遗传病能够完全避免吗?
发布日期:2018-08-20 20:33
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Afraid of inheriting your father's 'famous' blood pressure or mother's 'sweet-tooth'diabetes?    Take a look at hereditary ailments from the yogic perspective.
害怕遗传你父亲“出了名”的血压病或母亲“好甜的”糖尿病?让我们从瑜伽的角度来看看遗传性疾病吧。

There is a common misconception among some that hereditary diseases are unavoidable. Many times, we hear people say things like, “Oh, high blood pressure? Well, my father had it so I’m sure I will too.” But science tells us otherwise about multifactorial diseases like heart disease, diabetes, blood pressure, asthma, cancers, obesity, mental retardation and more. According to modern science, it is difficult to determine a person’s risk of inheriting or passing on these disorders due to the effects of other factors such as lifestyle and environment. 
有种常见的错误概念,即:遗传性疾病是不可避免的。很多时候,我们听到人们说:“噢,高血压,我爸有我肯定也会得。”但科学告诉我们并非如此,像心脏病、糖尿病、血压异常、哮喘、癌症、肥胖症、智力缺陷等疾病是多种因素造成的。现代科学很难确定一个人患遗传病的风险,因为它还受其他因素的影响,如生活方式和环境等。

Presented below is an excerpt from Sadhguru’s talk with Dr. Sanjeev K. Chaudhry, CEO of Super Religare Laboratories (SRL), during a recent event in New Delhi. As a part of the conversation, Sadhguru touched upon how genetic ailments are viewed in the yogic tradition. The complete conversation can be viewed on YouTube.
以下是萨古鲁和Super Religare Laboratories(SRL)首席执行官Sanjeev K. Chaudhry博士不久前在新德里的谈话摘录。谈话的这部分,萨古鲁提到传统上瑜伽是怎样看待遗传性疾病的。完整视频可在YouTube观看。

Sadhguru: The body is geared for health. I know your doctor will say there are genetic factors and other things, but I want you to understand, genetics are only information. You can use information to get better, or you can use information to go back into the same cycle. It is up to you. Whether information is empowering or entangling depends on the way you use it.
萨古鲁:身体是为健康而设的。我知道,医生会告诉你是因为遗传因素等等,但我想让你明白的是,遗传就是信息而已。你可以利用信息变得更好,或者,你只是利用信息回到同一个循环中。这取决于你。信息是提升了你还是束缚了你,取决于你使用它的方式。

Whatever information is there in this body is not entangling. If it was entangling, this life would not have come forth as a new possibility at all. The body has all the information – “my great-great-great grandfather was suffering from this disease.” Such information is there in the body. But this does not mean I must have the same disease. If I make the same mistakes that he did, then yes. I have the information for my reference that all these things have happened, so this is how I must take care.
身体里的任何信息都不是束缚。如果是束缚,这个生命就不会作为一个新的可能性而出现了。身体携带了各种信息——“我的曾曾曾祖父患了这种疾病。”身体携带着这样的信息。但这并不意味着我一定会得相同的病。如果我犯了和他一样的错误,那么是的。而现在我有这些信息作为参考,所以我知道该如何小心了。

If I check people in a certain way, I can tell them right away what ailments they will have in the next fifteen years. I will not do it because there are more important things to do. What you are going to do in these fifteen years is more important to me than what the state of your health might be like after fifteen years. Your system is already talking about it. If you are going to get a heart attack at fifty, your body is already talking about it by the time you are thirty or thirty-five. Whether you are willing to listen is the question.
如果我以某种方式检查一个人,我可以马上告诉他接下来的十五年会得什么病。我不会这么做,因为有更重要的事情要做。对我来说,你在这十五年中要做什么事比十五年后你的健康可能会怎样更重要。你的系统已经在告诉你了。如果你将在五十岁时心脏病发作,那么当你三十或三十五岁时你的身体已经在告诉你了。问题只在于你是否愿意倾听。

Today, medical science is able to predict a heart attack more than a year ahead of time; they couldn’t do this twenty years ago. And as they observe more parameters, the prediction time is increasing. But still, the observation is all through instruments, not by you. We are forgetting that all these instruments were created by this instrument. If you enhance this instrument, this is capable of perceiving in a certain way. It needs a certain level of work, focus, and dedication; unfortunately, dedication is scarce material. If you enhance your perception, ill health wouldn’t even be a thought on your mind. It doesn’t exist for you.
今天,医学可以提前一年多预测心脏病的发作;这在二十年前是办不到的。如果他们能观测更多参数,预测时间还可以提前。但是,所有的观测都是通过仪器进行的,而不是通过你。我们忘记了所有这些仪器都是由(你)这个仪器创造的。如果你能提升(你)这个仪器,它就能够通过某种方式感知到。这需要一定程度的努力、专注和奉献;不幸的是,如今奉献成了稀有之物。如果你提升了你的感知力,疾病甚至不会出现在你的头脑里。它对你而言不存在。

Love&Grace,
Sadhguru
爱与恩典
萨古鲁
文章来源:isha.sadhguru.org/blog/lifestyle/health-fitness/are-hereditary-diseases-completely-avoidable
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