One-Moment Meditation: "How to Meditate in a Moment" | Video



Learn to meditate in a moment with this hugely popular animated video, based on Martin Boroson’s book, One-Moment Meditation. Reduce stress, improve focus and find peace … right now.

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  1. Good video but 1,698,036 views and 450 comments in almost 9 years is not "hugely popular" in today's standards, it's just "popular". Such cheap marketing tricks don't do any favor to the reputation of your product, really.

  2. I translate the subtitiles of this video into traditional chinese.
    May I have traditional Chinese subtitles for this film and share with it on web, like Facebook?
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    One-Moment Meditation: How to Meditate in a Moment

    一分鐘靜心:如何一瞬間進行靜心

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiC8ktpev30

    因為您這在看這段影片

    我打賭您想要靜心卻沒有時間

    或許您試著盡心卻遇到麻煩

    或許您在某處有了良好的靜心經驗卻在其他地方找不回相同的感受

    那麼,我是Marty Boursin,將在這段影片裡向您介紹

    在一瞬間進行靜心的技巧

    那麼就可以在您有需要的任何時刻進行靜心

    像是當您感到很有壓力時、

    或是生氣時、

    或許您有睡眠方面的困擾、

    或是感到焦慮時、

    或是您需要一個新創意時

    雖然一瞬間進行靜心(one-moment meditation)根本上就是在某個瞬間開始靜心,

    但我們將從一分鐘的靜心開始。

    我們從一分鐘開始,是因為一瞬間太快了而難以注意到。

    而「一分鐘」就像是一個您有所理解的瞬間,

    您知道從何開始、從何結束,

    所以就比較容易把握住。

    我們將採用這個基本的時間。

    現在您或許想要關上門,或至少告訴其他人,接下來的一分鐘您有事要忙沒有空。

    您不一定要向這樣盤腿

    只要腳實在地踩在地板上

    試著身體挺直坐著,但不要固執僵硬

    這就好像您的頭被往上舉起、遠離真實世界的重量

    將它想像成宇宙的吸引力

    現在將您的雙手隨意放著,保持平衡對稱

    像這樣、這樣,或這樣,都可以。

    在這一分鐘裡,只聚焦在您的呼吸上,一刻接著一刻地聚焦。

    當然,即使只有一分鐘,您也會分心。

    這是極為常有的情形,不代表您做錯了。

    一旦您注意到自己分心了,那就想到「嗯~!」然後將您的心思帶回到您的呼吸上。

    我會鈴響一聲,這樣您就知道何時開始、何時完成。

    準備好了嗎!

    請閉上眼睛!還有件事情,

    微笑是可以的。開始吧!

    隨著您張開眼睛,請注意您此刻感覺如何。

    或許是多一點點的清新、多一點點的覺醒

    多一點點的心智開放

    一分鐘練習還不賴

    時間拉長的話,會有更棒的體會。

    但這個基本時間的練習請不要超過一分鐘

    請不要這麼躁進。

    因為這個一分鐘可以讓您體會到您可以很快地使您的心智狀態得到某種有意義的改變

    所以假若您做得比較久,您正在作弊。

    對於一瞬間的靜心,您也可以學著在隨手可得的時間裡這麼做。

    這麼做很有幫助,像是當您站著排隊時、坐捷運/火車或困在無聊的會議時。

    也可以學著去這麼做,在額外獲得的時刻、驚喜的時段獲緊急的時刻

    藉由一瞬間靜心,您也可以學著逐步減少基本時間的長度,直到只需一瞬間為止。

    當您可以一瞬間進行靜心,您就可以一整天都充滿靜心,因為靜心一點都不花時間。

  3. I'm here because of my Positive Psychology class. I tried it and did much better than I expected with a room full of noises for the first time. I feel positive about it and next time will do it in a quieter place because despite it I did lose concentration many times. I am also ADHD don't know if that has anything to do with it, but overall it was nice.

  4. I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you.  I am a middle school teacher and have been using your video in my career education classes for a few years.  (I jokingly say that half of your million views are me since I show it 6 times a day =) This is the video I use at the beginning of each class to teach stress management techniques..  For the first 2 days I show  the whole video but after that I only use the 60 second part from the gong to the gong.  Its an excellent resource and the fact the students tell the other students to hush because its meditation time is a added plus!  Thank you again!

  5. Massive fan of this. I've always been a sceptic to meditation and this was a great way to introduce the practice to my life. There's no excuse for "No Time" with this.

  6. Meditating before studying or writing the thesis helps avoiding procrastination; problem is one will eventually feel resistance to start meditating. Resistance moves from studying to meditation and that's a problem. But I'll keep on making one-moment meditations, so that it can become a habit.

  7. The psychologial and pedagogic approach here is so clear and amazing. Thank you so much for posting this and for your valuable contribution. My own little method: observing a minute of silence. It's also, so to speak, a form of meditation and a communion between people. It's true, it's only used for commemorating tragic events, but why not develop other uses for it?

  8. I am sorry I deleted my prior version before trying to upload the updated version…my iPad 2 does not support the updated version so now I have nothing on my iPad!!!

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