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The Art of Effortless Living is a documentary based on the traditional philosophy and essential teaching of Taoism. The practice of nondoing, nonforcing is the …

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33 thoughts on “The Art of Effortless Living (Taoist Documentary) financial history documentary”

  1. The sequel to 'The Art of Effortless Living' is out now! It is called 'The Art of Effortless Living 2 – Effortless Action: The Art of Spontaneity.' If you enjoyed this documentary then you will love the sequel. Here is the link to the sequel 'The Art of Effortless Living' was based on my book 'Effortless Living.' You can find 'Effortless Living' book at this link (affiliate link). Also don't forget my new book 'Emotional Intuition for Peak Performance' was published June 16. You can find my new book at the following link (affiliate link). Thank you for all of the wonderful comments people. I love and appreciate you all.

  2. Yes indeed, Great work deserve good recommendations, thanks to Dr Igudia on YouTube for curing my Diabetes with his herbal medication. I will forever tell the world about your good work.

  3. 1:55 please don't use that hat (Manchu style) to articulate ancient Han Chinese culture and wisdom, it is an insult to Han Chinese culture. It down plays the grandeur of your topic of Tao.

  4. Thank you so much for the video! It’s utterly incredible. I was gripped from start to finish and have listened to it several times. Really appreciate what you’re doing and for doing it so brilliantly. With much gratitude 🙂

  5. I only understand the detriment of Confucianism thanks to you and your vids jason. Also, no one has explained the "spokes on a wheel and the center" in the manner i can grasp as you have. Thanks buddy. Also, love that monk in your video that goes through the city at the pace he percieves to be the present whilst everyone else around him is rushing to their hypnosis.

  6. Very interesting and quite inspiring. Many points to investigate! But then I noticed something that seemed to me to be out of tune with many of the statements in the video.
    Why helping to fund a company like Amazon that belongs to the organizations that are helping to wreak havoc on the world? One figure is enough to understand what Amazon does to circumvent American regulations on imports from China. Search the Internet for information on why Amazon opened a warehouse on the Mexican border.

    And a question: why among all "modern" spiritual teachers worldwide, all teachings and references consider all religions and/or philosophies like Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Sufism but no words on Islam or Judaism?

  7. The material world have created so many tools of suffering that oneself forgets its true nature (i.e. infinite intelligence or consciousness). This has become so obsessive that we often confuse happiness with the material gain and once we are achieve it, there isn't any happiness that we thought we would get.

    The biggest question today becomes how do we navigate through our lives without being attached to the suffering this world brings along, is there any way where we can escape?

    As Ramana Maharishi quoted "Tatvam assi" summing everything in just two words, which means "That thou art" which in plain English means "you are it", you are the consciousness in every single thing, the object that you see or feel outside is eventually inside. Navigating with this knowledge that you are the part of infinite consciousness is the real state of joyfulness.

    Thanks @Jason for bringing this beautiful documentary.

  8. Should we interfere with other's affairs at times, or never at all?
    For example today, I noticed someone dropped his cellphone and didn't notice, so I let him know. Would this be in accordance with Taoism? I'm pretty sure I didn't follow the flow of things per se, I had to make this person look at me, hear me etc in order to help a fellow human. Would this behavioir be of the confucionist ilk, and if so, what's the problem with it?
    And this is just one of many examples I can give, but let's start here and see where it takes us.

  9. Thank you for creating this and sharing this! The world desperately needs this wisdom to emerge at this time. We need a new way of thinking so we can go to the next level of growing into evolved higher beings.

  10. What you talk about in this video is deep and meaningful and a great guide to The Dao, but the images and scenes depicted come across as stock footage, actors playing roles. For someone like myself it was a distraction and came across as false and disengenuous.

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