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Event Series Event Series: Integral Warrior Game Room

Integral Warrior Game Room

March 17 at 8:15 am - 10:30 am PDT

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This Integral Life Experience is only available to the supporting members

  • First-timers to the game, please join at 8:15am PT. This intro is required for beginners.
  • At 9am PT the game room opens (veteran players may arrive then).
  • We start on time!
  • IMPORTANT: This session requires that your video is ON at all times. Join only if you are willing and able to keep you video on at all times during the session.

The Integral Warrior Game (IWG) is best described as an advanced awareness practice in perspective taking. The game has applications for working through conflicts of numerous sorts and would serve well, for example, in couple’s arguments, social justice debates, or in integrating polarities. Once mastered, it can be played solo with emerging shadow material or archnemeses of your own making!

IWG is practiced on a platform of equality between opponents and often results in goodwill, forgiveness and surprising resolutions within the following 72 hours of playing. Defeating one’s partner requires serving them better than you have been served!

Here’s a description of the game excerpted from a presentation Chad recently gave to a group of Integral psychotherapists. Click on the 11 minute “Integral Warrior Game” audio file.

No particular experience or theoretical frameworks are needed to play the IWG. But it’s decidedly an adult game so we’re presupposing participants can manage themselves, their emotions, and roll with the unknown while playing the game with a partner.  Please arrive sincere with a conflict, personal or interpersonal, that you are not able to resolve.

MEET YOUR HOST:
Chad Bennett is a Rinzai Zen priest and integral psychotherapist. He has been facilitating groups for 30 years, has spent over 100 weeks in Buddhist retreats and 12 years in private practice. He brings the Integral Warrior Game as a small example of a second-tier Rinzai Zen practice. See integralsomaticawakening.com for more.

Details

Date:
March 17
Time:
8:15 am - 10:30 am
PDT
Practice Session Category:

Practice Leader

Chad Bennett, MA, LPC

This event starts in:

This Integral Life Experience is only available to the supporting members

  • First-timers to the game, please join at 8:15am PT. This intro is required for beginners.
  • At 9am PT the game room opens (veteran players may arrive then).
  • We start on time!
  • IMPORTANT: This session requires that your video is ON at all times. Join only if you are willing and able to keep you video on at all times during the session.

The Integral Warrior Game (IWG) is best described as an advanced awareness practice in perspective taking. The game has applications for working through conflicts of numerous sorts and would serve well, for example, in couple’s arguments, social justice debates, or in integrating polarities. Once mastered, it can be played solo with emerging shadow material or archnemeses of your own making!

IWG is practiced on a platform of equality between opponents and often results in goodwill, forgiveness and surprising resolutions within the following 72 hours of playing. Defeating one’s partner requires serving them better than you have been served!

Here’s a description of the game excerpted from a presentation Chad recently gave to a group of Integral psychotherapists. Click on the 11 minute “Integral Warrior Game” audio file.

No particular experience or theoretical frameworks are needed to play the IWG. But it’s decidedly an adult game so we’re presupposing participants can manage themselves, their emotions, and roll with the unknown while playing the game with a partner.  Please arrive sincere with a conflict, personal or interpersonal, that you are not able to resolve.

MEET YOUR HOST:
Chad Bennett is a Rinzai Zen priest and integral psychotherapist. He has been facilitating groups for 30 years, has spent over 100 weeks in Buddhist retreats and 12 years in private practice. He brings the Integral Warrior Game as a small example of a second-tier Rinzai Zen practice. See integralsomaticawakening.com for more.

Details

Date:
April 21
Time:
8:15 am - 10:30 am
PDT
Practice Session Category:

Practice Leader

Chad Bennett, MA, LPC