In it, one person thinks of a question (but doesn’t tell the other person what it is).
Then the other person meditates until he or she receives the answer as a Guiding Vision.
Then they switch roles for the next question.
It’s basically a blind reading.
The Game might be a little bit challenging if you don't have a meditation practice or haven't done a lot of intuitive work—but then again, sometimes it doesn't matter.
For example, The Game works extremely well with children and older people, who are often very open to new experiences and perhaps living a bit closer to the veil, on one side or the other.
The main thing is to trust, and to allow the Guiding Vision to arrive. To take a leap of faith, and let the Universe inform you.
What’s interesting about The Game is how it reveals such accurate answers.
A few evenings ago, my husband thought of a question (but didn’t tell me what it was.)
Immediately, I received a vision of Dorothy on the Yellow Brick Road, with all the distractions (witches good and bad, flying monkeys, the great Oz) she had on the way… only to find out that HOME was where her life was all along.
There was nowhere better for Dorothy to go, or nothing better for her to do. She was already right HOME, right where she was.
The question? “What is my highest focus for 2017."
Point taken, Universe!
We always think we need to be striving for what's new or next. But sometimes, we’re asked to just keep on keeping on doing what we’re doing: with focus, without distractions, without running away to OZ... just being where we are, right now. At least, that was the answer I received.
Try “The Game” someone today, and see what happens for you.
It's fun. And the Universe always has very interesting answers.
P.S. We're working on new self-study courses for February.