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The Journey to Wild Divine Reviews (Macintosh)

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Just Adventure (Apr 25, 2006)
So why would you want to spend down so much money on this game? Because The Journey will most likely be one of the most innovative games you’ve ever played which will have remarkable and perceptible repercussions on your everyday life. The exercises and techniques that you will learn in The Journey will help you to reduce stress and anxiety in your life, and teach you to use your meditative mind to regulate your body’s physiology for improved creativity and performance. Even after completing The Journey, I often find myself revisiting certain parts of the game to relax and calm down at the end of the day, and it’s really effective. Think of this game as an investment.
Where it really counts, The Passage really delivers. The core experience of biofeedback-based gaming, as realized by the Wild Divine project, is wonderful. No other game I've ever played has required such an intense level of concentration and stillness and produced such a feeling of calm and satisfaction. It is tremendously illuminating to learn how controlling one's breathing can affect one's overall sense of being. And it's hugely gratifying to watch, and feel, one's energy level change in response to what one has been taught.
Macworld (Jun 29, 2004)
At $160, The Journey to Wild Divine isn't an impulse buy. But compared with the prices of most biofeedback devices, it's a good deal -- at least if you're not turned off by the New Age mysticism.