|Title:||The Path of Least Resistance: Learning to Become the Creative Force in Your Life|
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|Category:||Psychology and Counseling|
|Publisher:||Ballantine Books (June 6, 1996)|
Fritz argues for the power of the individual to choose to become the predominant creative force in his or her life.
Using as analogy the scientific principle that energy follows the path of least resistance, the founder of the DMA seminars attempts an easily assimilated self-help book-a substantial revision of his 1984 best seller. He argues that just as wind moves around natural obstructions, seeking the path of least resistance, so do we attempt to move around the structures of our lives-getting by with as few hassles as possible. Fritz's advice is to modify the structures, enabling the creative energy within to flourish instead of dissipate. After that he comes up with the & seeks resolution' model which explains why it is so difficult to & to the plan' when you want to change something in your life. Most of the time you are trying to actively chang your every day behaviour, after some time a lot of people seem to fall back to their old behaviour.
The theme of Robert Fritz’ brilliant book, The Path of Least Resistance can be summed up in three words: Structure determines behavior. Like you, before reading the book I had no idea what the heck that meant. Nor did I have any idea what structural conflict vs. structural tension was all about-let alone why creating structural tension is the core attribute of creative genius. I have this book opens up a new vision in me that I choose to be the predominant creative force in my life. Jan 07, 2008 elizabeth kimmel rated it it was amazing.
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Learning to Become the Creative Force in Your Own Life. Robert Fritz tells us that our souls will not invest themselves in a compromise and then lays out the way for us to rock it. In this Note, we'll take a peek at what keeps us stuck (or, as he says, "oscillating" between our ideals and our limiting beliefs that we can’t attain 'em), and how to create healthy tension where we know what we want and we consistently take baby steps in the right direction in line with our deepest commitments.
Why do you do what you do and how can you change it? It’s more complex than habits. There are patterns that take you to where you want to go or avoid what you want to dodge. Author Robert Fritz, developer of the Technologies for Creating, has developed a field of study called Macrostructural Patterns explained in his book that demystifies habitual behavior to help you create what you want in life. Fritz teaches that human behavior, like physics, flows along the path.
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She will flow where there is least resistance. Good or bad is another story. In the path that offers What I liked: 1. A very simple and most overlooked quality of nature. She will flow where there is least resistance. In the path that offers least resistance she will flow.
The Path of Least Resistance: Learning to Become the Creative Force in Your Own Life, Revised and Expanded discusses how humans can find inspiration in their own lives to drive creative process. This text will be of great use to individuals who seek to use their own lives as the driving force of their creative process.