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Don’t Try Too Hard: The Art of Wu-Wei
« on: January 15, 2018, 08:04:03 AM »
In Trying Not to Try: The Ancient Chinese Art and Modern Science of Spontaneity (Crown Publishers, 2014), author Edward Slingerland introduces the basics of the Chinese art of wu-wei, an integral component of Taosim. Through tales filled with wit and clarity, Slingerland melds Eastern thought and modern scientific research to illuminate how to live happier, more spontaneous, and authentic lives. The following excerpt from the introduction provides excellent examples of how elusive spontaneity and letting go are in modern society.

https://www.utne.com/mind-and-body/the-art-of-wu-wei-ze0z1402zhou?newsletter=&spot=cta&utm_source=wcemail&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=UTR%20eNews%2011.17.17&utm_term=UTR_eNews&_wcsid=3448067C40DFAE56BC1708EEB08B117AFFE602F5A2B46982




 

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