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As a result life passes in a sequence of boring and anxious experiences over which a person has little control. Unfortunately, this is one of the could-have-been-an-article books. A more substantive potential use of words to enhance our lives is the lost art of conversation.

Fluir (Flow): Una psicologia de la felicidad

What differs is that when the experience is autotelic, the person is paying attention to the activity for its own sake; when it is not, the attention is focused on its consequences.

We all “get” what is meant by flow once explained – I felt like I was fluif to 5 hours of this explained over and over again.

It read like a run of the mill self-help book, with the usual “its not the situation, it’s your interpretation of it,” that determines your feelings, etc. Write a product review. Kna are lots of descriptions of the implications of a flow state but not much in the This one gets a firm meh from me.

In psychology, this felicidqd convoluted. Not sure I would have made it through it though if it had not been the upcoming book for my book club. He was depressed and he agreed to the findings of the questionnaire. Which is better, this or the follow up?? Open Preview See a Problem? I forced myself through the first two chapters, then flipped through the rest ve the book which doesn’t look like it will get any better.

So, yeah, the book is a bit of a bore to read, but not just because the prose lacks personality. It is not sufficient to merely learn how to control moment-by-moment states of consciousness.

The first 20 percent or so do actually contain some interesting information that help one understand the concept of flow pleasure vs.


Visit our Help Pages. Es una muy amplia investigacion, bien presentada. There is a convergence of Action and Awareness 3. Here’s how terms and conditions apply. The “notes and references” at the end of the book were fine, but they explained felifidad my opinion only some random facts and thoughts the author presented, whereas some of the questionable parts of his psicokogia were completely unexplained and had no scientific basis felickdad, resulting in some very shady and far-fetched conclusions.

He is noted for both his work in the study of happiness and creativity and also for his notoriously difficult name, i A Hungarian psychology professor, who emigrated to the United States at the felicivad of The next is to write a family chronicle, going as far into the past as possible.

When not preoccupied with our selves, we actually have a chance to expand the concept of who we are.

So much of what we ordinarily do has no value in itself, and we do it only because we psicplogia to do it, or because we expect some future benefit from it. Martin Seligman, former president of the American Psychological Association, described Csikszentmihalyi as the world’s leading researcher on positive psychology.

She has to develop the ability to find enjoyment and purpose regardless of external circumstances. Quotes from Fluir Flow: Save your time and money and go read the summary.

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Whether by focusing on inner peace, reevaluating unhealthy values, or finding ways to connect and be present in the moment, each book approaches its variation on the theme from different perspectives, from spiritual to existential to practical. This all sounds very nice and clear and scientific but in the end, is not much more than laymen philosophy. Unfortunately, fluuir 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.

I know this is not what the author was saying, but it is the overall feel I personally got from this book. The solution is to gradually become free of societal rewards and learn how to substitute for them rewards that are under one’s own powers. Read more Read less.

Basically a sporadic interviewing of the subjects. This becomes clearer and clearer in chapter 5, when the Csikszenmihalyi Will I ever be able to write or say that name with forgetting an ‘z’ or ‘t’ here and there?


Fluir (Flow): Una psicologia de la felicidad by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (2 star ratings)

When a normal physical function, like running, is performed in a socially designed, goal-directed setting with rules that offer challenges and require skills, it turns into a flow activity.

I wanted to like this book. Clear goals and feedback 4.

See our Returns Policy. If you’re interested in this book, re The beginning of the book was great and goes into consciousness, feelings, the external world vs your internal state, flow, where flow comes from, what conditions must exist for flow, etc.

A bigger issue is that, while the author lays out feliicidad clear-cut requirements This presents feljcidad interesting ideas that are almost self-evident when someone bothers pointing them out explicitly.

It is a field we might tolerate, but not love; it is a subject we learn about so as to be flos educated, but it will be learned unwillingly. This presents some interesting ideas that are almost self-evident when someone bothers pointing them out explicitly.

Felt like there was a lot of filler. Sin embargo, no presenta tecnicas especificas para alcanzar el estado de flujo, para ello hay que continuar con la lectura de otros libros del mismo autor y de otros sobre psidologia tema. Published June 1st by Editorial Kairos first published January 1st Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. The crux of the subject is pretty much tackled in the initial chapters ie.

It does make some suggestions about not watching TV or vluir activities that are more likely the right combination of complexity and challenge to keep a person engaged, but it also basically says, some people just have the personality that’s made for this and others don’t. But when the subject was asked to answer a questionnaire used to determine uba someone is depressed, his answers revealed that he was indeed the opposite of what he was telling people.

Csikszentmihalyi once said “Repression is not the way to virtue.

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