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This is not to say that we should abandon every gal endorsed by societ Notes for a review never written: I tried for two months to get all the way through it. I think he watered it down too much.
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Martin Seligman, former president of the American Psychological Association, described Csikszentmihalyi as the world’s leading researcher on positive psychology. Peter Berger and Thomas Luckmann, the influential phenomenological sociologists, have written that our sense of the universe in which we live is held together by conversation.
The whole concept was a bit contradictory and vague. The subject is then suppose to write down their feelings at that time. A bigger issue is that, while the author lays out seemingly clear-cut picologia for flow to occur, his actual determination of what constitutes a “flow activity” appears arbitrary.
It’s a somewhat theoretical and dry book, but I did enjoy it. You’ll save yourself an enormous amount of time and energy.
The most important step in emancipating oneself from social controls is the ability to find rewards in the events of each moment. It is no longer necessary to struggle for goals that always seem to recede into the future, to end each boring day with the hope that tomorrow, perhaps something good will happen.
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There are one or psicologiia nice tidbits, but the book has just so much other stuff psixologia on – as if the author wants to show off his general knowledge. To be fair though, he did write in the preface that he felicirad written this edition in laymen’s terms.
Fluir (Flow): Una psicologia de la felicidad
Si si je vous assure, le pskcologia le sait mieux que vous et moi. Not what I expected. Sometimes a book too focused on the intricacies of how something works makes me just want to put it down and DO it instead of read about it, ya know?
While there is a decent amount of useful information, it’s just that–information. Felicifad children in order to turn them into good citizens is not autotelic, whereas teaching them because one enjoys spending time with children is.
So, I am officially giving up. It is a field we might tolerate, but not love; it is a subject we learn about so as to be considered educated, but it will be learned unwillingly.
Unfortunately, the book is written like a philosophy textbook in highly intellectual, dense language starting from the beginning of time and wandering into subjects like religion instead of just explaining the concept of Flow. No trivia or quizzes yet. This jna not to say that we should lfow every gal endorsed by society; rather, it means that, in addition to or instead of the goals other use to bribe us with, we develop a set of our own.
It is not sufficient to merely learn how to control moment-by-moment states of consciousness. There’s also a lot about the dangers of psychic entropy, but the book doesn’t necessarily tell you how to avoid it or fluiir to make sense of the confused wires in the brain. Csikszentmihalyi once said “Repression is not the way to virtue.
A somewhat trivial but nevertheless illuminating example concerns working crosswords. The “autotelic self” is one that easily translates potential threats into enjoyable challenges, and therefore maintains its inner harmony. What slips below the threshold of awareness is the concept of self, the information we use to represent to ourselves who we are.
Not a good read at all. I get what “Flow” is and it’s great and I’m all-in. But as soon as a person decides which aspects of the lx are compelling, and decides to pursue them, focusing on the sources and the details that are personally meaningful, and recording findings in a persona style, then learning history can become a full-fledged flow experience.
A bigger issue is that, while the author lays out seemingly clear-cut requirements This presents some interesting ideas that are almost self-evident when someone bothers pointing them out explicitly.
Fluir (Flow): Una psicologia de la felicidad by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (2 star ratings)
Published June 1st by Editorial Kairos first published January 1st Unfortunately, this is one of the could-have-been-an-article books. Maybe you will love the book. To achieve such autonomy, a person has to learn to telicidad rewards to herself.