The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct acting from inner necessity. The creative mind plays with the objects it loves.
~C. G. Jung
New Games movement began in the 1960s encouraging people to play non-competitive friendlier games. They combine fun, cooperation an no one is left out. With the increase in cell phones people are no longer engaging with each other. Playing new games can east them back into that playfulness they knew as a child.
Winding in a continuous and gradual (or tightening) curve, either around a central point on a flat plane while chanting and looking into the eyes of the people you are spiraling around. This is a chance to connect with each person you pass and acknowledge their presence on earth and in this moment with you.