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Published on Nov 15, 2016
People can change their mindset when they become free from their fixed idea which suffers themselves. “Naikan” is one of the psychotherapy methods, which means looking at oneself. A Buddhist priest Shinko Ohyama introduces the mechanism of human mind when people look at theirselves through “Naikan”, and describes how people change their future with this method.
He was born in Kagoshima. And now he is a Buddhist monk of shingon-shu, working at shingon Rengein in Kumamoto. He is also the director of Naikan center in Rengein, councillor of Japan Naikan Association, and the director of Kyushu Naikan Gathering Association. He was a graduate of Waseda University, majoring in politic science and economics. He always devotes to making people around the world experience and enjoy NaiKan. What is more, he considers helping others living a happy life as his responsibility.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx