L'art de la simplicité: simplifier sa vie, c'est l'enrichir

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  • Title: L'art de la simplicité: simplifier sa vie, c'est l'enrichir
  • Author: Dominique Loreau
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  • Page: 167
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  • Simplifier sa vie, c est l enrichir, contrairement ce que pr ne notre soci t de consommation D couvrez un mode de vie zen, directement issu de l art de vivre japonais, reposant sur le principe du moins pour plus , appliqu tous les domaines, du mat riel au spirituel Essayez purez votre int rieur, videz vos armoires, abandonnez vos achats compulsifs, apprenez Simplifier sa vie, c est l enrichir, contrairement ce que pr ne notre soci t de consommation D couvrez un mode de vie zen, directement issu de l art de vivre japonais, reposant sur le principe du moins pour plus , appliqu tous les domaines, du mat riel au spirituel Essayez purez votre int rieur, videz vos armoires, abandonnez vos achats compulsifs, apprenez manger plus frugal, prenez soin de votre corps et donc de votre esprit L l gance, le bien tre et le mieux vivre l usage des femmes occidentales, telles sont les promesses de cet ouvrage inspir des philosophies orientales L Art de la simplicit appr hende toutes les approches pour se sentir en harmonie avec soi m me et, par cons quent, avec les autres vivre zen, telle est la cl de l quilibre et du bonheur.

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    About “Dominique Loreau

    • Dominique Loreau

      Dominique Loreau est une essayiste fran aise qui vit depuis la fin des ann es 1970 au Japon, o elle propose des s minaires destin s ceux qui veulent simplifier leur vie Elle s est fait conna tre gr ce son ouvrage L Art de la simplicit , paru en 2005 Je ne suis pas du tout crivain , d clare t elle Lorsqu elle a commenc r diger son livre partir de ses notes personnelles, certains passages s adressaient sp cifiquement aux femmes, d autres aux hommes, puis elle s est dit Fl te Le monde est toujours au masculin, moi je le mets au f minin C est une petite plaisanterie.L id e de son livre est n e en voyant les citadins japonais vivre dans tant d encombrement et de choses, et d tre toujours stress s et fatigu s, chercher leurs affaires, vivre dans des int rieurs qui sont vraiment pleins craquer On ne sait pas o s asseoir Et je me dis A quoi a sert tout a from



    388 thoughts on “L'art de la simplicité: simplifier sa vie, c'est l'enrichir

    • Probably the most annoying book I've read in a long time. Patronising, full of stereotypes and advice that's not exacly good or healthy. The only thing I liked were the recipes for homemade beauty treatments - hence the 2-star rating.


    • الكاتبة فرنسية سكنت اليابان مدة طويلةظهر في كتابها تأثرها الكبير بالثقافة اليابانية أسلوب الكتاب سلس مباشرأحيانا أشعر بشيء من التكرارلكن الأفكار التي تعرضها الكاتبة جيدةوإن كانت تستشهد كثيرا بحديقة زن والمذهب البوذيالذي تأثرت بطريقته خطابها في الكتاب موجه للنساء وبما يو [...]


    • I said it as I was reading it & now that I have finished, I can confirm it is true L’art de la Simplicité: How to Live More with Less is my Wuthering Heights of simplicity books. Some of you know how I feel about Wuthering Heights. (If you don't, read on)I like reading simplicity books. They're kind of soothing fluff for me, light, inspiring, etc. But, this is not the case here. Supposedly this is a melding of her French sensibilities with her love of Japanese zen/simplicity, but it's as [...]


    • I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.I'd like to start out by saying there were a few things in this book that I agreed with generally. With that being said, I disagree with this book as a whole. I understand that the author is writing this from the perspective of someone who has lived in both French and Japanese culture, but most of this book felt like patriarchal propaganda to me. The book is geared toward women, which gave me the following impression: women are simp [...]


    • I love the idea of the book. I find culture of consumption revolting and unfortunately I am part of it, but I'm determined to do and buy fewer and fewer unneeded things. That said, this book is exactly what it advocates against owning: useless horrible crap of a book. Narrative is absolutely random, there is no structure between chapters, between paragraphs, not even between sentences. Author contradicts herself all the time, and I don't mean small story details, she can't even get right what sh [...]


    • كتاب جميل جدًا، شكرًا لمن أوصاني بهقرأت فقراته بشكل يوميّ قبل النوم، وأعطيتها الوقت الذي يليق بها تأملًا وإعادةالكتاب عبارة عن تلخيص للتبسيط وروح البساطة في كل شيء، أعجبني محتواه بشكل كبير، واحتفظت بصفحات كاملة منه خضتُ تجارب بتبسيط ما حولي مع الفصل الأول "المادية والاكتفا [...]


    • Vă spune ceva arta simplităţii? Ca atâtea alte metode de a alege un stil de viaţă – de care sunt pline cărţile de self help în ziua de azi –, şi aceasta e una posibilă. În ce mă priveşte, mi se pare cea mai bună. Într-o lume a hiperconsumului, opţiunea pentru simplitate – sau pentru „dietetică”, cum ne îndemna altădată Alex. Leo Şerban – este esenţială. Să înlături surplusul, să te fixezi pe elementele bazice, esenţiale echivalează şi cu un soi de purif [...]


    • Η Dominique Loreau έχει κάνει αυτό που για μένα αποτελεί όνειρο ζωής! Να συνδυάσει την Ανατολή και τη Δύση, να "παντρέψει" αυτές τις δύο τόσο διαφορετικές κουλτούρες, ζώντας με το να μην αρνείται την Δυτική καταγωγή της, αλλά ενσωματώνοντας σε αυτήν όλα τα θετικά στοιχεία της Ανατολ [...]


    • مترجم من الفرنسية للعربية، كتبته سيدة فرنسية عاشت في اليابان لمدة تربو على 10 سنوات، تعلمت فيها غثاء الحياة المادية و روعة حياة البساطة تنادي الكاتبة بالتخلص من عادة الاستهلاك و الشراء النهم و التكديس - كررت الكاتبة هذه الكلمة كثيرا في سطورها- من عيوبه أن الكاتبة قد حولت العد [...]


    • هل هناك علاقة طردية بين كثرة الكماليات في حياتنا و خواء الروح ؟! بالتالي الشعور بالحزن و الكآبة من غير سبب واضح؟فن البساطة اجابني على هذا السؤال ، لمحبي البساطة سيروق لكم هذا الكتاب.


    • "Simplicity means possessing little, clearing the way for the bare necessities, the quintessence of things. Simplicity is beautiful because it brings hidden joys."This beautiful, soulful book expresses what many of us desire, but often can't achieve -- a life of simplicity and beauty. While I have always valued experiences over things, I still seem to have accumulated a lot of things along the way. The older I seem to get, the more valuable the act of paring down seems to be.This book is inspiri [...]


    • فكرة الكتاب ببساطة، أن المؤلفة شعرت بثقل المادية عليها، وأحست بأن أسلوب اليابانيين في السيطرة على المادية هو الحل، هذا الكتاب هو مجرد نصائح لمن يشعر بثقل المادية، فيتكلم عن طرق جميلة لترتيب الحياة لجعلها أخف وأقل ثقلاً على أرواحنا استغربت صراحة من لغة الكتاب التي كانت تخاط [...]


    • It started out with a BANGen fizzled. The first third of the book was absolutely enthralling and I fully thought it was 5 star worthy but then it became a bit rambling and redundant towards the end. Still lots of great lifestyle ideas and practical suggestions that I won't forget. Worth a read.


    • Si on met de côté le passage sur l'alimentation qui me paraît absurde, ce livre est une incroyable source de positivité. Il regorge de petits conseils à appliquer au quotidien pour rendre la vie plus facile, pour atteindre plus de paix, de sérénité et de joie. Je vais vraiment le garder près de moi pour relire régulièrement certains passages et m'inspirer quand j'en aurai besoin !


    • To be honest I was expecting more of the book. Maybe I had false expectations, thinking it would be focused on buying and consuming less. However, it is centered around how to take care of yourself, your appartement etc. Even though it was inspiring on how to live simple and minimalistic, some things were quite self-explanatory, or, on the other spectrum, not quite realistic. Overall a good read to think about consumerism and our consumer behaviour and be aware of how we act, live and feel.


    • This was DNF - I got bored and annoyed about 30 pages in, did some skimming to find more ridiculousness, and gave up. Such as - unattractive clothes make us gain weight? the Japanese are all perfect and own nothing? don't anything someone would want to steal? Also, incredibly basic tips like use a dishcloth, clean your house, etc.Plus, really harmful female stereotypes - someone with chipped nail polish is depressed and has low self esteem; being fat is simply a lack of willpower; "eating little [...]


    • This author sounds so cliched. It's fine when it's vague, but as soon as she starts to give specific examples she contradicts herself. In the section on minimalist beauty care, she says don't give in to the expensive and wasteful beauty industry and then the next paragraph she says buy a top-quality foundation because once a woman has discovered her perfect foundation, she can conquer the world. Umm? And I recall her saying an antique baroque wardrobe will look out of place in a modern apartment [...]


    • Self-help at its finest, but with a common sense twist. Nicely written, it emphasizes the need for simplicity in everyday life and the importance of taking care of oneself at all times. It bothered me that it seems to be directed only at women, without an explanation as to why men wouldn't be able to follow the same path. All in all, a day's worth of reading that doesn't feel lost.


    • I have to admit several times while I was reading this I thought to myself nah this can't possibly be written for a French audience! Most of the subjects all sound like typical American issues. It was interesting anyhow.


    • quite condescending and honestly a little cruel towards women in particular - I do not want to be slim, thanks, and I don't think chipped nail polish means someone is depressed or sloppy. too many instructions on *what exactly to get* if you want to "live simply" - apparently only unbreakable white plates will do - which left me feeling cold and frustrated. a big no thanks from me.


    • Amazing book, a great eye opener for everyone! A must read guys Apple vinegar came into my life :) and I already changed some rituals in my daily life So good!


    • 3.5 starsIf you can get past the author's incessant references to expensive high-quality leather armchairs, pashmina shawls, and cashmere throws this is a wonderful book on living life with a minimalist philosophy.Unlike Marie Kondo style books, this is not a how-to book on folding shirts or organizing closets. This is a book on what a minimalist life philosophy looks like in practice. How do you organize your life to live in a mindful, ascetic, simple and minimalist way. It's in the way you dre [...]


    • I won this book in a Giveaway and was very excited to have the opportunity to read it. After finishing the book, I feel like I actually wasted my time.The book provides elitist and vain advice throughout. At the beginning, I hoped that it would provide sound advice, even if impractical in Western society, but it soon became about being the most beautiful and graceful. Although I agree that beauty does promote happiness, the advice seems to take you to a place that causes you to believe that you [...]


    • Ce livre est un bijou. Dominique Loreau a puisé son inspiration dans son expérience au Japon. Vivre avec simplicité est une manière de penser, et après avoir lu ce livre, on se sent tout léger, et on n'a qu'une envie, vider son armoire!Bien sûr tout n'est pas à prendre - il serait très difficile pour moi de n'avoir qu'un sac - mais ce livre inspire, il aide à chercher en soi des réponses. Je le considère maintenant comme une référence vers laquelle je me tournerai dans les moments [...]


    • Full of BS. Book is useless piles of mantras such as "oh, we're so materialistic, let's live like Japanese" - author is ignorant than Japanese are most avid customers of luxury goods in the whole world. In one chapter author said to get rid of most possessions, and in the next chapter she gives an advice how to store your best china or to keep a pack of your best tea towels in plain view - minimalism, indeed. I've read a lot of organizing/minimalism books, and this one is the most useless.


    • لا بأس به للمبتدئين في عالم البساطة يفتقر للتركيز والعمق في عرض بعض الأفكار،أفضل ما فيه مقولة لميلان كانديرا: "كنت قد اتخذت من البساطة مبدئي في الوجود. كنت مصمما على ألا أحتفظ إلا بالقليل جدا من الأشياء الأساسية. كنت أجد في هذه العبارة الصوفية والأسبارطية الصارمة بركة تغمرني [...]


    • I have mixed feelings about this book. On the one hand, I appreciate the minimalism movement in that it is aiming to create an awareness of the dangers of consumerism and excess in our culture and others around the world. On the other hand, I think there's a fine line between advocating for less waste and intentional living and being a minimalism snob. This book has me on the fence about which of those categories it fits into.Things I did enjoy about this book:• There were some redeeming quali [...]


    • مليان توجيهات وقلب تنمية بشرية فالاخر وكان فيه تكرار كتير بس فيه شوية افكار حلوة


    • The worst book I read this year so far. Seriously. First of all, I'm totally not a self-help / self-improvement books fan, and I didn't think that this is one of them. I thought it'd be about living with less. You know, how you apreciate things you have and be less consuming then be in peace. Turned out this book told me:- To buy the best / most luxurious thing then discard everything else (buy leather jacket because it will age gracefully kind of advice)- What kind of handbag I should buy- How [...]


    • I've been reading about this topic for a long time now but it's always good to get a refresher on "less is more". The last part, on behavior, was especially interesting.


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