I got introduced to malas last year through my friend, Shia Lynn Toh, founder of The Artsy Craftsy, who was selling them on her creative shoppe. I was attracted to the colours, unique charms and tassel at the end of the long string of beads, so I bought a few to wear and hang as decoration.
I later discovered that malas are strands of 108 beads plus a “guru” bead, traditionally used for meditation, chanting or prayer. I noticed that yoga teachers and students sometimes like to wear them.
Would you like to offer Transformation Game workshops professionally? Or to take your Game experience with friends and colleagues to a deeper level? If you are familiar with the Transformation Game and would like to expand your work and relationship with it, this training will give you that opportunity.
This specialised programme gives you thorough training in the use of the advanced rules of the Facilitators Manual, which includes expanded options for most squares. You explore various key topics, as well as practice facilitation in small supervised sessions.
I first met Thing Thing at a Clove&Clive, a spiritual meditation centre preaching conscious living and conscious loving. We share the love of a wonderful game called the Transformation Game. We have played the game (together and individually) so many times that I’ve have lost count.
The Transformation Game is essentially a board game, not just any board game, but a spiritual game that guides players to face whatever is going on in their lives with full authenticity. The game is a powerful tool that offers insights into the physical,emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of ourselves.