ケリー・マクゴニガル No.07

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No.07

Okay, so the bad news first: For every major stressful life experience, like financial difficulties or family crisis, that increased the risk of dying by 30 percent. But — and I hope you are expecting a but by now — but that wasn’t true for everyone. People who spent time caring for others showed absolutely no stress-related increase in dying. Zero. Caring created resilience. And so we see once again that the harmful effects of stress on your health are not inevitable. How you think and how you act can transform your experience of stress. When you choose to view your stress response as helpful, you create the biology of courage. And when you choose to connect with others under stress, you can create resilience. Now I wouldn’t necessarily ask for more stressful experiences in my life, but this science has given me a whole new appreciation for stress. Stress gives us access to our hearts. The compassionate heart that finds joy and meaning in connecting with others, and yes, your pounding physical heart, working so hard to give you strength and energy, and when you choose to view stress in this way, you’re not just getting better at stress, you’re actually making a pretty profound statement. You’re saying that you can trust yourself to handle life’s challenges, and you’re remembering that you don’t have to face them alone. Thank you. (Applause)

 

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Okay, so the bad news first: For every major stressful life experience, like financial difficulties or family crisis, that increased the risk of dying by 30 percent. But — and I hope you are expecting a but by now — but that wasn’t true for everyone. People who spent time caring for others showed absolutely no stress-related increase in dying. Zero. Caring created resilience. And so we see once again that the harmful effects of stress on your health are not inevitable. How you think and how you act can transform your experience of stress. When you choose to view your stress response as helpful, you create the biology of courage. And when you choose to connect with others under stress, you can create resilience. Now I wouldn’t necessarily ask for more stressful experiences in my life, but this science has given me a whole new appreciation for stress. Stress gives us access to our hearts. The compassionate heart that finds joy and meaning in connecting with others, and yes, your pounding physical heart, working so hard to give you strength and energy, and when you choose to view stress in this way, you’re not just getting better at stress, you’re actually making a pretty profound statement. You’re saying that you can trust yourself to handle life’s challenges, and you’re remembering that you don’t have to face them alone. Thank you. (Applause)

 

financial difficulty: 財政的困難、財政難、資金難、経済的な苦しさ
family crisis: 家族の危機
spend: vt. 〜を使う,費やす 《(on) doing / on》
stress-related: ストレス関連の
harmful: a. 有害な,害になる,害を及ぼす
harmful effect: 悪影響,有害性,弊害
inevitable: a. 避けられない、不可避の;必ず起こる,必然的な
transform: vt. 変化させる,変質させる,変形させる
view A as B: 〜を…と見なす,考える
biology: n. 生物学
courage: n. 勇気,勇敢、度胸
connect: vt. つながる、接続する
under stress: ストレスを受けて、ストレスがある
necessarily: adv. 必ずしも〜でない(否定文で)
whole: adv. 完全に,全く
appreciation: n. 評価,判断,見解,理解,認識
access: n. (面会・接近などの)権利,機会
compassionate: a. 思いやりのある,心の優しい,情け深い,哀れみ深い
get better at ~: 〜がうまくなる[上手に・得意に]なる
pretty: a. かなり,相当に、大いに,非常に
profound: a. 深い、深遠な、深刻な,重大な
statement: n. 声明,陳述,申し立て、発言,意見
handle: vt. (問題などに)対処する,処理する
face: vt. (困難などに)ぶつかる,直面する、立ち向かう

 

解説

 

書籍

スタンフォードの自分を変える教室
図解でわかるスタンフォードの自分を変える教室
DVDブック 最高の自分を引き出す法 −スタンフォードの奇跡の教室 in JAPAN
ケリー・マクゴニガルの痛みを癒すヨーガ
スタンフォードの自分を変えるヨガ教室 (DVD付き)
「呼吸法」で体と心が劇的に変わる 

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