Sunday, April 29, 2007

What is the Flow ? Part 7

Our conclusion from this research process is that flow is the ultimate
feedback machine. Flow responds directly to our beliefs, behaviors,
and actions. We can either enhance this state of perfect timing and
flawless serendipity, or we can diminish it and even cut it off. When
we become open, willing, trusting, we experience flow as fulfillment
and joy, and synchronicities pop up all over the place. When we become
fearful, doubting, controlling, flow diminishes, our day is filled
with blocks and frustrations, and synchronicities cease.

In this book, we have distilled the major beliefs, attitudes and
behaviors of the flowmasters into the nine attributes that engage
flow: commitment, honesty, courage, passion, immediacy, openness,
receptivity, positivity, and trust. We have offered fourteen practical
techniques for you to deepen those attributes in yourself; you'll find
them in chapters 7 through 11. We based the techniques on established
psychological and communication theories, and people in the focus
groups tried them out in their lives. Their enthusiastic feedback
assured us that, yes, we all have it within ourselves to expand into
meaning, lightness, and serenity. We don't have to be yogis chanting
mantras in icy Himalayan caves to live in this state of inner peace.
Because synchronicity is the key -and synchronicity occurs to
absolutely everyone, including you - we all have it within ourselves
to live in flow.

Introduction to "The Power of Flow"
by Charlene Belitz and Meg Lundstrom

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