Wu Wei: The Taoist Practice of Non-Action

Wu Wei: The Taoist Practice of Non-Action

What does it mean to take non-action? Why should you never try to force things to happen before the universe is ready? An important lesson in the Tao Te Ching is practicing wu wei, or non-action. When we observe instead of act, it opens us up to a whole new world of possibilities. We must also learn to let go of ambition and the need for external validation because earthly pleasures only act as distractions from finding true fulfillment. Keep reading to learn more about non-action in Taoism.

How to Live a Balanced Life With Taoism

How to Live a Balanced Life With Taoism

Why is there no such thing as “good” and “evil” in Taoism? How can one achieve balance through objectivity? The Taoist belief is that one must live a balanced life and can achieve this by living objectively. This means that a Taoist master must embrace all people without labeling or defining them. Continue on to learn more about objectivity and balance in Taoism.

Tiny Habits Examples: How to Use Fogg’s Method

Tiny Habits Examples: How to Use Fogg’s Method

Are you interested in BJ Fogg’s Tiny Habits method but aren’t quite sure how to use apply it in real life? Do you want Tiny Habits examples to help you better understand? In this article, we’ve put together six examples of how to use the Tiny Habits method. One of the examples is from Fogg himself and the other five are from Habiteers (anyone who follows the Tiny Habits method). Continue on for Tiny Habits examples.

The 9 Taoist Virtues and How to Become a Master

The 9 Taoist Virtues and How to Become a Master

What are the nine Taoist virtues? What are the four levels of faith? How does one become a Taoist master? According to Stephen Mitchell’s translation of the Tao Te Ching, there are nine Taoist virtues that make up the “Supreme Virtue.” By embodying those Taoist virtues, a master is able to embody the four levels of faith. Keep reading to learn more about the Taoist virtues and masters.

Group Change: The Two Types of Leaders

Group Change: The Two Types of Leaders

What are the two types of leaders of group change? What are the benefits of trying to make behavior changes in a group? There are two types of leaders when it comes to group change: Ringleaders and Ninjas. Ringleaders are clearly recognized leaders of change and Ninjas try to make positive changes from the shadows. Continue on to learn about the benefits of changing with others and the types of group change leaders.

How to Have a Harmonious Life Through Taoism

How to Have a Harmonious Life Through Taoism

How can you live a harmonious life? Why can’t humanity live in harmony with the world? To live a harmonious life means to do what the universe requires of you and nothing more. Unfortunately, humanity has fallen out of harmony with nature because of its need to industrialize and consume. But you can still live a harmonious life within a corrupt world. Keep reading to learn how to live in harmony with the Tao.

How to Get Rid of Bad Habits One Tiny Step at a Time

How to Get Rid of Bad Habits One Tiny Step at a Time

Do you want to know how to get rid of bad habits? What have you been missing out on because you’ve been entangled in your bad habits? The Tiny Habits Method was created by behaviorist BJ Fogg and it helps you learn the best methods for developing positive habits. However, many of Fogg’s followers realized that the Tiny Habits Method could also be used to rid themselves of bad habits as well. Keep reading to learn how to use the Tiny Habits Method to rid yourself of bad habits.

Do You Know the Tiny Habits That Change Everything?

Do You Know the Tiny Habits That Change Everything?

How can making tiny, daily changes improve your entire life? How can you become a Habiteer? The book Tiny Habits is about how it doesn’t take huge amounts of motivation or effort to make big changes in your life. All it takes is the willingness to incorporate habits that take less than 30 seconds every day. It’s the tiny habits that change everything, not the large, unsustainable ones. Continue on to learn how you can make tiny changes for huge results.

Building Good Habits Is Like Growing a Plant

Building Good Habits Is Like Growing a Plant

Why is building good habits like growing a plant? Why is consistency so important? When you’re trying to build better habits, it’s like planting a seed. Just a little bit of water every day can help the plant thrive and grow to unexpected places. But if you forget to water it, then it will wither away. Keep reading about how consistency is key in building good habits.

5 Factors for Success: The Tiny Habit’s Ability Chain

5 Factors for Success: The Tiny Habit’s Ability Chain

What is the Ability Chain from Tiny Habits? What are the five factors for success? When trying to form a new habit, there are three components: motivation, ability, and prompt. The ability component can be thought of as a chain with five links. or the ability chain. These five links, or the five factors for success, are time, money, physical effort, mental effort, and how easy it is to incorporate the habit into your routine. Keep reading to learn more about the ability chain and its five links.