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Psychology Today: Finding flow

@inproceedings{Cskszentmihlyi2007PsychologyTF,
  title={Psychology Today: Finding flow},
  author={M. Cs{\'i}kszentmih{\'a}lyi},
  year={2007}
}
  • M. Csíkszentmihályi
  • Published 2007
  • IMAGINE THAT YOU ARE SKIING DOWN A SLOPE and your full attention is focused on the movements of your body and your full attention is focused on the movements of your body, the position of the skis, the air whistling past your face, and the snow-shrouded trees running by. There is no room in your awareness for conflicts or contradictions; you know that a distracting thought or emotion might get you buried face down in the snow. The run is so perfect that you want it to last forever.