What are Satori Cards?
Satori Cards reveal the forces behind many of our individual differences as people, our patterns of thought. With Satori Cards you can explore how those patterns of thought behind each person’s thinking affect their motivations and how they behave. You can do that alone, with another person, or in a group.
Our thinking patterns are responsible for our ‘style’ or way of being in life. They tell us:
- • what we think is important
- • how we relate to others
- • how we communicate
- • what we need to feel safe and secure
- • how we organise our lives (or don’t)
- • and many other aspects of what we know to be ourselves and how we are in the world.
Are Satori Cards a game?
Not really, there’s no winners or losers. Satori Cards are grounded in real research, science and ancient philosophy. It is a practical, step-by-step way to get to know your own thinking. When you play it with 2 or more people it will give you a language and framework to understand how you each ‘show up’ and interact in the world.
Who are Satori Cards for?
There really is never a time when knowing yourself is not a useful thing to know. Satori Cards are for everyone who wants to improve their experience of life and become more valuable to themselves and others.
How do I use Satori Cards?
Satori Cards help you to explore how our thinking is driving our experience and more specifically, the quality of that experience. The specific way you use the cards will depend on if you are playing by yourself or with others and what your questions are. What you can learn about yourself and other people is only limited by your imagination. Satori Cards provide you with the tools to inquire, you provide the mind doing the inquiring. You can the basic game strategies here.
How many players does the game support?
As many as want to play and you have Satori Cards for.
How long does it take to play one game?
That’s really hard to say. It depends on the amount of players, but also how much enjoyment and exploring you can handle. You can take 20 – 30 minutes, or 3 hours. It’s up to you.
What is the age range?
Currently Satori cards are geared for 16 years and up. We will be developing versions for younger audience in the future. Interested? Let us know.
Is there a learning curve?
Not as steep as learning how to navigate the world half blind to what’s really going on. You learn as you go, it’s not that hard, but it does give you immediate insight and a clearer view of your life.