We learn not only with our brain, but with our whole body. Body and brain are in a constant, rapid exchange of information. In everything we do, feel and think there are information impulses and at the same time learning experiences that shape us.
Every imprint is stored in us physically, mentally, emotionally as information and has a determining effect on our behavior, for better or for worse. When it comes to changing behavior patterns that encourage violence, then new patterns need to be anchored at all levels through correspondingly effective contrasting experiences.
Holistic methods and approaches are therefore needed that are suitable for bringing people out of the feeling of separation and its consequences.
The "Tai Chi Peace Games" were created with the intention of strengthening mental and physical health and reducing and dissolving the willingness to use violence. The Peace Games neither raise a moral index finger nor can they change anything in the external living conditions of the people. However, they show a way to playfully experience a piece of self-efficacy, inner freedom and peace in community and set effective learning anchors for one's own peaceful behavior with these positive contrasting experiences.