Information obligation in relation to the GDPR

In relation to the fulfilment of requirements of the Regulation of the European Parliament and Council (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and the repeal of directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation, hereinafter referred to as the: Regulation) MOTIONVERSE RADOSŁAW SKONIECZNY, the owner of the web portal, informs about the principles of the processing of personal data:

Data controller

The data controller is MOTIONVERSE RADOSŁAW SKONIECZNY, ul. Księdza Jerzego Popiełuszki 2/48, 01-501 Warsaw, Tax ID No. (NIP) 9562259044), email: hereinafter referred to as the Controller.

Categories of personal data

The information concerns personal data obtained from a data subject.

The controller may process the following categories of data: identification data – name, address, Tax ID No. (NIP) / personal ID no. (PESEL) and email address.

Personal data is processed as part of IT systems implemented in the web portal for the purposes related to performance of a concluded contract.

Personal data will be made available within the necessary scope to entities handling performance of a concluded contract: an agent delivering parcels, payment processing system operators, courier service.

Storage of data will store data for the period required by the commonly applicable laws, in particular tax law and accounting laws.

The rights of a data subject

You have the right to access your personal data, the right to request its correction, deletion, limitation of processing under terms and conditions arising out of the Regulation.

To the extent that the processing of your personal data is based on a permission, you shall have the right to withdraw your permission. Withdrawal of a permission does not affect compliance of the processing carried out on the basis of the permission before its withdrawal.

You also shall have the right to file a complaint to a body supervising compliance with the Regulation ‒ President of the Personal Data Protection Office in the situation where there is a suspicion that the processing of your personal data violates the personal data protection laws.

The obligation to provide personal data

Provision of personal data by you is voluntary.

Withdrawal of permissions

Withdrawal of a permission to the processing of data is possible at any time by contacting the Controller at the email address

Withdrawal of a permission does not affect lawfulness of the processing carried out on the basis of the permission before its withdrawal or the necessity to store personal data for the purposes required by the commonly applicable laws, in particular tax and accounting laws.



The road to self-awareness begins here.


Changes in our life often begin with asking the right questions. Consider these questions as tools to explore uncharted territories, to generate new solutions, to reflect and draw conclusions and to bring people closer to each other.

Sacred Enquiry is a game that you can use in your everyday life. Become inspired by drawing a card in the morning or play with your friends in the evening. Introduce a new quality into your daily dialogues, take a journey inside yourself, allow the answers to reveal themself and see where they take you. In this deck you will find 78 cards with questions, each of which has its own unique symbol. The questions we have chosen in the deck are meant to be thought-provoking and aim to deepen your awareness.

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A portal to self-reflection

Sacred Enquiry is not only a deck of cards designed with great attention to detail, but primarily a tool that will transform your every-day reality.

These cards will introduce new qualities into your life. They will inspire unique conversations taking your relationships to a different level, they will allow you to get to know your partner better and will create a subtle encouragement to ask the most unusual questions. They will also teach you how to build a space filled with mutual acceptance and understanding. We have verified that numerous times, both ourselves and with our friends.

This set contains: 

  • 78 cards with questions, screen printed on black paper of a basis weight of 320 g/m2
  • suggestions of possible uses and a set of guidelines
  • a solid card brick box, 15,2 x 9 x 4,5 cm

The size of the cards is 14 x 7,8 cm. They are durable and will lay firmly in your palm.

  • What is our intention?

  • What do the symbols on the cards mean?

  • What are the rules?

  • How do you play?

  • What is the story behind Sacred Enquiry?


I was searching for answers, yet questions are what I found. Sacred Enquiry is an extraordinary tool to greater self-awareness, getting to know another person and deepening our knowledge of the world. The longer I have been working with these cards, the more I let go of the need for an answer. In letting go, I create space and out of that space comes the answer. Recurring questions allow me to see how I am changing. They show me what is true for me NOW.

Michalina Sobków, W Gruncie Ruchu


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What is our intention?

There is a deep intention hidden in the DNA of these cards. We hope they will help you open doors that have been sealed thus far; that they will allow you to find new answers to questions in your life. We have spent two years creating these cards, constantly improving and transforming them, finally allowing them to grow into their  present form.

While creating them we paid great attention to detail. Each card has been carefully designed with the intention of its question in mind. A particular geometric symbol that appears on a card corresponds with the specific question from the deck, one that may speak to us in ways understandable to our inner profound self.

Our intention is to inspire, encourage personal growth and awaken the type of curiosity known to children, who habitually ask questions. Furthermore, our hope is to build relationships based on honesty, openness and being mindful of one another. Let this instrument serve you in your inner exploration. And please bear in mind: your imagination is the only limit.

The journey is about to begin.


What do the symbols on the cards mean?

Each of the 78 cards has its own unique symbol that was designed to represent an intention of a particular question. Each symbol is a unique illustration, a visual expression of the question. Each illustration is based on Sacred Geometry.

The roots of sacred geometry go all the way back to ancient times. For centuries it has been the bridge between spiritual and material, seen and unseen, finite and infinite. Our bodies, nature surrounding us, animals, planets and galaxies are composed of continually repeating geometric patterns. Each pattern begins with a circle and from there on it evolves into more complex shapes. If we are observant we will notice that some of those shapes associated with sacred geometry surround us in our everyday life: the composition of a beehive, a lily flower, a snowflake, a seashell, the structure of laser waves or the movement of planets around their orbits.

The idea to incorporate elements of sacred geometry in our cards came to us during a walk in the park, while contemplating the world around us. We felt those illustrations will serve as the best depiction of the questions without distracting the observer.


What are the rules?

1. There are no wrong answers and everyone may interpret the questions or respond to them in their own way. Furthermore, the same question may sound completely different another time.

2. Each day brings new answers. Even when you think you already know all the questions by heart, give yourself a chance to update the image you have of yourself. Check with yourself and ask if you continue to think in the same way or something has changed since your last answer.

3. The only person who can speak is the one holding the card. Listen to that person with care, empathy and give them your full attention.

4. Meetings should remain confidential. Whatever you say in a session should stay there and should not leave the room. Following this rule ensures that everyone can feel safe.

5. Always speak for yourself, about your own experience and feelings. Don’t relate to other people’s answers directly, if you are not asked. Don’t give advice and don’t judge. Each voice is equal and of the same importance.

6. Sometimes silence is the right answer.


How do you play?

There is no one right way. You can use these cards for example during your daily meditation, each day drawing one question from the deck. You can also choose to use them with your partner, your friend, your close ones, in order to deepen your relationship and get to know one another better. You can use these cards in an intuitive manner, in group circles, during meetings as well as during group therapy sessions. There are 78 questions, although they never end because each day brings us new answers.


Find a serene spot, in which you won’t be disrupted. One, in which you feel good. Choose a moment when you’re not in a hurry or under time pressure. Sit down in a comfortable position, take a deep breath and immerse yourself in your body. Feel what it is like to be still in your body, quiet in your mind and silent inside. The aim is not to relax as if you were to fall asleep. Try to be aware and focused, observe your mind slowing down. Such a state makes it possible to find the deepest answers from within. Start when you are ready.

Shuffle the cards and lay them out with the questions face down. Then choose a card that speaks to you, it’s topic will accompany you throughout the day. Listen to the voice of your intuition telling you what lesson comes from the drawn question. It will help you embark on the journey for the answer. Yet, if for some reason you feel you don’t want to answer the question, replace it with another from the deck. It is good to take a closer look and ask yourself why that question raises such emotions, that you don’t want to confront it now. Remember questions do not come to us without reason, there are no wrong answers. Sometimes a question met only with silence can lead us onto a journey to discover the unknown.


In a group or a pair

Book some time together and choose a place where you feel comfortable. A place where you can sit down and all see each other well. If you’re in a bigger group it’s best to sit around a big table or in a circle on the floor. If you’re in a pair, sit across from each other.

The person leading the game may ask the group what their intention for the round is. If there is such a desire within the group, one by one everyone can share where they are at right now and what their guiding thought for the round is. After this introduction the person leading the session shuffles the cards and places them face down on the floor or table. You can scramble the cards or arrange them in a circle or semicircle.

The leader is the first to choose a card from the deck. They can read the question out loud immediately or give themselves a moment. The silence after the question is read, makes a good moment for the rest of the group to reflect. So there is no need to hurry with your response. When the person who drew the card is ready, they can share with the rest of the group what came to them in response to their question. When they feel they’ve said everything that was important for them in this moment, they place the card aside. There are times when silence is the best answer. Sometimes the answer from within comes to us a bit later, maybe when listening to someone else. At the end of the round the person, who previously chose silence may share what has come to them in the meantime. The questions drawn in the following rounds may relate to those from the previous ones creating an interesting path for our thoughts. It’s worth taking a closer look.

After putting away their card, the person who has just finished makes space for the next person to draw a card. You may decide that a round will mean each person has their own question or you will all answer one question. That means each of you responds to the same one. Each following round brings you into a deeper level of mindfulness.

You decide what the course of the session will look like, as well as when it’s best to finish. At the end of the meeting it’s a good idea to share your thoughts and how you feel in order to bring the whole process to a close.


What is the story behind Sacred Enquiry?

We are friends, partners, a photographer and an illustrator fascinated with spirituality and living life to the fullest. During our trip to New York in 2018, we discovered a bookshop in Chelsea Market. It was full of beautiful designer books, comic strips and albums. We wandered through the shop inspired. That was when our desire to create these cards was born. For the next two years we collected questions we found important and created the illustrations that would accompany them.

Sacred Enquiry is an extension of how we perceive the world that surrounds us. We like to ask a lot of questions, to question reality. to express ourselves nonverbally and put our ideas on paper. The idea to create these cards arose from the desire to communicate in an honest and courageous manner, to develop close relationships and a longing for meaningful, open and sincere conversations. We both believe that it is important to constantly renew the perception we have of ourselves and revise our path in life.

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Terms and conditions

Regulations of the online shop 

Clause 1 Introductory provisions

“Sacred Enquiry” online shop, available at, is run by Radosław Skonieczny who conducts business activity under business name Motionverse Radosław Skonieczny, entered in the Central Registration and Information on Business (CEIDG) kept by the minister competent for economy, Tax ID No. (NIP) 9562259044, National Business Registry No. 365924224.

These regulations are addressed to Consumers and set out the principles and mode of the conclusion of a distance Contract of Sale with a Consumer via the Shop.

Clause 2 Definitions

  1. Consumer – a natural person entering into a contract with the Seller as part of the Shop which object is not directly related to business or professional activity.
  1. Seller – a natural person conducting business activity under business name Motionverse Radosław Skonieczny, entered in the Central Registration and Information on Business (CEIDG) kept by the minister competent for economy, Tax ID No. (NIP) 9562259044, National Business Registry No. 365924224.
  1. Customer – every entity making purchases via the Shop.
  1. Shop – an online shop run by the Seller at
  1. Distance contract – a contract entered into with a Customer as part of an organised system of the conclusion of distance contracts (as part of the Shop), without simultaneous physical presence of the parties, with the exclusive use of one or more means of distance communication up to and including the time at which the contract is concluded.
  1. Regulations – these regulations of the Shop.
  1. Order – a Customer’s statement of will submitted through an Order Form and directly aimed at the conclusion of a Contract of Sale of a Product or Products with the Seller.
  1. Account – a Customer’s account in the Shop, details provided by a Customer and information on orders placed by a Customer in the Shop are collected in it.
  1. Registration form – a form available in the Shop, allowing to create an account.
  1. Order form – an interactive form available in the Shop enabling placing an Order, in particular by adding Products to a Shopping Cart and setting out terms and conditions of a Contract of Sale, including a delivery and payment method.
  1. Shopping cart – an element of software of the Shop in which Products chosen by a Customer for purchase are visible, and in which it is possible to set and modify details of an Order, in particular the quantity of products.
  1. Product – movable property/service available in the Shop being an object of a Contract of Sale between a Customer and the Seller.
  1. Contract of Sale – a contract of sale of a Product concluded or being concluded between a Customer and a Seller via the online Shop. A Contract of Sale shall also be understood as – in accordance with qualities of a Product – a service agreement and a contract for specific work.

Clause 3 Contact with the Shop

  1. Seller’s address: ul. Księdza Jerzego Popiełuszki 2/48, 01-501 Warsaw, Poland
  1. Seller’s email address:
  1. A Customer may communicate with the Seller by post or electronic mail, to the addresses indicated in this Clause.

Clause 4 Technical requirements

The following is required to use the online Shop:

  1. connection to the Internet (with any bandwidth),
  1. one of web browsers (e.g. Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Chrome, etc.) allowing to display hypertext documents (HTML) on a computer screen,
  1. email account,
  1. enabled support for Cookies.

Clause 5 General Information

  1. To the fullest extent permitted by law, the Seller shall not be liable for any disruptions of, including interruptions in, the functioning of the Shop caused by force majeure, unauthorised actions of third parties or the incompatibility of the online Shop with Customer’s technical infrastructure.
  1. Browsing the product range of the Shop does not require setting up an Account. Placing orders by a Customer for Products available in the product range of the Shop is possible either after setting up an Account in line with the provisions of Clause 6 of the Regulations or after providing personal data and address details allowing to carry out an Order without setting up an Account.
  2. Prices in the Shop are indicated in EURO and are gross prices (they include VAT).

Clause 6 Setting up an Account in the Shop

  1. To set up an Account in the Shop, fill in a Registration Form. It is necessary to provide the following details: first name, surname, email address, login, password.
  1. Setting up an Account in the Shop is free of charge.
  1. Logging on to an Account takes place after providing a login and a password indicated in a Registration Form.
  1. A Customer may at any time, without giving any reason and bearing any fees on this account, delete his/her Account by sending a relevant request to the Seller, in particular via electronic mail or in writing to the addresses indicated in Clause 3.

Clause 7 Principles of placing an Order To place an Order it is necessary to:

  1. log on to the Shop (optional),
  1. choose a Product being the object of an Order, next, click the button “To the cart” (or equivalent),
  1. log on or use the possibility of placing an Order without registration,
  1. if the possibility of placing an Order without registration was chosen, fill in an Order Form by entering details of the recipient of an Order and an address to which a Product is to be delivered, chose type of consignment (Product delivery method), enter details for an invoice if they are different than the details of the recipient of an Order,
  2. click the button “I order and pay” / click the button “I order and pay” and confirm an order by clicking a link sent in an email message,
  1. choose one of the available payment methods and depending on a payment method, pay for an order by a set deadline, subject to Clause 8(3).

Clause 8 Offered delivery and payment methods

  1. A Customer may use the following delivery methods:
    1. Poczta Polska Polish postal service,
    1. courier service.
  1. A Customer may use the following payments methods:
    1. prepayment in the PayPal system (it means that payment will be made online via the PayPal system, and the parcel will be sent after confirmation of the receipt of the payment)

Clause 9 Fulfilment of an order

  1. Lead time (from the moment of obtaining a positive authorisation of payment to delivery): 7 – 21 days on average.
  1. The lead time may be subject to change. In such a case a Customer will be notified about this fact.
  1. Please indicate precise address and phone number to allow fulfilment of an order. We kindly ask you to carefully check contact details.

Clause 10 The right to withdraw from a contract

  1. A Consumer may within 14 days withdraw from a Contract of Sale and return ordered goods without giving any reason within 14 days from receiving it, provided that the product was not used. It shall be sent to our address with a proof of purchase. We guarantee return of money within 14 days from the moment of receiving the return. A Customer making the return bears shipping cost.
  1. The declaration can be made using a form which model was provided by the Seller on the Website of the Shop at: Withdrawal form
  1. In case it is necessary to return funds for a transaction carried out by a customer with a payment card, the Seller will make the return to a bank account assigned to the Ordering Party’s payment card.

Clause 11 Complaint

  1. A Contract of Sale covers new Products.
  1. Each Product purchased in the Shop may be complained about.
  1. To submit a complaint, you need to have a proof of purchase and inform the shop via electronic mail.
  1. A complaint will be considered within 14 days from the date of lodging it. A Customer will be notified about the result of a complaint by electronic mail or by phone.

Clause 12 Out-of-court methods of handling complaints and pursuing claims

  1. Detailed information on the possibility of using by a Consumer out-of-court methods of handling complaints and pursuing claims as well as the principles of access to these procedures are available in the registered offices and at websites of county (city) consumer ombudsmen, social organisations which statutory tasks include consumer protection , Voivodeship Inspectorates of Trade Inspection and at the following addresses of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection:; oraz
  1. A Consumer has the following example possibilities of using out-of-court methods of handling complaints and pursuing claims: 
    1. A Consumer shall be entitled to apply to the permanent consumer arbitration court referred to in Art. 37 of the Act on Trade Inspection of 15 December 2000 (Journal of Laws of 2014, item 148, as amended), for resolution of a dispute arising out of a Contract concluded with the Seller.
    1. A Consumer shall be entitled to apply to Voivodeship Inspector of Trade Inspection, pursuant to Art. 36 of the Act on Trade Inspection of 15 December 2000 (Journal of Laws of 2014, item 148, as amended), for instituting mediation proceedings in the matter of amicable resolution of a dispute between a Consumer and the Seller.
    1. A Consumer may obtain free assistance in the matter of resolution of a dispute between him/her and the Seller, also by benefiting from free assistance of a county (city) consumer ombudsman or a social organisation which statutory tasks include consumer protection (among others the Consumer Federation, Association of Polish Consumers).

Clause 13 Personal data in the online Shop

  1. The controller of Customers’ personal data collected through the online Shop is the Seller.
  1. Customers’ personal data collected by the controller through the online Shop is collected to perform a Contract of Sale, and, if a Customer expresses permission for it, for marketing purposes.
  1. Recipients of personal data of Customers of the online Shop may be:
    1. In case of a Customer who uses the delivery method by post or courier service, the Controller provides collected personal data of the Customer to a selected carrier or an agent delivering parcels by order of the Controller.
    1. In case of a Customer who uses the electronic payment method or the payment method by a payment card, the Controller provides collected personal data of the Customer to a selected entity handing above payments in the online Shop.
  1. A Customer shall have the right to access the content of his/her data and correct it.
  1. Provision of personal data is voluntary, but failure to provide personal data indicated in the Regulations which are necessary to conclude a Contract of Sale results in the lack of the possibility to conclude the contract.

Clause 14 Final provisions

  1. Contracts concluded by the online Shop are concluded in the English language.
  1. The Seller reserves the right to amend these Regulations for important reasons such as: amendments to the laws, changes of payment and delivery methods – within the scope in which these changes affect the implementation of the provisions of these Regulations. The Seller will notify a Customer about each change at least 7 days in advance.
  2. To matters not settled in these Regulations the commonly applicable provisions of the Polish law shall apply, in particular of: the Civil Code; Act on Provision of Services by Electronic Means; Consumer Rights Act, Personal Data Protection Act.
  1. A Customer shall have the right to use out-of-court methods of handling complaints and pursuing claims. For this purpose, he/she may file a complaint through the European ODR platform available at the address: