Flowing Dragon Swords

Is a “Game” of Communication, Relationship and Movement, which involves:


  • The Crossing and Continuous Touching of Wooden Swords
  • Engaging in a Deep Personal Dialog with the “Other” and
  • Inviting a Greater understanding of the “Self”

Over 90% of the meaning you derive from communication comes from non-verbal sources. Flowing Dragon Swords practice is based on non-verbal techniques and is a remarkably effective tool for you to create successful communication structures in both group settings and between individuals.

Briefly, How the Game is Played
& What it does:

Flowing Dragon Swords is played when two people face each other and touch wooden swords, then as soon as possible, make and maintain consistent eye contact. The Sword contact is held with no aggressive movement or preplanned outcome. The object is for two people to connect deeply and if inspired, to co-create motion. When this is realized, a window to another world opens. Suddenly, there is no winning or losing, no blame, or expectation – there is simply seeing yourself and others in a profound and simple way that heals, forms bonds, and invites deep dialogue.

“Profound in its simplicity. . .The Game offers access to the possibility of deep self discovery that lies, I think, in every person’s heart.”

Jim Williams
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2 thoughts on “Home

  1. This sounds really cool. I’d like to try this and I’ll have to carefully choose the other person I would be willing to do this with.

    • Hello Becky,
      Understood, at the moment the regular classes are still on break, however we can talk about how you might attend an introduction…?
      My name is Richard Squeri and I am the founder and head instructor (Or Gogy),
      of The FDS Game and Practice.
      If you would like to experience Flowing Dragon Swords, I would be happy to direct you to the closest instructor to you or if you turnout your be local, we can come to you or meet at a location of your choosing and/or with whomever you’d care to have with you or invite, to also be introduced to this Game/Practice of FDS…
      (Please excuse the delay in our/my response, our website has just been under maintenance and we’re trying to catch up…)

      and Care,
      Richard Squeri
      Founder and
      Head Instructor of
      The FDS Practice

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