Surrender and spontaneity
phil.carter at aut.ac.nz
Tue Nov 20 14:11:41 PST 2018
Awesome Azure and Shu. We have bought in the Daoists.
I reckon 為無為 is probably exactly the thing i’m hovering around.
Here’s a favourite of mine:
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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<mailto:edg1996 at yahoo.com>> wrote:
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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On Tuesday, November 20, 2018, 9:23 AM, annehale <annehale at cox.net<mailto:annehale at cox.net>> wrote:
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.
In "allowing" there is surrender, letting the bindings to should and have to, so they fall away and release energy to fuel the future.
Moreno was a futurist investing great energy in being in the moment. Surrender is a word worth keeping. Thanks.
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