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Someone who does little or nothing at all is actionless. Some people could be talking good or bad of that person, judge &/or disapprove. Nevertheless, by doing nothing, by being actionless this person is in contradiction regarded as being in … Continue reading

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A work where in not only the physical body, but also the head & heart & most importantly the will is brought in, is true happiness & this is working in an inspired manner, this is actionlessness in action or … Continue reading

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Wu Wei or the Taoist philosophy of non-doing & non-action or actionlessness is paradoxically about ‘action of non-action’. Wu Wei is the Integral Way of the Tao of about being in accordance with the natural flow of the cosmos. It’s … Continue reading

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Wu Wei refers 2 the illusive need of doing & 2 the dysfunctional belief & hope that action, activity &/or work or labor provides happiness. Wu Wei is a remedy against the illusionary belief, activity & movement can release ourselves … Continue reading

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Wu Wei is Chinese, meaning non-action or action-less-action or actionlessness. It’s the central principle in the Chinese philosophy of Daoism or Taoism. Actionless action or the Chinese Wu Wei affirms that one should live spontaneously in accordance with the natural … Continue reading

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Out of the One, came one, out of which & from which many one’s came & one by one, all one’s will ultimately return 2 the One 4 Reversal is the movement of Every-one.

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Keeping 2 the Middle-Way, the underlying unity that embraces humanity, nature & all that is part of the Universe, is knowing the White (yang) while cleaving 2 the Black (yin). Keeping 2 the Middle-Way, is actionlessness in action 4 by … Continue reading

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Actionlessness or actionless action is non-action or the taoistic Wu Wei principle. Actionlessness is the way 2 act or do without thinking of acting or doing, it’s the easy-course, the easy-way, named or called the taoist Middle-Way. Actionlessness is an … Continue reading

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The Tao of Man is 2 reduce the insufficient 2 support the excessive. The Tao of Heaven reduces the excessive & augments the insufficient. The Tao of Man is Selfhood. The Tao of Heaven is the All-encompassing Tao, it’s the … Continue reading

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Tao in action is about attentive attention or mindfulness within actionlessness. Perceive what is going on & let it be. Observe what is happening & so be it. Don’t get distracted by side-thinking or involved through compulsive action(s). When we … Continue reading

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