Effortless Living: Wu-Wei and the Spontaneous State of Natural Harmony

Effortless Living: Wu-Wei and the Spontaneous State of Natural Harmony

A guide for achieving an enlightened mind through the art of non-doing ? Details meditation practices, focused on stillness of the mind, along with Patanjali?s yoga methods to maintain a consciousness referred to as ?being in the zone? ? Builds on Taoist, Confucian, and Hindu principles along with scientific findings to support wu-wei--the art of non-doing, non-forcing--as A guide for achieving an enlightened mind through the art of non-doing ? Details meditation pract...

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Title:Effortless Living: Wu-Wei and the Spontaneous State of Natural Harmony
Author:Jason Gregory
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Genres:Spirituality
ISBN:Effortless Living: Wu-Wei and the Spontaneous State of Natural Harmony
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:208 pages pages

Effortless Living: Wu-Wei and the Spontaneous State of Natural Harmony Reviews

  • Marianne
    Dec 05, 2017

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • GONZA
    Dec 04, 2017

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

  • Dominic Ng
    Oct 02, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Jackie
    Sep 01, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Maris Meiessaar
    Aug 16, 2017

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Lili
    Jan 12, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

  • BĆ”rbara
    Jul 22, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

  • Fouad
    Dec 10, 2017

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Ana
    Jun 11, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Anupum Pant
    Jun 25, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Tara O'sullivan
    Feb 04, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Carol Teter - Mauck
    May 29, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Milad Haddadi
    Apr 27, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Nilesh
    May 19, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • T.J. Burns
    Dec 05, 2017

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Silvia
    May 22, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Jean-Pierre
    Oct 14, 2017

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Muamar Vebry
    Oct 09, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Peter Imrich
    Sep 28, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Aivaras Symanas
    May 07, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Ruba Ather
    May 18, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Ioana DĆ®rvă
    May 30, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Charles Estes
    Nov 13, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Ayushmaan
    Mar 28, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Snowdrops
    May 30, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Karen Rashid
    May 15, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • T Love
    Apr 18, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

  • Y.S. Stephen
    Mar 13, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

  • Inventory
    Dec 04, 2017

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Gladys
    Feb 04, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

  • Niklas
    May 25, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Kiqureshi
    May 08, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Harry Green
    Jan 15, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

  • Asia
    Mar 01, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

  • Michaela
    May 11, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Joshua Tunde
    May 28, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Paula
    Feb 05, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

  • Tony Thorn
    Mar 04, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

  • Nykia Blount
    May 16, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Lisa
    Mar 17, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Cheryl Tanner
    Mar 17, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

  • Sai Narayanan
    May 14, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Ory
    May 16, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Caleb
    May 20, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Geethu Muthu
    May 24, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Alyssa
    May 24, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Jacinto
    May 28, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • Nidhi
    May 30, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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  • D Sprague
    Aug 05, 2018

    Effortless Living tries to redefine the essence of Lao Tsu's book, Tao de Ching, stripping it of layers others have put on it over the years. WHO WOULD ENJOY READING IT? People interested and invested in Tao de Ching and its principles would love this book. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT ...

    The practice of non-doing ? simplified Isn?t that an oxymoron ? non-doing is already simple, right? Not exactly, but it can be. This book explains how, and it makes so much sense. It is an art, and yes, it is a practice, but once you get it, and it will come somewhat quickly, ...

    I was super fortunate to read this book before publication and I can tell you Jason did not disappoint again. I've learned so much from all of his books and this one just adds to a deeper wisdom I've been trying to learn about life and myself for the last few years. In Jason's previous...

    Jason's books have been especially helpful for me and this new book just blew my mind with its wisdom. He is one of the best contemporary teachers on Zen and other Eastern philosophies. Zen is my taste but Taoism is always close to my heart as I love the teachings. This book has allowe...

    I've read a truckload of books on Taoism in my time and this is the best book on Taoism and the concept of wu-wei hands down. This book is very important in our current culture. ...

    The concept of the book is wonderful, yet I felt as if though I was reading a textbook. Too difficult for me to understand, couldn't finish it. ...

    I cannot say enough good things about this book. Don?t let the long, self-help like title mislead you thinking that?s what this book is. Simply written, it offers the right amount of intellectual concepts and examples so as to give you a tangible grasp of Taoism. ...

    I went into this one as a beginner and came out of it with my head spinning. What a radical way to view the world. And the irony is that in the end this is the true way to live but we are all wound up in the hustle and bustle. No thanks, leave me out of it. I'm going to follow the natu...

    From netgalley for review: I am a huge fan of Wu-wei, it is one of my favorite aspects of Taoist studies. However, reading this book was not effortless, I found reading it to be a bit of a slog and I honestly cannot put my finger on why. It is filled with philosophy I enjoy but pres...

    To bardzo osobliwa lektura i trzeba mie? dosy? specyficzne podej?cie do ?ycia, aby j? doceni?. Dla mnie warto?ciowych my?li by?o jedynie kilka, a reszta jawi?a mi si? raczej jako nawiedzony be?kot. Autor mówi, ?e nale?y ?y? zgodnie z zasad? wu-wei, ale tak naprawd? n...

    The Taoism of Lao-Tzu compared to Confucianesimus and the way it can help us to live a better life in this world without effort and doing nothing. Yoga and meditations are also used to sustain Wu-Wei (the art of effortless living) that will permit harmony to win in the world. Interesti...

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