Research for a modular set of tools to help you live life the way you want.
Foucault writes: "In this period there was a culture of what could be called personal writing: taking notes on the reading, conversations, and reflections that one hears or engages in oneself; keeping kinds of notebooks on important subjects (what the Greeks call 'hupomnemata'), which must be reread from time to time so as to reactualize their contents."
"The school was recognized worldwide for its approach of focusing on the design of the system rather than the object."
Perception (Self, Society, Species, Cosmos)
Processing (Mental Models, Simple Rules, Heuristics)
Action (The Open Hand, Probabilities, Intent, Ordering)
Compassion (Connecting, Feeling, Humility)
Communication (Self Expression, Open Dialogues, Socratic Questioning)
Motion (Perpetual, Compounding, The Current, Linear, Cyclical)
Disorder (Probabilities, Failure, Doubt, Entropy)
“You never change things by fighting existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” - Buckminster Fuller
Wu wei is an important concept in Taoism that literally means non-action or non-doing. In the Tao Te Ching, Lao Tzu explains that beings (or phenomena) that are wholly in harmony with the Tao behave in a completely natural, uncontrived way. The goal of spiritual practice for the human being is, according to Lao Tzu, the attainment of this purely natural way of behaving, as when the planets revolve around the sun. The planets effortlessly do this revolving without any sort of control, force, or attempt to revolve themselves, thus engaging in effortless and spontaneous movement.