Flow Game

Description: If you have an important life question or work related question, playing a Flow Game may be helpful. It is a game where groups of 4 - 6 players are hosted by a Flow Game host (Visit: http://www.flowgame.net/flowgame.net/Flow_hosts.html)

Purpose(s): The purpose of the Flow Game is to ground, strengthen and bring clarity and flow to human beings, their life, leadership and actions.

Time: 2 days

 

Resources: The game board, and a trained host.

Instructions: Each player comes with an individual focus or intent.  If a group of people from one organization wants to play together, they may come with a group intent and play with that as an overall “umbrella intent” - as well as each having your own individual question to explore within that context. Meaningful questions combined with joint reflection and a sharing of knowledge and experiences among the players fuel the process.

The game is custom made for each participant.  You will be asked to come with an intention, a burning question, something you want and need to clarify.

The host of the game will help you clarify your intent / question before the game begins.
The game will last two days beginning with an introduction of the players and their individual intent. The game itself is fueled by meaningful questions designed to inspire your reflection, thinking and courage. During the game your personal and authentic leadership as well as your entrepreneurial drive will be viewed from four different perspectives.

The North: The innovative perspective - your courage to find new paths and break new ground in your life and work, to move ahead when called for.

The East: The deep vision and perspective - the long view, to clarify your passion your energy - to keep the overview and find coherence and connectivity to the world surrounding you.

The South: The perspective of community - to create good relations, to be in rhythm with others, synchronicity.

The West: The perspective of action - getting things done, making things happen, being methodical, being practical and doing it in a sustainable way for you and the greater whole.

You will be given a Flow journal to gather and record your insights as you play the game. The process will conclude with a personal reflection on the insights that you have gathered and any actions that this may lead to. You will not necessarily be making decisions but you should have a stronger and clearer base from which to make your decisions so you can proceed more wisely.

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