字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Meditation, properly understood and properly practiced, is a systematic means to turn the attention powerfully within, to experience and explore deeper levels of mind, quieter levels of human awareness, until the mind is completely settled in the simplest state of human awareness. Through Transcendental Meditation one can slip into a "zone," if you like, in which you are thoroughly alert, profoundly relaxed, very joyful in spirits, but unfocused on anything in particular. It's not a thing that you're happy about, and yet you're joyful. It's not a thing that you're thinking about specifically, and yet you're alert. You're not asleep but you're profoundly relaxed. It's a really curious state that is a thing in itself. One thing about Transcendental Meditation, and you hear this from many people who've tried a bunch of different techniques to get to this state, is it's one of the simplest, most practical and effortless ways of accessing the transcendent. In this meditative state the body gains a deep state of rest, deeper than sleep, and deep-seeded stress is dissolved, providing an affective prevention and treatment for stress-related illness, removing the deleterious effects of stress on health and brain functioning. It's a systematic technique to develop the full potential of mind and body.