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  • mindfulness is actually, a way of connecting with your life

  • and it's something that doesn't involve a lot of energy,

  • it involves a kind of the cultivating attention in a particular way,

  • the way I define it, is paying attention

  • on purpose in the present moment, non-judgmentally

  • and then I like to add sometimes, as if your life depended on it

  • because it does,

  • attention is the faculty that allows us to navigate our lives

  • in one way or another to actually know what's happening

  • or know that we don't know what's happening and find ways to

  • be in a wiser relationship to things that are going on in our lives

  • than being at the mercy, say,

  • of our own emotional reactions and crazy thoughts and

  • fears and so forth

  • so it's paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally

  • as if your life depended on it

  • so paying attention to what? you might ask, well

  • it doesn't actually matter, it's the attending itself that's important

  • more important than what it is that you're paying attention to

  • but that said, if you start to pay attention to how much attention we pay to anything

  • you begin to notice that the mind is all over the place

  • it never sit still, this idea and that opinion and this reaction, and

  • we spend a huge amount of time planning and worrying about the future

  • and a huge amount of time reminiscing about the past and

  • who did what to whom or why it worked out this way or why it didn't work out this way

  • and the present moment, which is the only time that we're ever alive in

  • the only time we could learn anything

  • express any kind of love or emotion

  • the only time we could be in our own body

  • the only time we can see or hear or smell or taste or touch or communicate,

  • is now

  • and yet the present moment gets completely squeezed out

  • by all of our preoccupation with the future and the past

  • when we start to pay attention to our own mind and our own body

  • it's like reclaiming your life,

  • mindfulness is not a technique

  • although there are many, many different ways to cultivate mindfulness

  • it's actually a way of being, being embodied

  • being in some sense, in equilibrium

  • with the comings and goings of the outer world

  • and even the comings and goings and the ups and downs

  • of having a body, which, of course, has its wonders and is also

  • at sometimes, seriously problematic when we're dealing with

  • health problems of one kind or another or things can happen to the body

  • and as long as we have this capacity for awareness

  • why not develop it? much of the time

  • if you think about our educational system and how we grow up

  • we are trained more and more and more to get into thinking

  • and thinking is wonderful stuff, very powerful,

  • some of the greatest the achievements of humanity

  • come out of thought, and out of imagination and out of creativity

  • but the other piece o f it, thats equally as powerful

  • as the capacity for thought, is the capacity for awareness

  • but we get no training in awareness and attention

  • huge amount of training in thought

  • so a lot of the time when we need getting to bed at the end of a long day

  • we can't deal with our thoughts that we can't sleep

  • they just cant perseverate over and over and over again, the same thoughts

  • we want to shut them out

  • the more you try to shut them out, the more they come in ,and pretty soon you don't get to sleep

  • or you wind up with that basic chronic anxiety or some kinda condition or other

  • depressive rumination can spiral you into depression

  • a little bit of sadness and then

  • that triggers this kinda perseverating constantly, what's wrong with me?

  • why don't people like me? why didn't she look at me? whatever it is

  • these are all thoughts, I'm no good, I'm too old

  • my life is all downhill from here

  • all of those things, they're only thoughts, but most of the time we think of them as the truth,

  • so a mindfulness does, in a way, it embraces the actuality of

  • the mind, the heart, the body and our relationality with the outer world

  • and gives us new degrees of freedom

  • to navigate the ups and the downs and the ins and outs of our relationships,

  • with life, with other people, with our own aspirations and our own fears

  • and also and most fundamentally with our own body,

  • now most of us don't want to go anywhere near our own body

  • except under very specialized circumstances particular times,

  • it seems like, wow, it's wonderful to have these bodily experiences

  • but a lot of the time we're just pretty much up here

  • thinking, thinking, thinking, thinking

  • and really believing so many of these thoughts as the truth

  • that we wind up in a very narrow band of what's actually possible for us in terms of our human experience

  • 英文字幕:大西啟介

mindfulness is actually, a way of connecting with your life

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    Hou Kunpo に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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