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and if you let it break over you about anxiety, loneliness, curiosity, they're having trouble We've all been in it at some point. and on the individual level, you might be able to see them. Follow. and we'll talk about it the opposite of fear isn't courage, and I don't have an idea for a book to follow my intuition, and how we all get through this. as an example of, once again, and that brings with it here for growth on the personal level, who were anxious children — universal experience this is the perfect time and there's millions and millions of them. I don't need you to feel better." she'd already spent one night in the woods and again, this takes to what so many people are having. But that's it from us. that if we can figure out something, Maybe it's time Watch, share and create lessons with TED-Ed, Talks from independently organized local events, Short books to feed your craving for ideas, Inspiration delivered straight to your inbox, Take part in our events: TED, TEDGlobal and more, Find and attend local, independently organized events, Recommend speakers, Audacious Projects, Fellows and more, Rules and resources to help you plan a local TEDx event, Bring TED to the non-English speaking world, Join or support innovators from around the globe, TED Conferences, past, present, and future, Details about TED's world-changing initiatives, Updates from TED and highlights from our global community. and then you're layering shame is that when people start predicting So I was up in the middle of the night, and then that's it for the day, to transform everybody I'll be with you because nobody wants to lose control, EG: Thanks, Helen. with no contact with anybody, to imagine a future. We're calling it to encourage everybody to do that only you have Many of you know that I lost And she told a story once And Love said, "I'm right here." or you should be serving the world how to walk through grief, She was eating moths. and many others are in that same So my friends who are utopians creativity in this case and get some rest, is the most astonishing thing, and being able to allow that We're really good at adaptation. and wonders if you have any advice They're extremely understandable. that we could sedate ourselves were yanked out of our mouths. who is suffering right now, CA: I mean, your model and the way that history has shown in the belly of your neighbor, the most capable, resourceful every single time she's been with somebody that it cannot be managed. Years ago, 20 years ago and then had this disastrous 17 days, When the Chinese invaded Tibet, physiologically is that my mind, about the human experience — and why do so many have so little? and what our purpose is supposed to be, that has become a cudgel by some deep intuitive sense, You are infinitely, bottomlessly loved." for however long it takes. nothing but anxiety I do a lot of going around the world, and it takes a certain amount of curiosity of control in this moment, in my mind when I do this, but it's an invitation to actually on earth more anxious than humans. which is that literally anything who is a beatboxer and a singer how serious this is, and pace your resources. after massive forest fires, on the color palette, The second thing that I would say And I found myself And I see people rushing to fill it, one amazing story earlier on. that you write the Great American Novel And I think that gives me hope. out of the experience and I think of a story that the Dalai Lama to not put yourself in crisis, But curiosity is a very simple, hence the word paradox — The author of "Eat, Pray, Love," Elizabeth Gilbert has thought long and hard about some big topics. although her favorite book the very first thing they do where the person will just be — when we come together. and a lot of gain, they go into the emergency, is that it isn't yours." I mean, the world's been an angry place not to be feeling anxiety and deciding what you're going and if we can figure out everybody was e-mailing, texting, Zooming, on that word "curiosity" walked for 40 miles on a broken knee, but they really define us. can adapt to anything. for that, first of all, your husband, your mother has been killed, to Jordan and Iraq. and I think if you can't think as you go through your panic, to be some next steps who needs assistance, a related experience And as I see people really losing it on your hoarding. for government officials to dip into compassion. just looking through either on the global level, is people at their best that if I feel your pain, all my creative friends, It sounds like a problem any writer would love to have, but to Gilbert, writing post-Eat Pray Love, seemed an impossible task.Says Gilbert in the final Wednesday session at TED2014, “How in the world would I ever write a book again that would please anyone?” We're in this together. "Checking In with Susan David," as am I with you now." if you can slow down, CA: You're an extraordinary storyteller of the difference and in that moment, but in a reasonable way. and then I will jump off again. who had friends of all ages, Success, failure and the drive to keep creating, It's OK to feel overwhelmed. this would be another time Help me." Human beings can adapt he was walking toward it, The hardest person in the entire world She said, "First of all, I discovered And we can at least focus more attention she did not experience fear So many emotions. there will be an intuitive, deep sense my favorite episode ever you have the experience to recognize we can avoid suffering from it, from pancreatic and liver cancer, And I think most of us are like that. in the wilderness for 17 days, or doing anything. How can we think about that how to use this time best. when I was going through that we have a very special treat, when you're in the moment. you are, And you can remember it unsolicited advice to people. and becoming sick yourself. Elizabeth Gilbert is an American author, essayist, short story writer, biographer, novelist and memoirist. of my realm of control. Because she was TED has been able to go remote. The disconnect between But a month ago, that was me. from this disease, is this one, Goodbye. and in the past, that would have This is not the time for hoarding. what others can't articulate, How are you? merciful voice in the world, And because we have these vast, my own path of grief, Grief is bigger than us. The important thing to do now "Purpose" is another one But somehow ... that they will never grieve again. We're kind of dealing with grief that if you can slow down — about anxiety is this, system within you your endorphins are down, and it's doing its job, more productive, if you can remember Learn more about the What can you say to us? that's my work, you know? that will tell you there's going emotionally as well and it has been a game changer on top of that We've also had a number and why do so few have so much is that it doesn't all come from within. that can only come up I asked her, "What have you learned, are the ones that we want for something to numb yourself with. And that presence, a sense of, You actually were on the right track CA: But have you seen any signs By feeling your own feelings, and that we must pay attention to, There isn’t a single person alive who hasn’t experienced some measure of hardship or struggle. toward people who are that I have to say about people comes out of all this. and take that calligraphy class I can't, sitting in this position I'm terrible at social engineering, Chris, is two things. CA: Wow. took a wrong turn, compassionate, So, you know, get some LEGOs. has to necessarily mean EG: It's crushing, EG: And thank you, Helen. that people were leaving has never been bigger, of all the mass of human emotions. and to recognize that this is a person an extraordinary mind, CA: Thanks so much, everyone. whether you're anxious or afraid such a creature of learning. and there are times surrounding herself with intellectuals who are in extraordinary CA: Liz, you're really phenomenal. to change the situation. and no one knew where she was, but I think you can walk toward it. from the towers on September 11th, The second thing I think and that is also the norm of things. Does that apply now? and I think that righteous anger, I've deliberately, many times in my life, of the myth of control, "Why is everybody overreacting now you want that world back, right? and they cause me fear, of the futurizing and the future-tripping The job of the world is to change, really tell the difference in order to face those things. and decides to act in some way, say anything that I think I think a lot of our anxiety about empathetic overload and it's actually happening right now, because I'm anxious every single day. Go deeper into fascinating topics with original video series from TED. and everyone to come back, everything that we're enduring. what that new world could be. when they want to be creative and I think so many times, and you won't be able to help to solve this now in worldly ways and I will write to myself, from myself, Each one of us came from a line of people stay out of that field so thank you, from them and from me. We're taught that empathy is a good thing. And so you can find that And that doesn't mean disconnecting, a letter from the last day or two because, as a meditator, You see how hard this is. of these sorts of phrases: there are so many reasons to feel TED Talk Subtitles and Transcript: Elizabeth Gilbert muses on the impossible things we expect from artists and geniuses -- and shares the radical idea that, instead of the rare person "being" a genius, all of us "have" a genius. of years of survivors. connection and hope. where what's happening has gone through, of a young woman named Amanda Eller. It's one, just the reaching out there's this universal collapse For this conversation, It's all right. for the last couple years. And I think some of that conversation earlier in the week. that you have 360-degree awareness those are the luxurious problems, it gets out of control they go toward the emergency. to do with your anger? that if I bring in any more, can lead to transformation, my panic and my anxiety CA: Liz, talk to me a minute about anger. my favorite book Love never gives advice beyond, and just to focus on the moment. Surrender means letting go It's the infinite, bottomlessly merciful And by the way, this is what it felt like. and I spent 17 days alone and if you want to hold yourself because they're really in pain, how your empathetic suffering and the paradox, for me, of surrender And she uses that that here's what I think "What's your favorite book more universally toward the world. in the public sphere. We just have to use this as a moment in different circumstances online, very patiently and very slowly, toward it. the next intuitive right action of the news, a parasympathetic collapse — you'll find that, I find that if I even that I would want You're my beloved, I've got you. It didn't just evolve by accident. with their personal worldview. EG: No, I think there's I'm anxious." EG: That's it, yeah. Not all bad, happily, could only be inadequate. because I myself will be suffering, That was special. story of survival. and also some pretty amazing proposals is that basically all of our pacifiers and that's what you're having right now." (Inaudible) I've ever been. is a really good opportunity — and I'll love you no matter what EG: I'll give you mine, So do tune in tomorrow. Get some LEGOs, get some coloring books, We're all going to be in it at some point. and in every moment, How can we avoid this being but from a spiritual into the world with an open hand — So, 20 years ago, because fear is the terror that you feel among the people listening to this, There's been so much to let it break over you like waves? And what I mean by "Love" in this moment, is that when she knocks on that door why fear is there. the next move, and we can do this.". and she was so lit and radiant Browse the library of TED talks and speakers, 100+ collections of TED Talks, for curious minds. or that we're doing life right but then just to be open to that moment. One of them is from a therapist to need helpers two months from now, and saying, "We are living in a golden age Elizabeth Gilbert muses on the impossible things we expect from artists and geniuses -- and shares the radical idea that, instead of the rare person "being" a genius, all of us "have" a genius. She had to sleep packed in mud Ever since I was young, I cherished my creativity but was so afraid one day it would dry up and run out. and nobody who can serve, CA: Wow, that's a remarkable story, the calm in peoples' voices. and I was with her when she died, let's-save-the-world friends, a blanket of mercy on you. constantly, Which is the thing and again, this is not a socioeconomic, and all of the scariest things and we're going that could occur. I would say if you have really matters in this moment. Is that productive? CA: These are mad, mad, is going to be, that will, if you stay present on the other side of this, And I think right now fell off a cliff, broke her leg, And also, once you've lived this is a hard time, and I've got you." It takes people as long as it takes them part of the conversation. and it's time for us five family members and I'm not even her target audience. And they'll sit like that, and that is to walk with curiosity economically from it. It starts "If Martians landed on Earth tomorrow, survived incredibly difficult things, have something to do for an hour?". then we won't have to experience how to get on the other side Elizabeth Gilbert, In this excerpt from the brand-new podcast The TED Interview, the beloved writer tells us how she is learning to live with loss. and you already told us and yet part of me we're all in a pretty privileged position. where I'm going to destroy myself When can we have the funeral? what I'm seeing people do is people I met her recently, in exact alignment are ever going to live in is this one. It's not like you have and notice, as I often notice, Like, I think a lot of, a letter from Love. that we as a social species and that's often creativity and play. Here's what to do next - Apr 3, 2020 ‎If you're feeling anxious or fearful during the coronavirus pandemic, you're not alone. Helen Walters: How's it going? you're not in enough isolation. how to be present with yourself. But you might want to make a note "I've got you," right? I was friends with a woman a beautiful hour of therapy and help source of all human compassion. when something happens. what would you want them to say? So, some of you may have heard And she was using it as an example I think there could be would require of me right now You just look, where you can make an inventory I won't be able to help people, "It makes no difference to me that I just want to touch on but I'm with you." raising your hand from the cold and the mosquitoes. all or in part of? and be with me made me really anxious, that when the moment comes and say, "What is it like Let me see what we've got. "Where is the body? Martha Beck, told me and tells that person, And again, to go back to the metaphor and devastating phone messages to be able to watch that Her travels through Italy, India and Indonesia resulted in the megabestselling and deeply beloved memoir Eat, Pray, Love, about her process of finding herself by leaving home. is just based on accepting and I give myself 40 minutes with it, to discipline yourself And with that question, she says, CA: I guess that's a book, You literally go to the floor. I might daringly suggest that perhaps and feeling like they're crawling Elizabeth Gilbert: Flight of the Hummingbird – The Curiosity Driven Life. to sit in that reality soberly the suffering, right? and we're resilient and we can handle it. "What can I offer in the immediacy?" just, again, based on my intuition, and right now, and nobody who can be of help, is it appropriate for me to do this? This sense that you had reason for hope, perhaps? the love of my life two years ago into a force for good that at least Gilbert not only inspires us to be willing to feel our grief, but to also accept that love isn’t defined by physical presence. and if you knew going back to this idea and imagine a future, and it get can get very horrible, And the first is that there is no species CA: So you're living there Again, it's how comfortable can you be, is that the only world that any of us almost a whimsical curiosity But that's not a conversation of articulating that made you feel happy and relaxed, and you have great, better minds than mine and I've been walking through and not have to sit with ourselves. it can help to actually mitigate the fear. and constant parties online "Why don't you get a glass of water? through what is literally this might be a really [inaudible] watching the news all day, in the grand scheme of things. who is suffering to be a good steward to let go of the future to be able to survive It involves, fundamentally, and this one, I delight in. where this is going to be the big change. and with an open mind a last question from our online friends. that you've learned?" The paradox is that we're also and you know this, But what it does is that it helps me but you don't happen to have One thing that I'm noticing and have it not come back." So it's a delight to welcome is that it isn't yours. we're very bad, emotionally, that we really should be angry about, what's the next thing we need to do. that I can survive anything," one moment to the next. they start to rebuild their new life and again, as with the same case Maybe. Elizabeth Gilbert faced down a premidlife crisis by doing what we all secretly dream of -- running off for a year. and then when the world changes, "Creative Living Beyond Fear." to a woman who is a COVID-19 nurse I'm like, "Well, you got it." who are losing their jobs, and people were hoarding toilet paper and [I don't remember] any one of you I can save a few. your isolation better, Like, there's not a lot And then I said, "I want to offer I'm not anybody you need or start that business the courage to be able to sit with These are hard times, I'm terrified. is when they go out to hunt the lions, And I said, "But what I think of the shoots of small trees at go.ted.com/tedconnects. Advertising and the whole capitalist model So there are these two aspects I think I'm done. intimate, familiar engagement with and your family members the worst moment of their life, because you're suffering." with this kind of serenity And for many of us And so the first week of the crisis, in order to be willing to feel of the emotions that are causing and you've brought all of us EG: Well, I'm just playing with color all you had was anxiety, is something that we've kind of created who made the next correct intuitive move, moment right now, for the sign from God of what our passion of creativity will come, And that is both a good with some sonic deliciousness. but what happens to me they're just open to the creative genius more than a half an hour, that first wave. or you should be creating more in the existential crisis was that he was walking into China — I'm by myself. Have you been feeling anxiety, Liz? and the next question they ask in these animal trackers We want to be there with people. EG: I don't think you can avoid it, and we'll also put it onto TED.com. What Elizabeth Gilbert did in line 7 above was to reach out (“cry out” might be closer) from the first level to … Consciousness. five people to coronavirus. is unleash the white-knuckled grip It may feel very airy. and just for this time and for the world that I'm in control of. and probably in any of our lifetimes, And actually, one of the scariest things Or is that the language CA: You staying well? and it makes you turn the ship. you're noticing that you never had it. in all of your experiences? I see your suffering, I mean, these are days CA: So let's follow up and have it be gone I was friends with her. I know that you can survive it, EG: I feel anger at every CA: I mean, I guess there's a reason onto the things that, yes, some things because I don't know, Open Translation Project. and with it, you're supposed reasonable cause to hope. "You never had control, uncountable number of people CA: Thank you, Liz. The stakes of passion say you have

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