Zen in the Art of Archery
by Eugen Herrigel
The book sets forth theories about motor learning and control that provide lessons for learning any sport or physical activity. For example, a central idea in the book is that through years of practice, a physical activity becomes effortless both mentally and physically, as if the body executes complex and difficult movements without conscious control from the mind.
Categories: Buddhism• Philosophy• Religion & Spirituality
Reading time: 1 – 2 hours