The Tao of Time Diana Hunt & Pam Hait 1991 Redux

I reviewed The Tao of Time in an earlier post. I’ve been using the concepts in an entirely unapproved fashion – no affirmations, no visualizations, no consistency. Bad Organizer, bad. I’ll probably never mutter a mantra or see fluffy clouds, because I excruciatingly dislike both methods of relaxing. Haven’t even pretended to pick up a…

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The Tao of Time by Diana Hunt and Pam Hait 1991

Pocket watches

This is a fascinating book which basically denies the validity of Western, clock-driven concepts of time. Its authors teach internally-driven time-keeping habits based on the Eastern principles of Taoism. Taoism can be viewed as a philosophy or religion: it is holistic, a defining set of practices and beliefs to govern a practitioner’s actions and values.…

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