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The game is played in a series of rounds.
In each round, both teams must decide whether to play Red or Black.
They can decide in any manner they want but the decision must be unanimous.
So as it turns out, there are only two possible choices each turn.
The result each turn is either both teams get a point, or you lose one and the other team gets one.
When you play red, you either gain a point and the other team loses one, or you both lose a point, so neither side gains.
Every time I run this exercise—and I have been running it for over ten years—one of two results occurs.
Either both teams play red from the beginning, or they both start the red and black game and one of them plays red two or three turns into it, and both sides play red from then on.
I have never seen this game played out when either side ended with a positive total.
Of course, if you go back to the beginning, the object was to accumulate the maximum number of positive points.
It was never stated that it was a competition between the two teams.
By seeing it that way, they both ended up in the negative.
Every day we face this decision, in our interactions with other people.
Some people the red and black game the rest of the team into playing red.
Others want to play black but keep quiet in the interest of not rocking the boat.
Others determine that they will only play black with those who play black first.
The lesson the spiritual and the mystics try to teach is, play black—all black, all the time.
Turn the other cheek.
Do unto others as you would have done unto you.
So we tend to see the world in terms of black and white, good and evil.
Neutrals realize that neither black or red alone are winning strategies.
Black get taken advantage of, and red eventually gets persecuted.
So they play black as long as it works, and shift into red whenever it is necessary to maintain their game.
We place people like Mother Teresa on a pedestal and rationalize that they are a one in a million person who could live up to an impossible standard.
I know Christians who have dedicated their lives to helping aids-stricken people in the gay and lesbian communities, and I know other Christians who have dedicated their lives to persecuting those same people.
Not all Muslims are suicide bombers.
When we join the red and black game religion or the red and black game group, we look for one that is compatible with our root beliefs.
The most common example is Colossians 3:18-19 from the Bible.
Married men love to throw that one around.
At the end of it all, what really matters is the root belief structure.
The gameplay was organized around a diplomacy style, where people could stab you in the back at the last minute, and they would.
In the end, the professor showed everyone up, and that exercise has stayed with me.
Glad to have a name to put to that activity.
On September 9, 2013 at 11:23 pm Anonymous said: Could you explain further on how the diplomacy was incorporated.
Profound insights gained though our facilitator, Dan Dorr.
I often reflect on that Saturday afternoon… On March 16, 2009 at 4:08 pm beau said: Hi, I played this game in a seminar as well and it was amazing.
I want to play this in an economics class at my school.
I was hoping if anyone had a copy of the scoreboard with the game score specifics.
On May 19, 2009 at 3:37 pm said: I played this amazing game at a seminar this winter and the results were amazing.
learn more here too would like to bring this game into my workplace to work on team building.
Could you possibly send me a copy of the scoreboard and any other information about the game?
On July 18, 2009 at 9:53 pm S.
We were totally attacked after the game for voting red.
I remember wanting to express the anger I felt in that moment by voting red, by owning the non spiritual aspect of me in that moment.
These instructions are much kinder than the ones I experienced, first as a student, and later as a teacher of a slightly less confrontive version of the game.
The class was Mind Dynamics in Saginaw, Michigan, later renamed Creative Mind Expansion.
The class changed me from an agnostic to a mystic in one short weekend!
I googled this today because I awakened 3 times last the red and black game trying to remember the rules of this game.
And I have no intention of teaching it ever again.
And I can see how useful it is to people still.
I recall being awed by my husband voting black from the beginning of playing this game.
I moved to another level of appreciating his loving soul nature through that observation.
It was downright cultic.
Every single person on each team conceptualized it as a competition between two teams.
And as in your case, it was followed by a sustained attack on the moral fiber of the participants.
I understand black knight slot 2 the point is supposed to be.
I know that this is true because they told us they were doing it, but not directly.
On November 22, 2013 at 5:15 pm voteblack for the win-win!
You are STILL bitter over a month later over a game designed to bring about self reflection, understanding of human nature and filters that impact our thoughts and actions, and how we can make a change for the positive in ourselves and others by pursuing the win-win!
On November 22, 2013 at 5:24 pm voteblack for the win-win!
I was trying to vote black on your comment suggesting you may have missed the point of it.
Sorry to hear you still have bitter feelings about the intentions of those who led the game.
You and you alone have control over your feelings and your decisions on how to react to the actions and intentions of others.
Hope you can get past the bitterness and take something positive from your experience.
On November 22, 2013 at 5:50 pm voteblack for the win-win!
Not seeing your tone or facial expressions of course so who knows for sure.
And so my thoughts are just that one gives a lot of their power away when they allow a game or words said to them to impact them negatively.
And if something so elicits such a bad feeling, maybe its worth investigating why I would feel so bad about words said to me or the team I was on.
And does this feeling arise other places in my life?
Maybe I can free myself from such a silly, self inflicted burden.
Or maybe it calls me to a mission to help others not be victims of such abuse if it truly is abuse.
Perhaps the people who facilitated your game were different than those who facilitated mine but no matter who the facilitators, you seem very angry.
Clearly it was not the intent of our facilitators nor that of the writers of the game!
For your joy in life, I hope you will find the positive lessons intended and not dwell on the negative feelings elicited by your experience.
Sorry I brought up the past!
Best to you Eric.
On July 10, 2010 at 11:47 pm said: we played this game today in a seminar ….
I was not fully clear on what we were doing but soon it was evident to me that my heart and soul were focused much more on outsmarting the others who were my buddies and friends to get the winning score.
My competitive nature prevailed and in the end we all lost.
I feel ashamed and so dissapointed in myself showing up in life as so cut throat and un giving, where have my values gone?
I know changes need to be made… i am ready to open my heart and make needed changes….
On August 2, 2015 at 12:48 am William said: Same thing happened to me today at a leadership conf.
Team A tried to negotiate in the first round, but Team B did not trust them.
The game sparked a two hour discussion about how we are wired and how our perceptions lead us to play the game.
In the end, I began to wonder what is it going to take to live in a society and world where people are willing to choose black every time?
When we solve that, I believe we will achieve a paradigm shift in how the human race the red and black game />Thanks Madison for posting this blog!
On August 15, 2011 at 3:10 pm said: I played this game at a personal development seminar as well.
So we did not do so, thinking that it was against the rules, and of course they ended up going for the throat.
So when it came time to be deconstructed i.
I was trying to remember them so that I could share the experience, and this is the only place that I found the full explanation.
On November 22, 2013 at 3:06 pm voteblack for the win-win!
Why are you so bitter?
I suspect you missed a lot of valuable insights during the whole seminar.
The people running most workshops like this are interested in you discovering how you play the game of life and giving you tools to live your life is a way that brings you more success and happiness.
I hope you went back on the last day and discovered this!
Wow, was this ever enlightening.
And when we finally were clued in we got the opportunity to learn some valuable lessons.
I actually use read more and y for the votes, and I use actual money instead of points.
I have the rules for this spin on the exercise if anyone wants them, or you can likely find it on line.
Thanks for a great question….
I had not thought about using the exercise in this way.
On January 17, 2016 at 7:27 pm Anonymous said: I was a coach on LP 30 NYC.
Wonder if we know each other?
On January 17, 2016 at 7:33 pm Anonymous said: My bad.
I was in LP29 NYC and coached LP33 NYC.
But if you were in NYC, we might know each other.
On October 16, 2013 at 10:04 pm said: Thanks for the excellent blog and everybody else who communicated your experiences.
I played this game as part of a self-awareness seminar, an off-shoot of life dynamics,in Japan in 1995.
That was the lesson took out of it — a little more faith in myself, a little more willingness to share.
Now I am being given the opportunity to lead a leadership training for a group of young Afghanis coming to Japan for some OJT.
On December 20, 2013 at 12:34 am marcie said: We played this in a seminar last year and I was just searching the instructions again because I wanted to play it with my class, and came upon your blog.
The other team actually played black to whole way through as well, until the second last hand when they went red—we both finished positive, but with them two points ahead.
And I think they felt kind of crappy about it after ward.
Although i lost trying to be the good one, it was bloody red.
Well, someone as to start, right?
Maybe someday good will prevail.
It was played on the end of the 3rd day.
After we experienced new ways of approaching life and relationships — and we still played RED!
In real life People are playing RED not just on money — but with lives!
People are getting a divorce — and playing red — where there kids are paying the emotional price for life.
I wish this game would be played in schools — and every boy black game night delirium girl on this planet would learn this lesson.
Play red — we are always losing.
Last year I was a coach for a workshop and I delivered this game to the group.
I got so angry — even after I showed the results of RED choiseand the discussion we had — the RED leaders in both groups were still debating and agruing with me.
It had a VERY profound effect on me; one I am still trying to dissect.
The facilitator cries to yank the room into a kinesthetic state so they can reflect on what happened and our role.
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The game is played in a series of rounds.
In each round, both teams must decide whether to play Red or Black.
They can decide in any manner they want but the decision must be unanimous.
So as it turns out, there are only two possible choices each turn.
The result each turn is either both teams get a point, or you lose one and the other team gets one.
When you play red, you either gain a point and the other team loses one, or you both lose a point, so neither side gains.
Every time I run this exercise—and I have been running it for over ten jack mobile game black of two results occurs.
Either both teams play red from the beginning, or they both start black and one of them plays red two or three turns into it, and both sides play red from then on.
I have never seen this game played out when either side ended with a positive total.
Of course, if you go back to the beginning, the object was to accumulate the maximum number of positive points.
It was never stated that it was a competition between the two teams.
By seeing it that click here, they both ended up in the negative.
Every day we face this decision, in our interactions with other people.
Some people bully the rest of the team the red and black game playing red.
Others want to play black but keep quiet in the interest of not rocking the boat.
Others determine that they will only play black with those who play black first.
The lesson the spiritual and the mystics try to teach is, play black—all black, all the time.
Turn the other cheek.
Do unto others as you would have done unto you.
So we tend to see the world in terms of black and white, good and evil.
Neutrals realize that neither black or red alone are winning strategies.
Black get taken advantage of, and red eventually gets persecuted.
So they play black as long as it works, and shift into red whenever it is necessary to maintain their game.
We place people like Mother Teresa on a pedestal and rationalize that they are a one in a million person who could live up to an impossible standard.
I know Christians who have dedicated their lives to helping aids-stricken people in the gay and lesbian communities, and I know other Christians who have dedicated their lives to persecuting those same people.
Not all Muslims are suicide bombers.
When we join a religion or a group, we look for one that is compatible with our this web page beliefs.
The most common example is Colossians 3:18-19 from the Bible.
Married men love to throw that one around.
At the end of it all, what really matters is the root belief structure.
The gameplay was organized around a diplomacy style, where people could stab you in the back at the last minute, and they would.
In the end, the professor showed everyone up, and that exercise has stayed with me.
Glad to have a name to put to that activity.
On September 9, 2013 at 11:23 pm Anonymous said: Could you explain further on how the diplomacy was incorporated.
Profound insights gained though our facilitator, Dan Dorr.
I often reflect on that Saturday afternoon… On March 16, 2009 at 4:08 pm beau said: Hi, I played this game in a seminar as well the red and black game it was amazing.
I want to play this in an economics class at my school.
I was hoping if anyone had a copy of the scoreboard with the game score specifics.
On May 19, 2009 at 3:37 pm said: I played this amazing game at a seminar this winter and the results were amazing.
I too would like to bring this game into my workplace to work on team building.
Could you possibly send me a copy of the scoreboard and any other information about the game?
On July 18, 2009 at 9:53 pm S.
We were totally attacked after the game for voting red.
I remember wanting to express the anger I felt in that moment by voting red, by owning the non spiritual aspect of me in that moment.
These instructions are much kinder than the ones I experienced, first as a student, and later as just click for source teacher of a slightly less confrontive version of the game.
The class was Mind Dynamics in Saginaw, Michigan, later renamed Creative Mind Expansion.
The class changed me from an agnostic to a mystic in one short weekend!
I googled this today because I awakened 3 times last night trying to remember the rules of this game.
And I have no intention of teaching it ever again.
And I can see how useful it is to people still.
I recall being awed by my husband voting black from the beginning of playing this game.
I moved to another level of appreciating his loving soul nature through that observation.
It was downright cultic.
Every single person on each team conceptualized it as a competition between two teams.
And as in your case, it was followed by a sustained attack on the moral fiber of the participants.
I understand what the point is supposed to be.
I know that this is true because they told us they were doing it, but not directly.
On November 22, 2013 at 5:15 pm voteblack for the win-win!
You are STILL bitter over a month later over a game designed to bring about self reflection, understanding of human nature and filters that impact our thoughts and actions, and how we can make a change for the positive in ourselves and others by pursuing the win-win!
On November 22, 2013 at 5:24 pm voteblack for the win-win!
I was trying to vote black on your comment suggesting you may have missed the point of it.
Sorry to hear you still have bitter feelings about the intentions of those who led the game.
You and you alone have control over your feelings and your decisions on how to react to the actions and intentions of others.
Hope you can get past the bitterness and take something positive from your experience.
On November 22, 2013 at 5:50 pm voteblack for the win-win!
Not seeing your tone or facial expressions of course so who knows for sure.
And so my thoughts are just that one gives a lot of their power away when they allow a game or words said to them to impact them negatively.
And if something so elicits such a bad feeling, maybe its worth investigating why I would feel so bad about words said to me or the team I was on.
And does this feeling arise other places in my life?
Maybe I can free myself from such a silly, self inflicted burden.
Or maybe it calls me to a mission to help others not be victims of such abuse if it truly is abuse.
Perhaps the people who facilitated your game were different than those who facilitated mine but no matter who the facilitators, you seem very angry.
Clearly it was not the intent of our facilitators nor that of the writers of the game!
For your joy in life, I hope you will find the positive lessons intended and not dwell on the negative feelings elicited by your experience.
Sorry I brought up the past!
Best to you Eric.
On July 10, 2010 at 11:47 pm said: we played this game today in a seminar ….
I was not fully clear on what we were doing but soon it was evident to me that my heart and soul were focused much more on outsmarting the others who were my buddies and friends to get the winning score.
My competitive nature prevailed and in the end we all lost.
I feel ashamed and so dissapointed in myself showing up in life as so cut throat and un giving, where have my values gone?
I know changes need to be made… i am ready to open my heart and make needed changes….
On August 2, 2015 at 12:48 am William said: Same thing happened to me today at a leadership conf.
Team A tried to negotiate in the first round, but Team B did not trust them.
The game sparked a two hour discussion about how we are wired and how our perceptions lead us that black desert online gameplay are play the game.
In the end, I began to wonder what is it going to take to live in a society and world where people are willing to choose black every time?
When we solve that, I believe we will achieve a paradigm shift in how the human race operates.
Thanks Madison for posting this blog!
On August 15, 2011 at 3:10 pm said: I played this game at a personal development seminar as well.
So we did not do so, thinking that it was against the rules, and of course they ended up going for the throat.
So when it came time to be deconstructed i.
I was trying to remember them so that I could share the experience, and this is the only place that I found the full explanation.
On November 22, 2013 at 3:06 pm voteblack for the win-win!
Why are you so bitter?
I suspect you missed a lot of valuable insights during the whole seminar.
The people running most workshops like this are interested in you discovering how you play the game of life and giving you tools to live your life is a way that brings you more success and happiness.
I hope you went back on the last day and discovered this!
Wow, was this ever enlightening.
And when we finally were clued in we got the opportunity to learn some valuable lessons.
I actually use x and y for the votes, and I use actual money instead of points.
I have the rules for this spin on the exercise if anyone wants them, or you can likely find it on line.
Thanks for a great question….
I had not thought about using the exercise in this way.
On January 17, 2016 at 7:27 pm Anonymous said: I was a coach on LP 30 NYC.
Wonder if we know each other?
On January 17, 2016 at 7:33 pm Anonymous said: My bad.
I was in LP29 NYC and coached LP33 NYC.
But if you were in NYC, we might know each other.
On October 16, 2013 at 10:04 pm said: Thanks for the excellent blog and everybody else who communicated your experiences.
I played this game as part of a self-awareness seminar, an off-shoot of life dynamics,in Japan in 1995.
That was the lesson took out of it — a little more faith in myself, a little more willingness to share.
Now I am being given the opportunity to lead a leadership training for a group of young Afghanis coming to Japan for some OJT.
On December 20, 2013 at 12:34 am marcie said: We played this in a seminar last year and I was just searching the instructions again because Click to see more wanted to play it with my class, and came upon your blog.
The other team actually played black to whole way through as well, until the second last hand when they went red—we both finished positive, but with them two points ahead.
And I think they felt kind of crappy about it after ward.
Although i lost trying to be the good one, it was bloody red.
Well, someone as to start, right?
Maybe someday good will prevail.
It was played on the end of the 3rd day.
After we experienced new ways of approaching life and relationships — and we still played RED!
In real life People are playing RED not just on money — but with https://filmman.ru/black/tetris-friends-games-n-blox-game.html />People are getting a divorce — and playing red — where there kids are paying the emotional price for life.
I wish this game would be played in schools — and every boy and girl on this planet would learn this lesson.
Play red — we are always losing.
Last year I was a coach for a workshop and I delivered this game to the group.
I got so angry — even after I showed the results of RED choiseand the discussion we had — the RED leaders in both groups were still debating and agruing with me.
It the red and black game a VERY profound effect on me; one I am here trying to dissect.
The facilitator the red and black game to yank the room into a kinesthetic state so they can reflect on what happened and our role.
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The game is played in a series of rounds.
In each round, both teams must decide whether to play Red or Black.
They can decide in any manner they want but the decision must be unanimous.
So as it turns out, there are only two possible choices each turn.
The result each turn is either both teams the red and black game a point, or you lose one and the other team gets one.
When you play red, you either gain a point and the other team loses one, or you both lose a point, so neither side gains.
Every time I run this exercise—and I have been running it for over ten years—one of two results occurs.
Either both teams play red from the beginning, or they both start black and one of them plays red two or three turns into it, and both sides play red from then on.
I have never seen this game played out when either side ended with a positive total.
Of course, if you go back to the beginning, the object was to accumulate the maximum number of positive points.
It was never stated that it was a competition between the two teams.
By seeing it that way, they both ended up in the negative.
Every day we face this decision, in our interactions with other people.
Some people bully the rest of the team into playing red.
Others want to play black but keep quiet in the interest of not rocking the boat.
Others determine that they will only play black with those who play black first.
The lesson the spiritual and the mystics try to teach is, play black—all black, all the time.
Turn the other cheek.
Do unto others as you would have done unto you.
So we tend to see the world in terms of black and white, learn more here and evil.
Neutrals realize that neither black or red alone are winning strategies.
Black get taken advantage of, and red eventually gets persecuted.
So they play black as long as it works, and shift into red whenever it is necessary to maintain their game.
We place people like Mother Teresa on a pedestal and rationalize that they are a one in a million person who could live up to an impossible standard.
I know Christians who have dedicated their lives to helping aids-stricken people in the gay and lesbian communities, and I know other Christians who have dedicated their lives to persecuting those same people.
Not all Muslims are suicide bombers.
When we join a religion or a group, we look for one that is compatible with our root beliefs.
The most common example is Colossians 3:18-19 from the Bible.
Married men love to throw that one around.
At the end of it all, what really matters is the root belief structure.
The gameplay was organized around a diplomacy style, where people could stab you in the back at the last minute, and they would.
In the end, the professor showed everyone up, and that exercise has stayed with me.
Glad to have a name to put to that activity.
On September 9, 2013 at 11:23 pm Anonymous said: Could you explain further on how the diplomacy was incorporated.
Profound insights gained though our facilitator, Dan Dorr.
I often reflect on that Saturday afternoon… On March 16, 2009 at 4:08 casino jeu sous flash machine beau said: Hi, I played this game in a seminar as well and it was amazing.
I want to play this in an economics class at my school.
I was hoping if anyone had a copy of the scoreboard with the game score specifics.
On May 19, 2009 at 3:37 pm said: I played this amazing game at a seminar this winter and the results were amazing.
I too would like to bring this game into my workplace to work on team building.
Could you possibly send me a copy of the scoreboard and any other information about the game?
On July 18, 2009 at 9:53 pm S.
We were totally attacked after the game for voting red.
click at this page remember wanting to express the anger I felt in that moment by voting red, by owning the non spiritual aspect of me in that moment.
These instructions are much kinder than agame backgammon ones I experienced, first as a student, and later as a teacher of a slightly less confrontive version of the game.
The class was Mind Dynamics in Saginaw, Michigan, later renamed Creative Mind Expansion.
The class changed me from an agnostic to a mystic in one short weekend!
I googled this today because I awakened 3 times last night trying to remember the rules of this game.
And I have no intention of teaching it ever again.
And I can see how useful it is to people still.
I recall being awed by my husband voting black from the beginning of playing this game.
I moved to another level of appreciating his loving soul the red and black game through that observation.
It was downright cultic.
Every single person on each team conceptualized it as a competition between two teams.
And as in your case, it was followed by a sustained attack on the moral fiber of the participants.
I understand what the point is supposed to be.
I know that this is true because they told us they were doing it, but not directly.
On November 22, 2013 at 5:15 pm voteblack for the win-win!
You are STILL bitter over a month later over a game designed to bring about self reflection, understanding of human nature and filters that impact our thoughts and actions, and how we can make a change for the positive in ourselves and others by pursuing the win-win!
On November 22, 2013 at 5:24 pm voteblack for the win-win!
I was trying to vote black on your comment suggesting you may have missed the point of it.
Sorry to hear you still have bitter feelings about the intentions of those who led the game.
You and you alone have control over your feelings and your decisions on how to react to the actions and intentions of others.
Hope you can get past the bitterness and take something positive from your experience.
On November 22, 2013 at 5:50 pm voteblack for the win-win!
Not seeing your tone or facial expressions of course so who knows for sure.
And so my thoughts are just that one gives a lot of their power away when they allow a game the red and black game words said to them to impact them negatively.
And if something so elicits such a bad feeling, maybe its worth investigating why I would feel so bad about words said to me or the team I was on.
And does this feeling arise other places in my life?
Maybe I can free myself from such a silly, self inflicted burden.
Or maybe it calls me to a mission to help others not be victims of such abuse if it truly is abuse.
Perhaps the people who facilitated your game were different than those who facilitated mine but no matter who the facilitators, you seem very angry.
Clearly it was not the intent of our facilitators nor that of the writers of the game!
For link joy in life, I hope you will find the positive lessons intended and not dwell on the negative feelings elicited by your experience.
Sorry I brought up the past!
Best to you Eric.
On July 10, 2010 at 11:47 pm said: we played this game today in a seminar ….
I was not fully clear on what we were doing but soon it was evident to me that my heart and soul were focused much more on outsmarting the others who were my buddies and friends to get the winning score.
My competitive nature prevailed and in the red and black game end we all lost.
I feel ashamed and so dissapointed in myself showing up in life as so cut throat and un giving, where have my values gone?
I know changes need to be made… i am ready to open my heart and make needed changes….
On August 2, 2015 at 12:48 am William said: Same thing happened to me today at a leadership conf.
Team A tried to negotiate in the first round, but Team B did not trust them.
The game sparked a two hour discussion about how we are wired and how our perceptions lead us to play the game.
In the end, I began to wonder what is it going to take to live in a society and world where people are willing to choose black every time?
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I actually use x and y for the votes, and I use actual money instead of points.
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Thanks for a great question….
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The other team actually played black to whole way through as well, until the second last hand when they went red—we both finished positive, but with them two points ahead.
And I think they felt kind of crappy about it after ward.
Although i lost trying to be the good one, it was bloody red.
Well, someone as to start, right?
Maybe someday good will prevail.
It was played on the end of the 3rd day.
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I wish this game would be played in schools — and every boy and girl on this planet would learn this lesson.
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The game is played in a series of rounds.
In each round, both teams must decide whether to play Red or Black.
They can decide in any manner they want but the decision must be unanimous.
So as it turns out, there are only two possible choices each turn.
The result each turn is either both teams get a point, or you lose one and the other team gets one.
When you play red, you either gain a point and the other team loses one, or you both lose a point, so neither side gains.
Every time I run this exercise—and I have been running it for over ten years—one of two results occurs.
Either both teams play red from the beginning, or they both start black and one of them plays red two or three turns into it, and both sides play red from then on.
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Of course, if you go back to the beginning, the object was to accumulate the maximum number of positive points.
It was never stated that it was a competition read more the two teams.
By seeing it that way, they both ended up in the negative.
Every day we face this decision, in our interactions with other people.
Some people bully the rest of the team into playing red.
Others want to play black but keep quiet in the interest of not rocking the boat.
Others determine that they will only play black with those who play black first.
The lesson the spiritual and the mystics try to teach is, play black—all black, all the time.
Turn the other cheek.
Do unto others as you would have done unto you.
So we tend to see the world in terms of black and white, good and evil.
Neutrals realize that neither black or red alone are winning strategies.
Black get taken advantage of, and red eventually gets persecuted.
So they play black as long as it works, and shift into red whenever it is necessary to maintain their game.
We place people like Mother Teresa on a pedestal and rationalize that they are a one in a million person who could live up to an impossible standard.
I know Christians who have dedicated their lives to helping aids-stricken people in the gay and lesbian communities, and I know other Christians who have dedicated their lives to persecuting those same people.
Not all Muslims are suicide bombers.
When we join a religion or a group, we look for one that is compatible with our root beliefs.
The most common example is Colossians 3:18-19 from the Bible.
Married men love to throw that one around.
At the end of it all, what really matters is the root belief structure.
The gameplay was organized around a diplomacy style, where people could stab you in the back at the last minute, and they would.
In the end, the professor showed everyone up, and that exercise has stayed with me.
Glad to have a name to put to that activity.
On September 9, 2013 at 11:23 pm Anonymous said: Could you explain further on how the diplomacy was incorporated.
Profound insights gained though our facilitator, Dan Dorr.
I often reflect on that Saturday afternoon… On March 16, 2009 at 4:08 pm beau said: Hi, I played this game in a seminar as well and it was amazing.
I want to play this in an economics class at my school.
I was hoping if anyone had a copy of the scoreboard with the game score specifics.
On May 19, 2009 at 3:37 pm said: I played this amazing game at a seminar this winter and the results were amazing.
I too would like to bring this game into my workplace to work on team building.
Could you possibly send me a copy of the scoreboard and any other information about the game?
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We were totally attacked after the game for voting red.
I remember wanting to express the anger I felt in that moment by voting red, by owning the non spiritual aspect of me in that moment.
These instructions are much kinder than the ones I experienced, first as a student, and later as a teacher of a slightly less confrontive version of the game.
The class was Read article Dynamics in Saginaw, Michigan, later renamed Creative Mind Expansion.
The class changed me from an agnostic to a mystic in one short weekend!
I googled this today because I awakened 3 times last night trying to remember the rules of the red and black game game.
And I have no intention of teaching it ever again.
And I can see how useful it is to people still.
I recall being awed by my husband voting black from the beginning of playing this game.
I moved the red and black game another level of appreciating his loving soul nature through that observation.
It was downright cultic.
Every single person on each team conceptualized it as a competition the red and black game two teams.
And as in your case, it was followed by a sustained attack on the moral fiber of the red and black game participants.
I understand what the point is supposed black widow slots no download be.
I know that this is true because they told us they were doing it, but not directly.
On November 22, 2013 at 5:15 pm voteblack for the win-win!
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On November 22, 2013 at 5:24 pm voteblack for the win-win!
I was trying to vote black on your comment suggesting you may have missed the point of it.
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On November 22, 2013 at 5:50 pm voteblack for the win-win!
Not seeing your tone or facial expressions of course so who knows for sure.
And so my thoughts are just that one gives a lot of their power away when they allow a game or words said to them to impact them negatively.
And if something so the red and black game such a bad feeling, maybe the red and black game worth investigating why I would feel so bad about words said to me or the team I was on.
And does this feeling arise other places in my life?
Maybe I can free myself from such a silly, self inflicted burden.
Or maybe it calls me to a mission to help others not be victims of such abuse if it truly is abuse.
Perhaps the people who facilitated your game were different than those who facilitated mine but no matter who the facilitators, you seem very angry.
Clearly it was not the intent of our facilitators nor that of the writers of the game!
For your joy in life, I hope you will find the red and black game positive lessons intended and not dwell on the negative feelings elicited by your experience.
Sorry I brought up the past!
Best to you Eric.
On July 10, 2010 at 11:47 pm said: we played this game today in a seminar ….
I was not fully clear on what we were doing but soon it was evident to me that my heart and soul were focused much more on outsmarting the others who were my buddies and friends to get the winning score.
My competitive nature prevailed and in the end we all lost.
I feel ashamed and so dissapointed in myself showing up in life as so cut throat and un giving, where have my values gone?
I know changes need to be made… i am ready to open my heart and make needed changes….
On August 2, 2015 at 12:48 am William said: Same thing happened to me today at a leadership conf.
Team A tried to negotiate in the first round, but Team B did not trust them.
The game sparked a two hour discussion about how we are wired and how our perceptions lead us to play the game.
In the end, I began to wonder what is it going to take to live in a society and world where people are willing to choose black every time?
When we solve that, I believe we will achieve a paradigm shift in how the human race operates.
Thanks Madison for posting this blog!
On August 15, 2011 at 3:10 pm said: I played this game at a personal development seminar as well.
So we did not do so, thinking that it was against the rules, and of course they ended up going for the throat.
So when it came time to be deconstructed i.
I was trying to remember them so that I could share the experience, and this is the only place that I found the full explanation.
On November 22, 2013 at 3:06 pm voteblack for the win-win!
Why are you so bitter?
I suspect you missed a lot of valuable insights during the whole seminar.
The people running most workshops like this are interested in you discovering how you play the game of life and giving you tools to live your life is a way that brings you more success and happiness.
I hope you went back on the last day and discovered this!
Wow, was this ever enlightening.
And when we finally were clued in we got the opportunity to learn some valuable lessons.
I actually use x and y for the votes, and I use actual money instead of points.
I have the rules for this spin on the exercise if anyone wants them, or you can likely find it on line.
Thanks for a great question….
I had not thought about using the exercise in this way.
On January 17, 2016 at 7:27 pm Anonymous said: I was a coach on LP 30 NYC.
Wonder if we know each other?
On January 17, 2016 at 7:33 pm Anonymous said: My bad.
I was in LP29 NYC and coached LP33 NYC.
But if you were in NYC, we might know each other.
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I played this game visit web page part of a self-awareness seminar, an off-shoot of life dynamics,in Japan in 1995.
That was the lesson took out of it — a little more faith in myself, a little more willingness to share.
Now I am being given the opportunity to lead a leadership training for a group of young Afghanis coming to Japan for some OJT.
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The other team actually played black to whole way through as black slot, until the second last hand when they went red—we both finished positive, but with them two points ahead.
And I think they felt kind of crappy about it after ward.
Although i lost trying to be the good one, it was bloody red.
Well, someone as to start, right?
Maybe someday good will prevail.
It was played on the end of the 3rd day.
After we experienced new ways of approaching life and relationships — and we still played RED!
In real life People are playing RED not just on money — but with lives!
People are getting a divorce — and playing red — where there kids are paying the emotional price for life.
I wish this game would be played in schools — and every boy and girl on this planet would learn this lesson.
Play red — we are always losing.
Last year I was a coach for a workshop and I delivered this game to the group.
I got so angry — even after I showed the results of RED choiseand the discussion we had — the RED leaders in both groups were still debating and agruing with me.
It had a VERY profound effect on me; one I am still trying to dissect.
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