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2016ǯ02

꡼ޥ˥ˤߤ衼
Yoga for Pain Relief

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ˤߤϻ׹ͤ䴶𡢥ȥ쥹иˤäƤФ
ˤϲǤ⸶ˤʤꤦ
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Ƶۡηá
󥹥
Ϥ˸Ƶ꤭ۤ
Ƶۤ˰ռ
Ƶ۶ڤβ
ˤߤȥȥ쥹餲Ƶˡ
ˤߤդȤߤʤ
ˤߤΰɤΤư

ȤƤ
ۣ ޥ
ۣ ޥȥ

蝹伣żȥ캬ԢϤ꤭夦Υȥ

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ˤߤ衼̸Yoga for Pain ReliefͤΡ֣ۡסp119138ˡmeditation(p119-138)ۤɤߤޤ

ޥȥۡMantra Meditationˤζա򿴤Ťˡ뤤˽ФƷ֤ޤ
p125Repeat a healing sound, word, or phrase, silently in your mind or out loud.

̰ʲѡp126ˡ
ܤ򳫤ƤƤ⡢뤤ĤƤƤ⡢ɤǤ褤
˽椷Ūʹͤ䴶äȤ
ȥ쥹ˤߤξɾФƤ뤢դ򤽤餻¿ȥ봶δФ򤨤뤿ˡ
Ūʳưιͤ䴶פФˡ
ޤĤǡˤߡȥ쥹ȴϢ̲ɤιΤˡ
ۤΣʬ֤ޤϹʤλ֤Ǽ롣

ޥȥ¿Ū˸졢ŪʽʪΡʤɤƶŪʾ󸻤äƤ뤳ȤǤޤθդϤ褯ޥȥȤƤ졢Ūʰ֤ĤʤꡢƷ֤ޤ
̰ѽ

ȤȤʤΤǡ̵ʩפȤ̵̯ˡϡڷСפȤȤޥȥȹͤƤȻפޤ

˳礹СʬεꡢꤤʤɤɤΤǤϤʤȻפޤŪˤϡꤤ̤ǤϤʤ˼¸ǤȤ᡼ǡߴλɤΤȻפޤ

̰ʲѡp128ˡ
¿ͦʡʿ¤򴶤Ƥ벻ʤСǤޥȥˤʤޤεθդưɽϤޤ󤫡
̰ѽ

p128
Mantra can be any phrase that makes you feel safe, loved, strong, courageous, happy, or at peace. Do you have a favoriteprayer, poem, or inspirational sayng?

ԥǥå
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ѸM140ޤǤޤ

µΤΩˤʤäMorrieϡޤǤȤϰäͤ򤹤褦ˤʤޤµοͤ˸¤餺ԤˤƤϤޤͤǤĤޤꡢϲ桹ƤϤޤ뤳ȤǤ⤢ޤ

Kumon for grown-up۱ѸM-140
εϡʸζؽƤȲ򤯳ڤߤͭ뤿˽񤤤ƤޤΤǡϲɽƤޤ󡣤λ
ʸӶ캬
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The restaurant is in a market.

ѥݡ饹ȥѡȤǤ2ޤǡˡ

пƲʻԼϡ̤̾ꡢԾˤޤ

ȤȻԾƯͤΤοƲǤ礦顢Ǻ߹礦Ӥϳơѥοͤޤ礦ȤȤΤ褦ǤŹϣʬ

GoogleʥӤ˽äƹԤä顢ƻ13椫Фơư¦ơԾ¦ޤηʪ13鸫ΤǤʥʤ褦ǤGoogleʥӤ餷

־˻ߤȡƲδĤϤʬäΤǤɤ夬äƤΤʬʤڤȢ˿Ҥͤ顢ȤƤڤ˶Ƥޤ꤬Ȥޤ



θȤˤϡĿƲβʤơȿ¦δģˤ飲˾äơϤäƤʤģˤˤʤ뤱ɤ⡢ϻѶػߤʤΤǡʪäƳʤФäƲȤΤȡ

Τˡʤ Keep out!



ģˤȡ˽Ф뤳ȤǤޤ



Ϥȡޤ



ʤʤˤǤΤǡ֤;͵äƤФ

ʤΤԤäƤͤΤǡޤǿ٤ޤЧμ̿ϻ˺ޤ
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A bowl of rice with (soyandsugarseasoned) chicken, egg, and vegetables. We call it oyako-don.

ѥݡ饹ȥѡȤǤ2ޤǡˡ

ܤʻ¼ԹĮ28-27ϽƤäΤǤϢƹԤޤֲפȸҰ褿Ȥ餷

ȤȤǡѥˤͤŹ桢ѥʤϢ餷Ϸؤ󥿡ʤ˺¤ޤ

֤ǯˤʤ뤫͡
30ǯ餤סʳΤ30ǯȸäƤ褦ʵޤ㤤ʤ饴ʥ

ȤƤϿʬʤŹäȻפޤ


2016/2/181220


ѥοƻЧȵѹ꿩ä



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Visitors always came to the house.

δʷǤ򤷤ǯ餤ηǤڤʲ̾ˤξϹ۴ĤǤ褦˻פ

ȤˤҤ¿ΤǤ롣οͤҷûҤͧãؤˬ롣⤷̼ؤƱ路Ƥ顢ۤɵͤʤͤˬ뤳Ȥ̵ä

ȤʤС̼ͤˬ롣²Ϣξ⤢롣ߤȤˡ󤯤˽̼ʤ·Ȥѥʤ̤ˤǤ뤬ڲȤ轵襤Ǥä⤷⡢ɤ餫̼Ʊ路Ƥ顢¾̼β²Ϥʤդˬ뤳ȤϤʤ

ҤäȤ顢ɤ̼ؤֻ䤿η뺧ƤƤ꤬ȤפȤդε³ƤΤ⤷ʤ줬λҤɤ⤿ˤⲿȤʤäƤ褦ǡ¹󤿤⤳˴ǽޤäƤʷϵä

ҷûҤ̼ͧͤ礦Ȥӻä֤ҡפȤƱʤǤꡢѤʵ̵ͤäष̼ͧãΰȤҷûҤ濴˾̤礤ʤ顢ޤ߹äƤ

ϡҷûҤ뤤ʤ˭٤ȤȤ⤢äɡϤ괲ʷǤǤͿƤ褦˻פ

ˬװ

蝹伣żȥ캬
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Give me chocolate!

Х󥿥ǡ

ؤΤȤ饹νλҤ򤫤ޤˤϥ祳餷ΤäƤ롣ֲˡפȡäȴԤƶŤƹԤä顢֤졢Ϥơפޤޤ()

ʻפǤʤȤ˵äƤߤȡؤ˽λҤ͡ΩäƤޤ

ֲˡפʤƴԤޤǤäƤߤޤ

̼ͧãäΤǡޤǤ


2016/2/141552


ͧ祳äƤĤǤ͡
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֥եɤΥȥ쥹ϤѤ붵The Upside of Stress: Why stress is good for you (and how to get good at it)
Part ȥ쥹ϤѤסp171339ˡPART2 Transform Stress(No.1476-3336)ۤ
裵 Ĥʤ롽꤬쥸ꥨ󥹤סp215272ˡCHAPTER5 connect - how caring creates resilience (No.2061-2727)
ɤߤޤ

ȥ쥹򴶤ơֻפꡦȿtend-and-befriend responseפȡǾϣĤΥƥޤֻפꡦȿפϻ¹뤿ȯãΤǤʤοͤ褦ȷ迴ȤΤϤĤǤ⤳ξ֤ˤʤꡢɤʾǤͦФȤǤޤ

ҲŪήƥࡧthe social caregiving system
ȥoxytocinκѤˤ롣פꡢĤʤꡢ꤬ʤ롣ݤޤꡢͦͯƤ롣
󽷥ƥ󽷷ϡˡthe reward system
ɡѥߥdopamineκѤˤ롣뵤ݤޤ롣
ĴΧƥࡧthe attunement system
ȥ˥serotoninκѤˤ롣γСľ

A tend-and-befriend response may have evolved to help us protect offspring, but when you are in that state, your bravery translates to any challenge you face. And - this is the most important part - anytime you choose to help others, you activate this state. Caring for others triggers the biology of courage and creates hope.

ֻפꡦȿפˤäƥѥեˤʤ뤫Ȼפޤïμ˻֤Ȥäͤʬιʤ褦˻֤Ȥäͤ⡢ֻ֤ʤפȤФˤȤʬäƤޤˡʬϡǽϤסֻŻǤסֿͤΩƤפȤ뤳ȤǤθԤƤ̤λŻˤ⡢ץå㡼ˤ⡢нǤ뼫ͯޤ

ɸꤹˤϡּʬ礭ɸbigger-than-self goalsפȤĤʤäƤȡ˾񿴡ꡢաȯۤͯ說說ޤּʬΤɸself-focused goalsפ˸äƤȡ԰¡ܤꡢʤߡȤ˲פޤ졢Ƭ𤷤䤹ȤʬäƤޤ

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ľɤͤķӤϤͤͳTHE REASON I JUMP

֤Ϥˡסp24ˡPREFACE(p15-17)

֣ɮ̤ȤϲǤסp1213ˡHow are you writing these sentences?(p18-20)

֣礭ϤʤФΤǤסp1415ˡWhy do people with autism talk so loudly and weirdly?(p21-22)

֣ĤƱȤҤͤΤϤʤǤסp1617ˡWhy do you ask the same questions over and over?(p23-24)

֣ɤƼ䤵줿դ򷫤֤ΤǤסp1819ˡWhy do you echo questions back at the asker?(p25-26)

֣ɤƲٸäƤʬʤΤǤסp2021ˡWhy do you do things you shouldn't even when you've been told a million times not to?(p27-28)

֣Ҥ˸褦ʸջȤʬ䤹Ǥסp2223ˡDo you find childish language easier to understand?(p29-30)

֣ääϤɤƤǤסp2425ˡWhy do you speak in that peculiar way?(p33-34)

ֻ֣ʤΤϤʤǤסp2627ˡWhy do you take ages to answer questions?(p35-36)

֣ʤäդ褯ʹƤФǤסp2829ˡShould we listen to every single word you say?(p37-38)

10ɤƾ꤯äǤʤΤǤסp3031ˡShould we listen to every single word you say?(p39-40)

11ɤܤ򸫤äʤΤǤסp3435ˡWhy don't you make eye contact when you're talking?(p43-44)

12ľɤοͤϼĤʤΤǤסp3637ˡYou seem to dislike holding hands with people.(p45-46)

13ߤʤȤҤȤ꤬ʤΤǤסp3839ˡDo you prefer to be on your own?(p47-48)

14򤫤Ƥ̵뤹ΤϤʤǤסp4041ˡWhy do you ignore us when we're talking to you?(p51-52)

15ɽ˳ΤϤɤƤǤסp4243ˡWhy are your facial expressions so limited?(p53-54)

16Τ˿ΤϷǤסp4445ˡWhy are your facial expressions so limited?(p55-56)

17ΤҤʬ˸ƥХХΤϤʤǤסp4647ˡWhy do you wave goodbye with your palm facing yourself?(p57-57)

18Τϥƥ󥷥ˤʤΤϴ򤷤Ǥסp5051ˡWhen you're on one of your highs, what's going through your mind?(p60-61)

19եåХåϤɤʴǤסp5253ˡWhat are your flashback memories like?(p62-63)

20μԤǤ⤤Ǥסp5455ˡWhy do you make a huge fuss over tiny mistakes?(p64-65)

21ɤƸƤ⤹ˤʤΤǤסp5657ˡWhy don't you do what you're told to straight away?(p67-68)

22餵뤳ȤϷǤסp5859ˡDo you hate it when we make you do things?(p69-69)

23ֿɤǤסp6061ˡWhat's the worst thing about having autism?(p70-71)

24ľɤο̤ͤοͤˤʤꤿǤסp6263ˡWould you like to be 'Normal'?(p72-73)

25ķӤϤͤΤϤʤǤסp6667ˡWhat's the reason you jump?(p76-77)

26˻񤯤ΤϤʤǤסp6869ˡWhy do you write letters in the air?(p78-80)

27ľɤοͤϤɤƼդΤǤ뤵ȤˤդΤǤסp7071ˡWhy do people with autism often cup their ears? Is it when there's a lot of noise?(p81-82)

28­ưʤΤϤɤƤǤסp7273ˡWhy do you move your arms and legs about in that awkward way?(p83-84)

蝹伣żȥ캬ԢϤ꤭夦Υȥ

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ľɤͤķӤϤͤͳTHE REASON I JUMPΡ28­ưʤΤϤɤƤǤסp7273ˡWhy do you move your arms and legs about in that awkward way?(p83-84)ۤɤߤޤ

p83
... In my gym class, the teacher tells me to do things like 'Stretch your arms!' and 'Bend at the knees!' But I don't always know what my arms and legs are up to, not exactly. For me, I have no clear sensation of where my arms and legs are attached, or how to make them do what I'm telling them to do. It's as if my limbs are a mermaid's rubbery tail.

ʬμ­ɤʤäƤ뤫ʬʤФȤΤϡĤޤǤܽΥȥΡķӤϤͤͳפǤʬοδФǧƤΤ⤷ޤ͡

ԥǥå

ǥ֥å⤢ޤ
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