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KAIST(한국과학기술원)의 Meditation: A way to achieve your goals in your life 학습자 리뷰 및 피드백

854개의 평가
337개의 리뷰

강좌 소개

Do we truly think that we have lived for ourselves? Perhaps we have lived for money, love, fame, family and pride etc.? Therefore, we don’t seem to be satisfied even though we are full of those things. It is because that we don’t know ourselves. Eric Fromm talked about human nature as two modes of being: “To Have” and “To Be”. If we are “Having” the nature of possessions, we are not satisfied, and feel empty and futile. Then, how can we be “Being” the nature of our inner-selves? Sometimes, we happened to be aware of this “Being” nature and try to change ourselves, but fail. But, because of our daily routines, it’s easily forgotten. And more it is hard to escape from our unwanted minds controlling us. From now on, let us reflect on ourselves and look at our minds leading up to today! Don’t we achieve our goals after knowing ourselves? And let us find the “Being” nature of our original selves after escaping from the minds restraining and controlling us. In this lecture, the definition and principle of the mind are explained in simple and clear ways. You can make sure and practice the methodology of finding the true original mind of inner-self by escaping from the false mind of possession. Self-reflection is the first step to meditate. You can know yourselves most objectively through meditation and you will realize that all the thoughts and actions are due to your minds which are nonexistent and false. If you throw away the false mind, you will find the true mind. Meditation is now world-wide sensation. There are many research reports that show people can be leaders if you have a habit of self-reflection through meditation. Now meditation at school and the workplace are popular. Happiness is having no worries. You can really relax yourself if there is no bundle of thoughts and you can be successful when you know yourself truly. Worries come from the memorized thoughts of the false mind. Your inner potential of positive power are revealed, your peaceful and happiest mind will be in your mind, and you can live the life you wanted through meditation. This method of meditation is very practical and everybody can follow the methodology. As an engineer, I will guide you step by step to practice this meditation. I am sure that this lecture becomes a turning point in your life....

최상위 리뷰

2019년 4월 19일

An interesting and thought-provoking course on how self-reflective meditation can help achieve life's goals such as peace and contentment. My thanks to the educator and course organisers.

2021년 2월 23일

El maestro es muy bueno, explica muy bien su clase y en lo personal me alludo a entender la vida de una manera mas real. me ayudo a disminuir mis preocupasiones. Gracias Dr. Duk-joo Lee

필터링 기준:

Meditation: A way to achieve your goals in your life의 340개 리뷰 중 326~340

교육 기관: Lindsey W

2020년 11월 15일

I would have liked to see more outside resource articles regarding this method rather than slides as the resource material to read after each lecture. The Interviews were a good addition. Overall informative but the repetition of continued subtraction of meditation could have been placed separate of the lecture to make it flow better and more lecture material added in place of the meditation. This would make the course more refined and worth the Certificate.

교육 기관: Theresa Y A

2020년 12월 28일

This course focused much on the results of people who have taken it rather than the process. One suggestion I would make would be to have a native English-speaking person check the notes before they are printed for the audience to read. More explanation is needed as to why you would discard a good memory. It seems that you would be discarding all the loving people and memories you have of them.

교육 기관: Petra H

2021년 9월 9일

The overall message provided in the course is good and I learnt a new technique and way of meditating. However, the standard of English was quite poor and difficult to follow at times. Most challenging was the wording of the questions in the Quiz at the end of each week. Due to the poor use of words, I often had no idea if I had chosen the right answer.

교육 기관: Casey S

2020년 11월 18일

From my view, I kept hoping I would get more out of the course.

교육 기관: Agustín B

2020년 12월 14일

The course was good but I have expected more material.

교육 기관: Selenia H

2020년 5월 7일

This course needs to be updted.

교육 기관: PARESH P

2020년 7월 1일

wonderful course for everyone

교육 기관: Claudio R

2020년 12월 18일

buen curso

교육 기관: angel m a

2021년 11월 23일


교육 기관: Julie

2021년 9월 22일

I am unenrolling because - early links don't work, it comes over as hard sell (testimonials and the interview with the PhD student about how wonderful the course is, and the presenter's accent makes it extremely hard to follow.

Very disappointed, not at all up to the standard of other Coursera courses I have done

교육 기관: Héctor R R M

2020년 5월 10일

Great idea, poor implementation. Maybe because English is not my native language I had a hard time following the class instructions from professor Dr. Lee.

During meditations instructions were not clear enough for me to be useful.

교육 기관: ra s

2020년 4월 14일

Insightful. Unique rational approach from a professor with background in engineering. I find the lecture heavy on self reflection rather than meditation. Wordiness and lack of vigor may be a challenge to young learners.

교육 기관: Sandra K

2020년 12월 7일

Hard to understand

교육 기관: Nancy O

2020년 11월 1일

Not a good course. Instructor is very hard to understand, long-winded and convoluted. Not a practical course, not useful, more of a weird philosophy course that makes no sense.

교육 기관: Fatemeh z G

2019년 8월 23일

Too lengthy talks....wish they were shorter and more illuminating