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Transcript of Bucharest_Mindfulness
Managing Happiness and Resilience
Mr. Unhappy, who has everything he wants
The KEY is
The intentional, accepting and non-judgemental focus of one's attention on emotions, thoughts and sensations occurring in the present moment.
Body <-> Emotion
Eiji Han Shimizu - latinsamurai.com
True Nature of Suffering
Good for Mind：
(8-week experiment at Oxford Univ.)
Reduction in Panic attack, improvement in moods, and activation in prefrontal cortex
Good for Body:
(Harvard Medical School)
Disease-fighting DNA in brain against cancer, high blood pressure, and hormone balance.
I will listen to you
Vent (insert 1 sec before reacting)
Opportunities everywhere (dish washing, red lights, etc.)
Walk 25% slower
Create common languages at home/work
Meditate, if you can
Remember your center
Analysis of thought/action patterns of high performers in happiness.
In essence, Positive Psychology is...
What the hell is that?
Endless Mind Wondering
Pain is inevitable,
Suffering is optional.
H.H. Dalai Lama
Eiji Han Shimizu
Happiness Quest around the World
very similar to...
September 22, 2015
Good for Business:
- VUCA World (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous)
- Intelligence vs. Emotional Intelligence
- Mindfulness movement
University of California, Riverside
Dr. Sonja Lyubomirsky
University of Pennsylvania, Positive Psychology Center
Dr. Martin Seligman
a Business Skill
- DIALOGUE -
What is your source of happiness?
Peace of Mind
that quiet place
= in Romanian?
Mediators in Business
What to do
How to sit
Share the Experiences
Can you implement it?
We can cultivate!
--- The base of happy mind ---
An individual's understanding of the attentional process
Why is it so hard?