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22/08/2017

Pra quem fica confabulando com os pensamentos com o objetivo de tomar uma decisão apenas depois de ter levado em conta todas as variáveis possíveis. É impossível saber tudo. E a quantidade de informação para cada decisão que devemos tomar é infinita. Viver não tem a ver com dar somente passos certos, viver tem a ver com se jogar. Seguir a intuição. Esse vídeo é sobre isso. Sobre perder o medo e deixar o controle de lado. É sobre ganhar auto-confiança ao saber que podemos errar.

Essa voz do Alan Watts é incrível e a trilha também. Boa viagem.

“The data for any situation is infinite. So what you do is, you go through the motions of thinking about what you will do about this. But worriers are people, who think of all the variables beyond their control of what might happen. Choice is the act of hesitation we make before making a decision.”

Alan Wilson Watts foi um teólogo, filósofo e orador.
Passou toda sua vida difundido as filosofias asiáticas para o mundo ocidental.

Saiba mais sobre esse cara incrível:
www.alanwatts.org
www.alanwatts.com
www.instagram.com/alanwattsorg
www.facebook.com/alanwattsofficial
www.youtube.com/c/alanwattsproject

Durante sua vida, escreveu vários livros além de contribuições a vários livros:

1932 — An Outline of Zen Buddhism [booklet]

1936 — Seven Symbols of Life: Being an Essay on Eternal Verities as Expressed in the Images of the Lotus, of Water, Wind, Fire, Man, Woman, and Child [booklet]

1936 — The Spirit of Zen: A Way of Life, Work, and Art in the Far East

1937 — The Legacy of Asia and Western Man: A Study of the Middle Way

1939 — The Psychology of Acceptance: The Reconciliation of the Opposites in Eastern Thought and in Analytical Psychology [booklet]

1940 — The Meaning of Happiness: The Quest for Freedom of the Spirit in Modern Psychology and the Wisdom of the East

1944 — Theologia Mystica: Being the Treatise of Saint Dionysius, Pseudo-Areopagite, on Mystical Theology, Together with the First and Fifth Epistles [booklet]

1946 — The Meaning of Priesthood [booklet]

1947 — Behold the Spirit: A Study in the Necessity of Mystical Religion

1947 — Zen Buddhism: A New Outline and Introduction [booklet republished in 1948 as Zen]

1948 — Zen [enlarged republication of Zen Buddhism (1947)]

1950 — Easter: Its Story and Meaning

1950 — The Supreme Identity: An Essay on Oriental Metaphysic and the Christian Religion

1951 — The Wisdom of Insecurity: A Message for an Age of Anxiety

1953 — Myth and Ritual in Christianity 

1955 — The Way of Liberation in Zen Buddhism [original booklet, published by the American Academy of Asian Studies]

1957 — The Way of Zen

1958 — Nature, Man, and Woman 

1959 — Beat Zen, Square Zen, and Zen

1960 — This Is It: And Other Essays on Zen and Spiritual Experience

1961 — Psychotherapy East and West

1962 — The Joyous Cosmology: Adventures in the Chemistry of Consciousness

1963 — The Two Hands of God: The Myths of Polarity

1964 — Beyond Theology: The Art of Godmanship

1965 — The “Deep-in” View: A Conversation with Alan Watts [booklet] 

1966 — The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are 

1967 — Nonsense

1968 — Cloud-Hidden, Whereabouts Unknown: A Mountain Journal

1970 — Does it Matter? Essays on Man’s Relation to Materiality

1971 — Erotic Spirituality: The Vision of Konarak

1972 — In My Own Way: An Autobiography, 1915-1965

1971 — The Theologia Mystica of Saint Dionysius [New and revised booklet: Alan Watts Journal]

1972 — The Art of Contemplation: A Facsimile Manuscript with Doodles

1972 — The Way of Liberation in Zen Buddhism [second edition booklet: Alan Watts Journal]

1973 — Tao: The Watercourse Way [completed by Al Chung-liang Huang]

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