I've never been a fan of role-playing games but the article was inspiring. Thinking of life as a game allows both for seriousness and play, which I like. The question is how to become a better player? I suppose the path you take depends on who you are.
Originally Posted by Reyv
This post is based on Steve's blog entry "Life - The Ultimate Game
My own path went through "Feeling Good" by David Burns (cognitive therapy), "The Secret", subjective reality, "Ask and it is Given" by Abraham/Esther Hicks, and currently "The Power of Now" by Eckhart Tolle (Zen-like).
I'm also into the Secret and Ask and It is Given. They've both helped me to realize some limiting beliefs. My understanding of the game gets better and better each time I reflect upon those ideas.