While all of the above methods bypass the thought process, The No-Fault Zone® Game that I facilitate, challenges the thought process and re-routes our thinking. Instead of being caught in an endless loop of who’s right and who’s wrong and who “should” do what, when and how, we bring mindfulness to the forefront and take time to acknowledge what is happening in the present moment. This game provides materials for revealing our unexamined feelings and needs and allows us to:

  • Gain clarity and understanding about ourselves and the challenges we face.
  • Bring to light the range of choices we have throughout our day.
  • Discover a state of mind that is more forgiving, considerate, and kind toward ourselves and others.


The No-Fault Zone® Game helps us connect with what is MOST IMPORTANT to us, and it brings into focus the actions that will serve our deepest intentions and purposes.

This mindfulness game showed me how to be authentic with myself and others and how to respect and accept what is reasonable for me to take upon myself. I now lead a much more balanced and content life. I treasure the process that brought me here, and I look forward to sharing it with others. – Orit

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* The No-Fault Zone
® Game, based on the principles of Nonviolent CommunicationSM, was developed by Victoria Kindle Hodson (who has been Orit’s teacher and mentor for more than 12 years) and Sura Hart.  

The first step to mindfulness is learning to quiet the mind. Every person is different, and therefore, each person’s approach to inner quiet is unique. My approach to mindfulness draws upon: journaling, sitting quietly surrounded by nature, slow meditative walks or, alternatively, active hiking. It also incorporates practicing gentle yoga, various forms of meditation, and even doing arts and crafts.

Mindfulness

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Just like muscles that need continuous training to perform well, our minds need training to stay focused. Left to their own devices, they wander all over. Mindfulness allows us not only to focus our thoughts but also to break free from repetitious, habitual thinking that doesn’t serve us anymore. 

Mindfulness

​No-Fault Zone® Game

 moment by moment awareness
awaking you to the wisdom within
 

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