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“Your name” will always be in my heart

“Your name” will always be in my heart

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3 SIMPLE STEPS TO BOOST YOUR MEMORY

INFORMATION OVERLOAD IS KILLING YOUR MEMORY. HERE’S HOW TO MAKE IT
BETTER.

BY MICHAEL GROTHAUS

If we ever meet and then we meet a second time, and I greet you by
saying, “Hey man,” it’s not because I’m an ultra casual kind of guy,
it’s because I’ve forgotten your name.

But please, don’t feel bad. It’s not because you’re boring or
unimportant or uninteresting. It’s not because of you at all. It’s me.
Or more specifically, it’s this thing I have (this thing we all have,
actually), called continuous partial attention (CPA). The term was first
coined in the late 1990s to describe how we started to deal with the
increasing influx of “never-ending” information. Back in the 1990s, this
was basically our cell phone and the Internet (whenever we were at our
desk, that is). We began giving a lot of information all a little bit of
attention. We were adapting—and it was manageable.

THOUGH MY IPHONE CAN REMIND ME TO CALL BOB WHEN I LEAVE MY GEOFENCED
OFFICE, I CAN’T ACTUALLY REMEMBER WHO BOB IS.

Jump forward almost 20 years and our desk-bound Internet has become our
everywhere Internet, and our cell phones have become smartphones with
more pings and notifications than we ever thought possible. Combine that
with social media, our laptops, our smart watches, and our CPA is in
overdrive. Our brains can’t keep up with all the stimulation, so it
begins to push things we should remember—simple things like names—out of
our minds to make room for a very broad overview of our social media
mentions and push notifications. The great irony of our 21st-century
tech utopia could be that, though my iPhone 6 can remind me to call Bob
when I leave my geofenced office, I can’t actually remember who Bob is.

“We’re constantly scanning the environment for the next buzz, or bing,
or whatever it may be that’s more interesting, more exciting,” says Dr.
Gary Small, director of the UCLA Longevity Center at the Semel Institute
for Neuroscience and Human Behavior. “I think that does put our brains
in a state of chronic sub-acute stress, which is not good for us.”

Dr. Gary Small

That chronic sub-acute stress manifests itself in numerous ways. High
blood pressure, anxiety, and, for me, sometimes the inability to
remember stupid simple things. Not wanting to have the memory recall of
a centenarian when I’m only in my 30s, I spoke with Dr. Small, who is
also the author of 2 Weeks To A Younger Brain, to find out simple memory
boosting exercises I can do to reverse this memory decline, and get back
to having the memory of, well, a man of my age.

365bet亚洲官方投注:[Last Film I Watched] Your Name (201陆) 7.8/十。Here are three simple steps Dr. Small recommends for anyone who wants to
improve their memory.

  1. MEDITATE (FOR JUST A FEW MINUTES)

When Dr. Small mentions meditation as a memory exercise, my first
thought is: “I don’t have 30 minutes to light candles and incense and
find my inner animal spirit guide.” But thankfully Dr. Small is more
patient than I am, and he explains that while long deep meditative
sessions do have significant mind and body benefits—I don’t need to go
all Buddhist monk to improve my memory.

“You can take 10 minutes, 5 minutes, 2 minutes—whatever you do it has a
big impact,” says Dr. Small. What matters is that you just take some
brief time to let go of the noise and focus on yourself.

So if you have a big meeting coming up where forgetting a new client’s
name could potentially cost you the deal, Dr. Small suggests shortly
beforehand you sit quietly in a chair and close your eyes. Take a deep
breath, let it out, and continue to breathe deeply and slowly. While
doing this, focus your attention on nothing but groups of your muscles.
Start with your forehead and then relax those muscles. Go on to your
shoulder muscles, then your stomach, legs, feet, toes. This systemic
relaxation will bring on a kind of meditative state in a matter of
minutes.

“Our minds are constantly chattering,” says Dr. Small. “What this
exercise is doing is training your neurocircuits to focus attention, to
relax, to let go; you’re teaching your mind to let go of the mental
chatter. That way you have better mental focus and attention.”

And once you are in this state of attentiveness, your mind is free to
focus on the next step.

  1. FOCUS AND FRAME

365bet亚洲官方投注,Dr. Small’s mini-meditations help prime the body to focus—the number-one
component of a strong memory. “The biggest reason people don’t remember
is they’re not paying attention,” says Dr. Small.

Admittedly, that’s not entirely their fault as today’s world of
information overload makes it hard to concentrate on any one thing.
That’s why Dr. Small likes to teach clients a powerful memory exercise
he calls Focus and Frame.

“Focus is a reminder to pay attention,” says Dr. Small, and if you’ve
done a mini-meditation you brain should be in a state of mind to focus.
“Frame encompasses different techniques to give the information
meaning—frame it around something meaningful. If something is meaningful
it will be memorable.”

So just how does Focus and Frame help you make that new client in the
meeting meaningful so you’ll remember her name the next time you see
each other? The key is visualization.

AND YOU LEARN SHORT CUTS. IT’S LIKE LEARNING A LANGUAGE.

“One of the most common memory complaints is names and faces,” says Dr.
Small. “[With Focus and Frame] you focus your attention, create a
visual image for the face, create a visual image for the name, and link
them together.”

For example, if that new client introduces herself as Lisa and if she
has a nice smile you might think of the painting, Mona Lisa, and the
smile of Mona Lisa. Or if you meet Mr. Bender, you might visualize him
drunk on a bender. If you’re focused when you create this visual linkage
your brain will remember it the next time you see the person.

It may sound comical—even simple, but this technique works wonders for
memory, says Dr. Small. “Use whatever first association comes to mind.
These are really basic techniques, and memory masters use them to
memorize mountains of information. They’re quite simple, and easy, and
fun.”

  1. PROSPECTIVE REVIEW TIME

Of course, remembering names of people aren’t the only memory problems
we have—just ask anyone who’s forgotten to take an important file with
them to the office for the day’s meeting.

“A major problem people have is with what we call prospective memory,”
says Dr. Small. Prospective memory is the ability to recall that you
need to do something in the future. “You leave the house and you forget
your phone or the file you need for a meeting.”

While an exercise like Focus and Frame will do little good here—after
all, chances are you can remember what your file looks like, but
remembering what it looks like won’t help you if you’ve already left the
house without it—another one-minute exercise Dr. Small recommends can
help overcome prospective memory loss.

“This has to do with teaching memory habits,” says Dr. Small. “We all
tend to do this to some extent—we have memory places that remind us to
do things. For example, next to the dinette table, I have my vitamins in
the drawer, and that reminds me to take my vitamins in the morning.”

But while memory places in the past may have served as helpful
reminders—for example, a person could leave their planner on the table
by the front door to remember to look over what they have lined up for
the day, and what they might need to bring for it—now that so much of
our world is virtual, living behind our smartphone’s glass screens, many
of us don’t have the option to have the physical waiting-by-the-door
reminder anymore.

To counteract the loss of memory places, Dr. Small recommends getting
into the habit of replacing them with prospective review times.

“At the same time of day every day in the morning, before they leave the
house, people should check their phone’s calendar and systematically go
through all their appointments and think through what they’re going to
need for that day,” says Dr. Small. Doing this repeatedly, he says, will
imprint a mental command in the person’s brain, so they’ll automatically
perform prospective reviews each time before they leave the house. These
reviews will trigger memories of tasks they need to perform for upcoming
future events.

BECOMING SECOND NATURE

While the three exercises above might seem like a lot to do every day,
Dr. Small says that once you begin practicing them, they can all be
accomplished in no more than four or five minutes a day.

“Some of these kinds of techniques seem quite elaborate and complex at
first, but if people start simple and they build up the skills, it gets
very easy and becomes second nature,” says Dr. Small. “And you learn
shortcuts. With Focus and Frame, for example, it’s like learning a
language. You have a whole menu of images that you conjure up to help
you with different names and words.”

As for when you can expect to see results? A lot sooner than you think.

“When teaching [these practices] to people in a classroom, you see
significant effects in a short period of time,” says Dr. Small. “Even
with people teaching themselves, we found that within two weeks, people
could improve their memory performance and even alter their
neurocircuitry as measured on brain scans.”

A mega-hit anime not produced by the named Studio Ghibli, the
up-and-coming animator Makoto Shinkai’s fifth feature-length film,YOUR
NAME is Japanese box office champion in 2016, grossed¥23 billion (circa
US$190 million), the fourth largest in the history ever.

Everyone has an important person who may influence your emotion or give
you courage in life. Maybe he or she is your teacher, classmate or
family member. One year ago, I watched “Your name”, a Japanese animation
which was popular all around the world, in cinema. Such is the film that
combines fun and legend together, showing us the traditional Japanese
culture and the deep love between two teenagers. I’m eager to share my
feelings with you.

Everyone has an important person who may influence your emotion or give
you courage in life. Maybe he or she is your teacher, classmate or
family member. One year ago, I watched “Your name”, a Japanese animation
which was popular all around the world, in cinema. Such is the film that
combines fun and legend together, showing us the traditional Japanese
culture and the deep love between two teenagers. I’m eager to share my
feelings with you.


It starts as a gender-swapping yarn in the present day, Mitsuha, a
motherless high school girl from a mountainous region, who lives with
her grandma and a younger sister in their family shrine whereas her
estranged father is running for the mayor of the town, grouses about her
stagnant rural life and dreams of being a boy living in the big city,
when a mysterious comet strikes across the firmament, it seems her wish
is granted, she wakes up in the body of Taki, a high school boy in
Tokyo, and vice versa, the swapping alternates on a daily basis and
rebounds to both despite the initial confusion and the side effect of
fading memories, Mitsuha becomes popular in the school with Taki takes
over her body whilst Miki, the co-worker whom Taki has a crush on,
starts to feel closer to him thanks to Mitsuha’s feminine intervention.
Laden with generic but scintillating humor (Mitsuha’s habitual gazing
and fondling of her boobs when her body is inhabited by Taki, but
ostensibly not the other way around), zippy editing rhythm and hooky
J-Pop anthems, the chucklesome paragraph reaches a halt when one day,
Taki finds out that the swapping stops, and what follows are his dogged
endeavor to looking for Mitsuha’s village whose name eludes him with a
bolt from the blue waiting down the line.

The film is set at the time of 2011 to memorize people who died in the
earthquake of East Japan. Tachibana Taki (Kamiki Ryunosuke) and Miyamizu
Mitsuha (Kamishiraishi Mone) were both high school students. However,
they lived in different time, which means they weren’t capable of
bumping into each other at the same time. Occasionally, Taki changed the
body with Mitsuha who lived in three years ago. Though they had fun with
each other, a catastrophe happened.

The film is set at the time of 2011 to memorize people who died in the
earthquake of East Japan. Tachibana Taki (Kamiki Ryunosuke) and Miyamizu
Mitsuha (Kamishiraishi Mone) were both high school students. However,
they lived in different time, which means they weren’t capable of
bumping into each other at the same time. Occasionally, Taki changed the
body with Mitsuha who lived in three years ago. Though they had fun with
each other, a catastrophe happened.

Our discussion begins with something happened between my mother and
me.Mommy said:You should look for a boy friend who can care for you
instead of me.I know all my families  care about this one thing all the
time,but I feel I’m so creative and changable,like a gust of wind.How
to select a boy friend?And I feel every friend is just a friend.It’s
boring to make love with somebody.I have been told by my roommate for
just not meeting with a suitable.I am afraid not for that reason.Only I
cannot dare to bear the sufferings which bring from love,though many
beautiful things are in it.An experienced brother asked me:which type
of the boys do I like?Maybe he is naughty,humor,and lively.But denial
comes to me next,he suggests I need a more stable person since i have
been much more lively.To be honest,everyone has its two
sides,including our character.So I don’t think I am always active .In
fact,I like considering something alone rather than staying a hot
place.So someone who is animated in the crowd,he is really a little
high cold.Meanwhile,he is good at observing others and grading  in his
heart.So am I.Of course,I agree with his view concering it is
meaningful for marking youth’s memory to have an unforgettable
experience on loving in campus.

Apparently and inexplicably, their temporalities are not uniform, but
separated by three years, andShinkai’s savvy script circumspectly
introduces the time-warp into the plot, which evolves into a touching
and urgent past-changing undertaking for Mitsuha, facilitated by the
numinous power of the traditional mouth-chewed sake andinterlaced with
atranscendent vis-à-vis in the twilight hour during which the two nearly
have time to write down their names. The cataclysm cannot be averted but
at least many lives are saved, yet, hampered by the fading memories of
each other’s names, will they be reunited in the same universe? You bet!
Although the ending has a strained elation blatantly turning a blind on
the odds of two individuals actually pass by each other randomly in a
metropolis like Tokyo.

Kamishiraishi Mone did a good job in dubbing for Miyamizu Mitsuha. She
used different tough in different situation and chunked when it was
necessary though she was only 18 years old when she dubbed for Mitsuha.
Oppositely, Kamiki Ryunosuke didn’t do well. His voice and intonation
can’t pass the brave and courage which personalities Taki owned to
audience. Additionally, the picture of the film should be appreciated
due to the excellent painting skills and similarity of the reality.
What’s more, all the details of pictures were polished carefully showing
audience splendid spots. The film deserved being watched.

Kamishiraishi Mone did a good job in dubbing for Miyamizu Mitsuha. She
used different tough in different situation and chunked when it was
necessary though she was only 18 years old when she dubbed for Mitsuha.
Oppositely, Kamiki Ryunosuke didn’t do well. His voice and intonation
can’t pass the brave and courage which personalities Taki owned to
audience. Additionally, the picture of the film should be appreciated
due to the excellent painting skills and similarity of the reality.
What’s more, all the details of pictures were polished carefully showing
audience splendid spots. The film deserved being watched.


Shinkai’s virtuosity of devising picturesque scenery is an extraordinary
feat to be reckoned with, a spate of celestial splendor and
awe-inspiring landscape are scenery porn to hungry eyes, sometimes
spiffed up by flashy juxtapositions of memories and hand-written
sketches. Nevertheless, being someone who hasn’t been versed in the
realm of anime, one might wantonly hazard that the human character is a
weak link in the process, their looks are invariably pedestrian and shy
of memorable distinctions, perhaps it is an intrinsic defect in the
animation where the niceties of facial expressions are still quite a
challenge to visualize in technique terms. However, nothing can possibly
deny that YOUR NAME is a massive success and an infallible testimony of
Shinkai’s faculty to carry on the anime torch from royalties like Hayao
Miyazaki and Isao Takahata.

Mitsuha lived in rural area of Japan while Taki lived in Tokyo. Both of
them wanted to change the life that they think was boring. During the
time of changing body with each other, they became good friends and
started to fall in love with each other. Unfortunately, meteorite
destroyed the village where Mitsuha lived and all the villagers died.
What surprised me was that Taki drank the wine which was buried by
Mitsuha and got back to three years ago. He met Mitsuha under the sunset
and told she to save villagers before the meteorite fall. Through the
communication with Mitsuha’s father, the mayor of the city, no one died
in the catastrophe. Despite they had no capability to remember each
other’s name, love remained and they bumped into each other with the
feeling of love.

Mitsuha lived in rural area of Japan while Taki lived in Tokyo. Both of
them wanted to change the life that they think was boring. During the
time of changing body with each other, they became good friends and
started to fall in love with each other. Unfortunately, meteorite
destroyed the village where Mitsuha lived and all the villagers died.
What surprised me was that Taki drank the wine which was buried by
Mitsuha and got back to three years ago. He met Mitsuha under the sunset
and told she to save villagers before the meteorite fall. Through the
communication with Mitsuha’s father, the mayor of the city, no one died
in the catastrophe. Despite they had no capability to remember each
other’s name, love remained and they bumped into each other with the
feeling of love.

The next topic between us is zodiac.After communicating with him,I find
he is interested in studying zodiac.I have been asked for the value of
zodiac.I guess the changable seasons lead to the result.he shows me
something concrete on it.So maybe I am all right in his opinion.He
referred to the Freud’s psychoanalytic school,and tried to explain the
above views.Unfortunately,he happened to meet my opposition.In my
perspective,Fred’s many conclusions cannot been falsified.As the basis
of a study,I cannot accept.Only because many things cannot be expressed
clearly.At the same time,some words emerged,which are suitable to
thoughts and feelings in our heart in that time.Therefore,he described
his views from a different aspect.He said

referential points: Hayao Miyazaki’s SPIRITED AWAY (2001, 8.8/10), MY
NEIGHBOR TOTORO (1988, 8.0/10).

The film showed us a real Japan where always happen different natural
disasters. Moreover, with the spirits of courage and brave, Japanese
people survived in those disasters and continued on bringing up the next
generation. It is “Your name” that illustrates that the deep friendship
should be cherished by everyone. Though names of your friends will be
forgotten as time passing by, the friendship will last forever.

The film showed us a real Japan where always happen different natural
disasters. Moreover, with the spirits of courage and brave, Japanese
people survived in those disasters and continued on bringing up the next
generation. It is “Your name” that illustrates that the deep friendship
should be cherished by everyone. Though names of your friends will be
forgotten as time passing by, the friendship will last forever.

“Everyone is born in different months and dates.At the same time,he or
she will experience a different natural environment and human
environment at the beginning of oneself.A baby will have more time at
outdoors who is born in summer,he may be more open and touch many things
by himself.But there are many insects will bring bad things to his
body,leading to many diseases.Whereas,if he is in winter,he will have
a quiet brain for thinking much more”

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“Your name” is designed for every age people. From my perspective, this
film is suitable for group people to watch together, especially for
couples. Therefore, they will learn to cherish their friendship and
love.

“Your name” is designed for every age people. From my perspective, this
film is suitable for group people to watch together, especially for
couples. Therefore, they will learn to cherish their friendship and
love.

I show some doubts,and told him many reasons would lead to the
result,such as weather,food ,districts,customs and so on.

I appreciate this film as five stars due to its clear plot, splendid
spots and amazing legend. In addition, I prefer to watch it and feel the
love between Mitsuha and Taki again.

I appreciate this film as five stars due to its clear plot, splendid
spots and amazing legend. In addition, I prefer to watch it and feel the
love between Mitsuha and Taki again.


I am a freshman in NUIST majoring in Environmental Engineering. Watching
Anime is one of my hobbies. But since 2000, I haven’t seen an animation
film did better job than “Your name”. What’s more, I believe Chinese
animation has to learn some skills of painting and the methods of making
clear plot from this film. You will never regret watching it.

I am a freshman in NUIST majoring in Environmental Engineering. Watching
Anime is one of my hobbies. But since 2000, I haven’t seen an animation
film did better job than “Your name”. What’s more, I believe Chinese
animation has to learn some skills of painting and the methods of making
clear plot from this film. You will never regret watching it.

Because of the limited time in our holiday.I need get back our
dormitory.

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