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What is The Game?

Life. It is a matter of perception.

“I have an idea, let’s play a game.”

“What game?”

“We’ll make one up.”


How about I make up a rule and then you make up a rule?”

“Ok, me first.”

“Go for it.”

“We’ll have challenges. Once you accept one, you can’t quit until you pass it. If you’re unable to pass it, you have to start over.”

“Interesting, but isn’t that dangerous?”

“No, we’ll have guides with special hooks to hold us. They can help us at any point.”

“Hooks? What kind of hooks?”

“Spiritual hooks. Dark and light entwined. They can’t physically be seen, but they can be felt. The dark parts will signify challenges and the light parts will represent resolutions. Since they are entwined, both parts work as a pulley. They can become available when lessons are passed.”

“Sounds good. Let’s add more fun by building a labyrinth and playing a game of tag in it.”

“How so?”

“We’ll start out on opposite sides of the maze and search for each other. If we run into anything along the way, we can tag it by truly connecting with it.”

“What’s the prize?”

“Designing the next game board.”

“What if we get lost in the maze?”

“That won’t happen, since we can now sense each other.”

“Can we toss in symbols and feelings to direct each other?”

“Yes, but that would make it too easy…”

“Not if they are subliminal. We’ll only notice the symbols and know their meaning when we are completely connected with ourselves.”

“Agreed. Do you have any other rules?”

“Yes, I want this to be a mind game. Let’s complicate it a little.”

“That’s why I love you.”

“Let’s lose our memory. This way we can go to the game board and experience endless possibilities.”

“I see the appeal. I do like a good challenge. What if the distractions are too much and we lose focus of one another?”

“Like you said, no fearing. It’s our board. We made it.”

“How can we start on separate sides of the board? We are one.”

“We’ll detach from each other during the game but we will always be connected here.”

“How will we know how far apart we are?”

“We can use space as a measuring tool to represent the distance between us.”

“I see where you are going with this. We’ll invent time to explain how long it takes to traverse that space.”

“I like this. There’s only one problem though.”

“What’s that?”

“Every game needs opponents, and we wouldn’t want to be each other’s opponents.”

“True. Let’s split into seven energies so that we could have extensions of us as opponents.”

“We can distinguish the different teams by their color. The Yellow will be home. Once we get back, we are finished. How would we communicate?”

“Through vibrations. The Green will represent the vibrational energy that connects all energies to the board.”

“The board will be heavily influenced by Blue…helping to drive us, so that we do not become complacent. The Pink Team can give us challenges and allow us to resolve our karmic debts if these challenges are not completed.”

“The Orange Team will motivate us and influence the board through ambition…leading us to always crave until we find each other.”

“Not bad, but ambition does introduce the danger of attachments. It would make the game more challenging, and bring a certain exhilaration.”

“Let’s make the Red very exhilarating, yet grounding. This will make the experience much more passionate.”

“We’ll have the Purple be present and all-knowing. This will serve as an additional guide, and make us stronger for the challenges.”

“Agreed. You sure you want to do this?”

“Let’s play.”

– Mytika


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