For those that meditate regularly, there is no doubt that the benefits are profound. Science and the medical community recommend meditation for stress relief, anxiety, depression and cardiovascular health just to name a few. Emma M. Seppala Ph.D. did extensive research at Stanford to find that brain chemistry changes affect more than just the mind. Most people are not aware that meditation can relieve depression, anxiety, pain and that it boosts the immune system.
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- Increases cognition. (Makes you smarter)
- Reduces anxiety.
- Reduces depression.
- Increases awareness.
- Reduces emotional reactivity.
- Increases community and social interaction.
- Increases positive emotion.
- Reduces pain.
- Decreases stress.
- Decreases inflammation at the cellular level. Other studies.
- Reduces loneliness.
- Increases immune function.
- Makes you more compassionate.
- Increases self-control. Helps you regulate emotions.
- Increases focus and attention.
- Improves your ability to multi-task.
- Improves your memory.
- Helps you think outside the box.
- Lowers blood pressure.
- Improves cardiovascular health. 48% reduction in heart attack and stroke.
- Makes you smarter. Meditation is like a shower for the brain. It cleans out the cobwebs and refreshes your data base.
- Three ways to quiet your mind even if you never have been able to before.
- Three different ways to meditate.
- The best ways to get the results you desire.
- A transference of Divine Grace (Oneness Blessing).