everyone reaches Satori and joyfully reads out their reframe.

To see a video of the game being played, click here.

TO PURCHASE THE GAME CLICK HERE.

Testimonial
“I wanted to share the most amazing insight / experience playing the Satori game. I played it with a friend last night cos she is going through a very tough time involving a court case . My life has been ultra challenging on the kids front so was not surprised when my event and context card read A big lie and School . I was very unsettled as I felt I had resolved the issues with my daughters and I was thinking they told me lies after all.

“I played the game and was receiving more clarity and when the game ended it hit me . I was a troublesome / troubled teenager and the big lie was that I WAS BAD. Wow it had nothing to do with my girls. It was like seeing myself for the first time as what I really was; a hurting child who needed love and attention but received only shame and criticism. The sense of freedom I feel this morning is awesome. So if anyone is even thinking of buying the Satori game I say get your skates on. IT is fantastic.”
Helen in Ireland

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