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By | June 30th, 2020 | Newsletter

To Train Your Mind For Better Mental Health

Let’s figure out the close connection between your mind and health

Dear members,

By taking the active decision to join our club, it is one of your top priorities to feel well, physically obviously, but also mentally. However, while there is a common understanding of what is meant by physical health, for many of us mental health is more difficult to grasp. This is our topic for this month.

Until recently we lived our usual lives with all the available facilities and possibilities of the modern world, before due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our governments decided to start the lock down. Abruptly, all of us had to cope with very limiting conditions, and some did very well while others failed completely.

Let us look at the successful people and what they have in common, why they are resilient, how they build up their inner strength. The capacity to react successfully and in the long term to set backs is resilience, a combination of strategies to overcome adversities and to protect and rebuild the inner strength. Resilient people accept that tough times are part of every human’s existence; they never feel discriminated by adversities and do not waste energy quarreling. They just move on, relying on their self-efficacy. They have the skill to analyse situations and focus on things they can change. This enables them to think positively and to plan the next steps rationally, in science this strategy is called benefit finding.

Resilient people ask themselves: is what I am doing helping me or harming me? Professor Lucy Hone a resilience expert at AUT University New Zealand as a result of her research could verify these strategies and proved that these approaches can be learned and trained. As well as people can enhance their resilience through the appropriate training they also can look out for helping actions or thoughts to enhance improve their happiness.

Firstly they need to determinate what makes them happy and then create habits of happiness which can vary for every one of us, such as meditation, qi gong, exercise, yoga, remembering three good things in life, jogging, self-hypnosis, prayers. Whatever it may be the important point is to keep it as a continuous process with no exceptions. Not only the human body reacts to training but our mind can also be trained.

Dr Lara Boyd a brain researcher at the University of British Columbia found that every time we learn a new skill or fact we change your brain, a process called neuroplasticity. All our behaviors change our brain, with no age limitation; even at rest when we think and do nothing our brain is highly active constantly reorganizing mainly in three different ways: increasing the chemical signals, altering the structures and even changing functions.

The primary driver of neuroplastic change is our own behavior. Unfortunately, it can work in both ways, for the better or for the worse, either you learn something new or get a negative outcome like chronic pain. Therefore, we have to be well aware of our thoughts and habits and we have to take positive actions to change negative habits into constructive ones. We have the magnificent possibility to build the brain we want. Training our mind to look out for the positive and to focus on the good will generate a deep serenity and well being. Do more of what makes you happy and remember what Dalai Lama said:

“I think the purpose of our lives is to be happy. From the very core of our being we desire contentment. In my own limited experience, I have found that the more we care for the happiness of others, the greater is our own sense of well being.”


Dr. Vera Bohren – A meticulous doctor turned passionate photographer on the quest for well-being and happiness. We proudly present one of our club members and a perfectionist in everything she does.

By | June 30th, 2020 | 會員通訊





截至近期,美國或各地政府決定開始封城前,在新型冠狀病毒 (COVID-19) 大流行前,我們一直生活在充斥各樣可能的現代世界,隨時可享有各種設施。突然,我們所有人都不得不應對各種的制肘,有些人可從容面對,而一些人則完全適應不了。


有韌性的人自問:「我在做的事,是在幫助我?還是在傷害我?」奧克蘭理工大學的Lucy Hone教授的研究成果可以驗證這些策略,並證明可以學習和培養這些方法。人們可以通過適當的培訓增強自身的適應能力,也可以透過尋求適當的幫助、採取行動去提高自己的幸福感。 首先,需要確定什麼使你們感到幸福,然後建立讓自己獲得幸福的習慣,這種幸福的習慣對於我們每個人來說都是不同的,例如冥想、氣功、運動、瑜伽。不管是什麼活動,最重要是保持連續進行,讓它成為習慣,融入生活。不僅身體會對訓練作出反應,我們的思想也可以被訓練出來的。

英屬哥倫比亞大學腦部研究員Lara Boyd博士發現,人們每次學習新技能或知識時,我們都會改變自己的大腦,這一過程稱為神經可塑性。我們所有的行為都會改變我們的大腦,沒有年齡限制;即使是在休息時,當我們放空,無所事事時,我們的大腦其實也非常活躍,它主要以三種不同的方式進行重組:增加化學信號,改變結構甚至改變功能。




Vera Bohren博士—一位細心的醫生透過對攝影的熱情,表達出對幸福的追求。我們自豪地向會員們介紹這位完美主義者,以及她熱心地所做的一切。


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