The Psychology of Optimal Experience
Flow is an old-but-gold book where the solid science about the optimal experience (flow) reaches proves to be even more applicable in our time. Basically, the book is about how inner control of consciousness improves our quality of life and place ourself into a sustainable enjoyment, avoiding the constant noises of the society and the randomness of nature. It differentiates between external forces which can bring about pleasures and internal controls which bring about fulfilling enjoyment. Neither of them can be said better than the other, but the book gives thorough, logical reasonings and advice on how to continually enjoy work and life without uncontrollable stimulus.
May 15, 2020 at 3:00:00 PM
science, psychology, self-help, non-fiction
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