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The Face Game is the game of pretending to be a person. When we see Who we really are we stop playing the Face Game and begin living a game-free life, the fruits of which are love, joy and peace. This game-free life is also known as Liberation, Enlightenment, Salvation.
Douglas Harding wrote The Face Game in 1968 when he was 59. Up to this moment he had spent much of his adult life thinking deeply about his identity. Before he saw his faceless True Self in India in 1943, he had spent a dozen years thinking and reading and enquiring into the nature of what it is to be human. If anything, this enquiry intensified after he saw Who he really was, so by the time he wrote The Face Game he had spent more than 35 years deeply involved in self-enquiry. The Face Game, therefore, is the expression of a mature spirit, of someone who had for many years been profoundly committed to living consciously from the Truth. Reading this book, that maturity and depth shines out from every page. So does his skill as a writer. (from the Preface)