The practice or principle of complete obedience to authority even if unjust or arbitrary.(noun)
The practice or principle of refusing to resort to force even in defense against violence.(noun)
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Use "nonresistance" in a sentence
"If we just accepted what life dealt us with "nonresistance" (a major sticking point for Tolle) we'd live a more blissful existence."
"The conclusions of his studies and thinking had the disagreeable effect of leading him away from Garrison's doctrine of "nonresistance" and "disunion.""
"There is a spiritual consciousness that, through the power of nonresistance, can change a condition that appears solid."