PRACTISING for WISDOM & PEACE TOGETHER
In celebration of Earth Day, April 22 and the International Day of Peace and Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday September 21 – October 2 we invite you to play the Flow Game.
“We can become wiser together.”
Around the world trained facilitators are offering a shared experience to help you find clarity and inspiration to practice a little bit more peace and wisdom each day. When you take part in a Flow Game, you have the opportunity both to bring your own question and to give and receive some wise council from your fellow players. It’s a playful way to work with some serious questions, both for ourselves and our planet.
The community of Flow Hosts offers games twice a year as part of our regular collective practice. You will be supported by the Flow Game and trained Flow Game facilitators to create and work with a question that matters to you.
The process is simple:
- Find a game that suits you below. There are many options of language, location (including online), time and duration.
- Sign up. We are offering these games for free.
- You will be contacted by your Flow Game host to confirm the details of the game.
- Show up on the day of the game and enjoy the company and wisdom council of others, and your new found clarity and inspiration
for practicing peace.
International Day of Peace & Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday, September 21 – October 2
The International Day of Peace was established in 1981 by the United Nations General Assembly. Peace is about ceasing fire and non-violence and it is also about practicing peace ourselves, with others and for the world.
It can be challenging. It can require vision, real action, support, leadership, courage, deep inspiration, personal grounding. This is one reason we also honour the example of Gandhi. This celebration is about offering you a moment to connect with and strengthen your own practice of peace.
The overall calling question for these games is
What inspiration and clarity am I longing to find to help me practise a little bit more peace each day?
You are invited to formulate your own question to make your exploration most relevant to yourself.