The Group Insight Game (GiG) changes the way people pay attention so they can easily access their combined awareness. Experimentally derived over many years, The Group Insight Game has now worked successfully for hundreds of people internationally. This is a win/win game. By actively entering into a simple conversation requiring specific guidelines plus a meditative exercise, any interested and willing group can achieve deep rapport, creativity and acceptance. People sense, feel and think together intuitively. This leverages participants into a heightened state of consciousness. In this state of mental and emotional coherence, each person experiences the intelligence of being interconnected.
There is the joy of feeling liberated and at peace with everyone and everything. It seems impossible to do anything wrong. What was disturbing and overwhelming, appears organized and interesting. Paradoxically, individuals are able to strengthen their boundaries while merging with the synergy of the group. A state referred to as Planetary Consciousness is often achieved, an unmistakable sense of existing in a unity with all people and the whole of nature. Once in this state, people can enjoy working, playing, or just being. There are many known applications: healing, both psychological and physical; telepathy between groups including collective remote viewing and mind/matter interactions; rapid consensus for decision making, problem solving and creative development in families, relationships, communities, politics and business; optimum performance in sports and any type of collaborative activity from symphony orchestras to surgical teams. This group consciousness technique can reliably focus the attention and intention of a group to perform tasks with a high level of insight, intensity and productivity.
Learning to play the Group Insight Game
is much less demanding than learning how to balance a bicycle for the first time, yet what is required is comparable. A skilled facilitator/participant instructs players on the basics of the game. What's required: Analogous to combining pedaling and balancing with awareness of the ground in front of them, players must keep track of at least three things. Each individual speaks to the group as a whole and the whole group listens. Participants must stay focused on actively verbalizing their experience of nonverbal rapport--as it occurs--with others. At the same time, everyone monitors conscious adherence to guidelines governing the use and avoidance of certain words and references. During this speaking and listening process, everyone makes eye contact with a partner. Unfamiliar speech and behavior patterns cause a heightened state of attention. This allows the group to travel into collective consciousness.
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