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The more you put in,

the more you'll get out of it

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just briefly

just briefly

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caution

noun US ​ /ˈkɔ·ʃən/ a warning:

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Some people might have some incorrect notions about mindfulness and, therefore

notions a belief or idea; therefore поэтому следовательно

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we can be learning mindfulness,

but not being well taught

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mindfulness is actually about getting more in touch with

what's really going on in each moment.

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that sometimes means that we get our attention out of all the busy, stressful thoughts and into the present moment and,

therefore, means that we relax and calm down and feel good

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Sometimes it means that we get in touch with things that

we may not have been aware of or have may even been avoiding.

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So our stress could become more obvious to us.

obvious to us

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anxious

wanting very much for something to happen. It was getting late, and I was anxious to get home. тревожность

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tension

anxiety and worry напряженность

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Notice that the mind's more distractible (отвлекающий)

than we actually realized.

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Turning lights on

to something that was happening in the dark, kind of thing.

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we practice a non-judgmental awareness

awareness (осведомленность)

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Then sometimes that can trigger a real adverse event.

trigger - to cause something to star; adverse - going against something, or causing harm

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compassionate

сострадательный, сочувствующий

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we're under the pump at work, stressed, when we're facing exams, when we're sitting in peak hour traffic.

under the pump - под гнетом работы;

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We start

to rewire the brain. rewire - to put a new system of electric wires into a building or machine

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default mode

режим по умолчанию, Lying's like the default mode in my world. Ложь в моей жизни уже как стандартный режим.

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attention deficit trait

trait - a characteristic, esp. of a personality:
Patience is one of his best traits.

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when we focus on one thing at a time,

we actually become less stressed and more productive.

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we're actually losing time as we switch our attention to something else. And there's a phenomenon called the attentional blink, which is pretty interesting as well.

And what that shows is every time we switch our attention from one thing to another, there's a really brief pause. It's quite short-- between one 0.2 up to half a second-- 0.5 of the second. The more stressed we are, the longer the attentional blink is. And during this time, we're actually not paying attention to anything at all. And we're losing half a second, half a second, half a second each time we switch our attention.