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Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu

スティーヴン・マーフィ重松

Exploring the power of Heartfulness
Mindfulness, Compassion, & Responsibilty

Welcome to Heartfulness, a way of being based in mindfulness, compassion, and responsibility. Embracing vulnerability we cross borders within ourselves and between us and others. Cultivating humility, gratitude, and acceptance, we become more authentic and kinder to ourselves and all other beings. Seeing and listening to others we believe in our oneness and connectedness with each other and with nature. Taking responsibility for our own life, we seek to understand and realize its unique purpose in serving humanity. 

 

Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu trained and taught in East Asian medicine, yoga, and psychology in Japan and at Harvard University and the University of Tokyo. His teaching and research at Stanford University balances Eastern and Western ways of knowing, doing , and being in designing gentle, healing , inclusive educational spaces. His work in crossing borders through community building and mindful citizenship by connecting diverse people, transforming self and society, is featured here.

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Nov 20, 2019

Mindfulness and Design. マインドフルネスとデザイン

Dialogue with Taro Kagami about Mindfulness and Design.

マインドフルネスの本質と、デザインが出来ることについて話をします。

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日時:2019年11月21日(木)20:00〜22:00(開場:19:30)
場所:hotel zen tokyo B1”TAIAN”(中央区日本橋人形町1-5-8 B1F)
チケット:3,500円/名 (ワンドリンク付)
主催:株式会社SEN

Nov 21, 2019

TEDx Tokyo

Coming Alive with MIndfulness

7:00 pm, Shizenkan University, Tokyo

Nov 29, 2019

多文化間精神医学会

Mindfulness in U.S. and Japan, Keynote talk,

3:30 pm, Ryukoku University, Kyoto

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"There is nothing cold, analytical, or unfeeling about it. The overall tenor of mindfulness practice is gentle, appreciative, and nurturing. Another way to think of it would be 'heartfulness.'"

 

- Jon Kabat-Zinn