Surrender and spontaneity

Shu Gong edg1996 at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 20 14:05:24 PST 2018


Spontaneity is “Being natural “.  In Chinese it is “Fa dze ran(法自然)”.
“Surrender” is “ letting be” or”non being”.  In Chinese it is “wei wu wei(為無為)


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> On Nov 20, 2018, at 3:44 PM, Shu Gong <edg1996 at yahoo.com> wrote:
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>> Dear Friends:
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>> To me “surrender”  is the Daoist attitude of “non-being” , “letting-be”  In Chinese it is “Wei-Wu-Wei (為無為)”. 
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>> Warm regards,
>> Shu
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>> On Tuesday, November 20, 2018, 9:23 AM, annehale <annehale at cox.net> wrote:
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>> Thank you Phil, Walter and Shelley for enlivening the list serve with this topic. I hadn't ever used the word surrender before for that state within the cultural conserve when entertaining notions for altering a subject or process. I think of more allowing myself to follow my imagination into action, stepping into the warming up phase to explore the possibilities. 
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>> In "allowing" there is surrender, letting the bindings to should and have to, so they fall away and release energy to fuel the future. 
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>> Moreno was a futurist investing great energy in being in the moment. Surrender is a word worth keeping. Thanks.
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