Effortless Living is possible and you can achieve it too. Experts describe the steps and explain details of the path, how to follow the great thinkers who discovered the map of the mind. You need to know where to go when your thinking wonders away, observe to know the signals, then align with the correct way of thinking again, in order to obtain inner peace.
The Art of Effortless Living is a documentary based on the traditional philosophy and essential teaching of Taoism. The practice of non doing, non forcing is the essential aspect of Taoism known as wu-wei. Attributed to the great sage Lao-tzu, the philosophy of wu-wei teaches you how to develop a natural state of consciousness not bound by thought or preconceived limitations.
Experienced by the greatest artists, athletes, musicians, and writers, this heightened state of consciousness, referred to as “being in the zone,” is where intelligent spontaneity and effortless action flourish via a practice rooted in permitting the natural harmony of the cosmos to prevail.
Essentially, how to live life effortlessly. Wu-wei can yield a renewed sense of trust in many aspects of your daily life, making each day more effortless.
The Art of Effortless Living provides keen insight on how you can experience the beauty of achieving an enlightened, effortless mind while revealing in the process of life’s unfolding.
Lao-tzu also known as Laozi (source: Wikipedia)
Laozi (UK: /ˈlaʊˈzɪə/; US: /ˈlaʊˈtsiː/; Chinese: 老子 Mandarin pronunciation: [làu̯.tsɨ]; literally “Old Master”), also rendered as Lao Tzu (/ˈlaʊˈtsuː/ or /ˈlaʊˈdzʌ/) and Lao-Tze (/ˈlaʊˈdzeɪ/), was an ancient Chinese philosopher and writer. He is the reputed author of the Tao Te Ching, the founder of philosophical Taoism, and a deity in religious Taoism and traditional Chinese religions.
A semi-legendary figure, Laozi was usually portrayed as a 6th-century BC contemporary of Confucius, but some modern historians consider him to have lived during the Warring States period of the 4th century BC. A central figure in Chinese culture, Laozi is claimed by both the emperors of the Tang dynasty and modern people of the Li surname as a founder of their lineage. Laozi’s work has been embraced by both various anti-authoritarian movements and Chinese Legalism.