This quote from Hayao Miyazaki’s (1942-2015) movie, Spirited Away, shows that the ability to be “self-aware” is what allows it to be a “positive thing”. This is because we have the ability to be “self-aware” in a way that allows us to control the way we act. If we do not act with awareness, we can still be aware that we need to be self-aware.
I think this quote is an excellent summary of the “self-awareness” concept. We tend to think of ourselves as “rational” when, in fact, we are not always aware of our actions. I think the best way to be self-aware is to take the time to really reflect on what we are doing. For example, think of this statement: “I don’t like doing this. I’m going to try to be better about it.
This is not a bad thing either. We often tend to act when we are unaware of our actions. It is okay to take the time to reflect on our actions, but we should try to do so when we are aware of them. This is another good quote from Hayao Miyazaki.
I have a lot of respect for Hayao Miyazaki. The man has a lot of talent. I think the way he approaches his art is almost like an apprenticeship. The first time I heard of him, I thought, “Wow, that guy’s got a lot of ideas,” but I learned a lot from him as I watched him develop his techniques. So much so that I’m considering writing my own book on him.
Hayao Miyazaki is a master of character development. His characters are complex and believable. His works are so well-written and directed that you want to hug them and cry with them. I have to say, I’ve grown to appreciate his work more and more as I’ve gotten older. It’s not just the great characters you see in his films (although that is a nice bonus) but the emotional depth that you can feel as well.
His movies do a great job of depicting the life of a young man as he struggles to find his place in life and his own thoughts and emotions. Ive seen some of his other works and they are just as strong of a voice as his movies. I love the way he makes the young protagonists so sympathetic and believable. The way they are able to show the importance of their own individuality and to see themselves as people in a larger sense.
Hayao Miyazaki has shown us the meaning of self-awareness in his movies and in his life. His films don’t just have clear stories, they have also a great deal of meaning. He shows us how we should be acting, thinking, feeling, and moving in our lives. The best example I know of is the famous scene of the young Miyazaki and his friends in the Miyazaki Village in Castle in the Sky.
As someone who has a great deal of respect for Hayao Miyazaki, I really feel like I cant express how important it is for us to see ourselves as people in a larger sense. It makes our actions more meaningful, and it makes our lives a little bit more interesting.
When I think of Hayao Miyazaki, I think of him as one of my favorite filmmakers. He has a way with drawing characters that are memorable and also convey emotion. I have such a crush on him. I was a kid in Japan when Miyazaki made his first movie, however I had no idea what was going on until I saw The Wind Rises. I was like “WOW!” I was absolutely blown away.
But the best way I can describe the film is that it’s a slice of life film in which characters meet and interact with one another. In the beginning, people are so shy that they can’t even speak to one another. They’re just sitting around the table in silence, so they have to find something to do. Eventually, one of them gets up and starts to talk.