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  • the latest research in mindfulness is showing

  • that if it's possible to actually

  • practice paying attention and systematic ways

  • that changed the way the brain is wired

  • changes the way the brain functions, changes

  • structure, very structure of the brain, in ways that enhance well-being

  • and clarity and multiple intelligences

  • so this is a very, very exciting time

  • where science in meditation coming together

  • because with discovering that the human organism

  • is really capable profound the technical word is called

  • plasticity, what the brain is an organ that changes in relationship to experience

  • and actually the chromosomes are changing always in relationship to

  • experience, and so

  • meditation even seems to be able to drive changes in which

  • genes in our chromosomes are being upregulated, in which genes being

  • down-regulated, which means we have a lot more freedom

  • to transform our organism, and our life experience and

  • and attain some degree profound

  • well-being and satisfaction than what we ever thought, that

  • scientifically amazing and

  • it's also seems to be the case

  • mindfulness is a way to live your life if it really mattered

  • and that involves being in the present moment

  • with open heart presence and kindness

  • with yourself, well, all of us are very busy

  • so how do we bring mindfulness into our life

  • the way to do it, is anyway we can feel right to us

  • so there's no one right way to do this but

  • a certain ways in which we cultivate awareness

  • can be very valuable, and a one thing that we might

  • bring our awareness to is the body, and just the sense of

  • remembering to feel us

  • our lives unfolding in the body as opposed to

  • only in our head, so that can be done in many different ways

  • in a sense of the body as a whole

  • walking, sitting, eating, moving

  • or just being in touch with the breath, one's own breath, and the feeling of the

  • breath, coming in

  • into the body, the feeling of the breath, leaving the body

  • but it's important to remember, it's not about the

  • breathing, it's not some breathing exercise or something special

  • you supposed to be doing

  • it's recognizing that is very special, that you're breathing at all

  • if you're not breathing, you're dead, so it could be

  • where breathing and how special this is

  • and feel the energy of it, as if, in this moment, this is my life

  • and it's not waiting for the weekend to have my life

  • waiting, when I finish something project, but every moment is my life, then

  • even in very stressful situations, you can move

  • into the actuality the situation, and find ways to

  • move with it, and regulate your own

  • reactivity to it, so that in some very, very deep way

  • you are not running away, you are not pushing through anything

  • but allowing things to and for

  • all that they do, that's the hardest creativity and

  • that way we get the most work done with the least destruction

  • and the least effort, it's an art form and it takes a while to learn

  • it's not something where

  • you just hear me say this on the web, and the next thing I know you'll be mindful

  • that for the rest my life, its

  • one of the most difficult things in the world, if not the most difficult thing

  • in the world for us human beings to do, to be present in our own lives

  • and to be kind unless judgmental on ourselves

  • that's why it's worth doing, with practicing

  • but it's not doing really, and all said and done

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

  • awake and yourself, in the present moment which

  • is the only moment where ever actually live in

  • tends to get obliterated

  • really squeeze to the point where we not in the present moment

  • always in the past, always in the future

  • and that's a prescription for unhappiness

  • happiness is in some other time, when, you know, at pot of gold at the end of

  • the rainbow, it's right now

  • in the midst of whatever's happening

  • and this is an art form, so it does take some time

  • it does involve some discipline

  • but I would throw out, well, what else is there to do

  • because if you're missing your entire life, whatever moment you decide, it's

  • time to reconnect with your life, that moment

  • guess when that will be, will be now, again, you look at your watch, oh my god

  • it's now again, so we only have moments in the now

  • why not, why not make the most use them

  • what is the most important thing that I've learned over the years about

  • mindfulness

  • I don't know, that it's a mystery

  • that it's a gift, that

  • we are geniuses, we're

  • miraculous beings, and that we ignore most about beauty

  • and drive us those crazy over all these things, that are really not important

  • so we've driven by the urgent, miss the important

  • and then wind up a lot of the time being happen

  • and then look elsewhere for the solution, this is a prescription for

  • disaster, and when I see people coming to mindfulness

  • our medical patients for instance, by the hundreds, by

  • thousands, by the tens of thousands, and turning their lives around, and having

  • many of them medical symptoms

  • all the way, and coming to live their lives more fully

  • its unbelievably gratifying work, so this work is moving into medicine, is working

  • moving into psychology, is moving into psychiatry, is moving into education

  • into the law and into government, and

  • that itself is, I think, very good sign for Humanity

  • I'll say one last thing, I guess, which is that

  • we call our species, Homo sapiens, sapiens

  • in latin, the species that knows, knows that

  • knows, the species that is aware, and aware that is aware

  • well, so far, I don't think we've really lived up to that name as a species

  • now with ecological a

  • through crisis that we are in

  • and with all the other crises that the human mind is created for

  • itself, and for the planet, maybe it is time

  • for us to wake up, to what that name is actually pointing to

  • and fully embody ourselves in that way

  • as species that understands our capacity for awareness

  • and then balances thought-out in a way that has profound

  • and ultimately when all is said and done

  • I call that love

  • Verbatim :Onishi Keisuke 英文聽打:大西啟介

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