Hello. I'm Professor Duck-Joo Lee. Already, the fifth week lectures are almost half done. Up to now, I emphasize the importance of self-reflection. Through the self-reflection, you would know yourself and the subject, those mind to achieve the ultimate goal of escaping the human mind force picture or to live happily with the universe mind in the true world. In fact, the ultimate purpose of all this is happiness. We want to live happily, so we are doing all of this to find the true happiness. Another most important thing to accomplish a happy life would be health. Perhaps, you have heard the body and mind is one. In the oriental medicine, it is said that the body and the mind is one. Most diseases come from stress to mind and then those minds expressed in bodies are considered disease. Tae-jong Yi, a Korean oriental medicine doctor who uses meditation as a part of the treatment state [inaudible]. Immunity include two types. The first type, fights and the eliminate the non-self, which are threat to the self. The other involve the power of adjustment to the threats. When examine this disease related to weakened immunity, like allergies, most of the cases are routed from conditions of the mind. If there are tendency to be negative, self-critical, or highly opinionated or if they are perfectionists, they do not accept the non-self and this can lead to the disease related to weakened immunity. But when these people were recommended the meditation and used it along with other treatment, it was highly effective. As much as their minds were subtracted through self-reflections, their mindset become accepting of others and they have improved. As a Korean oriental medicine practitioner, I confirm that as much as the mind transforms, the body becomes healthy. The following could have also happened to you. With a severe headache, you could have gone to a hospital for examination. The doctor may have said to you, "It is probably related to stress. Try to avoid the stress." Not knowing how to live avoiding stress, perhaps you could have left the hospital gloomingly. There are so many research studies and the dissertations about how meditation can reduce stress. Among them, a research article, 2015 August from Korean Wellness Journal called detectable meditation on depression, anxiety, and stress reduction in adult with depression. Examined 76 adults with depression diagnosis who did the self-reflection meditation for one week. The result showed all participants had a very significant reduction in depression score and stress responses. In another example, what if I had just recovered from severe disease? Even if the doctor assured that I've recovered completely, I could still have anxiety about the disease returning. In the research study called the effect of meditation program on psychological wellness. Professor Mira Yun from nursing department of a Chung-Ang University, examining 54 breast cancer survivors after surgeries and the cancer treatment with an approval ALB from Seoul's Hyundai Asan Medical Center and the nursing department Seoul National University. The research result showed a reduction in stress and depression. The quality of life and life satisfaction improved very significantly. After surviving through severe disease, patient usually experience serious psychological difficulties, such as stress in maintaining health, anxiety about possible relapse of the disease, social isolation, and avoidance of relationships. The meditation can be tremendous help in those difficulties. No matter what was happening in the past, you can live healthier as much as your mind has become brightened and at ease. Because of this, you must do self-reflection even more. Please close your eyes. For today, please remember your memories related to your body, health, and illness. Keep your eyes closed, and the focus to remember. Think of times when you were sick in your childhood. You were upset about not playing with your friend due to illness. Fearful memories about going to hospital. Remember your parents worrying about you. Think about how you self evaluated your health, "I am relatively healthy, I'm relatively sickly." Remember when you saw someone being sick and having anxious mindset. Maybe you could be sick, like that too. Think about your body responses to your emotions. When you were extremely angry or sad, have you ever had pain in your chest or was it short of breath? You could have a support through a headache of unknown origin. In the middle of facing a difficult and complicated world. Think of time when you were jealous of your friends. Maybe your chest felt tight or your stomach could have hurt. If you experienced illness and received the treatment, remember emotions from back then. Going through surgery, taking medications and injections. The moment you thought you don't want to experience this again. After that, how did you maintain your health? Little by little, remember what mindset you have about your body and illness. We are going to do up to this point. Open your eyes. How was it? Perhaps something like, "I have fractured my ankle when I was young, so my ankles are still weak". Earlier in this lecture, I said that we take pictures using eyes, nose, mouth, ears, and body and live in the false picture world. All of those stories are your life and health is a topic which cannot be dismissed. Therefore, you must remember and subtract causes of stress, which are all over your remembered memories, including anxiety and fear about illness, self-conceit about health, and the anything related to your body. When all are thrown away without even one picture to come up, we can truly live with a healthy mind and the body. Were you able to understand well? If there is any question or something you didn't understand, please ask anytime. Then I will see you in the next lecture. Thank you.