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Meditation Instructor Program Article on Neuroscience and Meditation

Good article on meditation and how meditation can change your brain for the better

Please also review our Meditation Instructor Program

Please also review our Meditation Instructor Program

Please also review our Meditation Instructor Program

The article, “Neuroscience: This Is How Meditation Changes Your Brain for the Better”, by Jessica Stillman states,

 

“Unless you’ve been living in a cave the last few years, someone has no doubt recommended meditation to you. With top entrepreneurs swearing by the practice and a parade of articles suggesting mindfulness for everything from stress reduction to better concentration, meditation is undeniably hot.

Is it also science-backed? With its religious origins, spiritual cast, and mysterious mechanisms, to the skeptically minded meditation can appear like just another dubious self-help craze.

But if you’re not the type to spend time aligning your chakras or harmonizing your aura, be aware that meditation doesn’t need spirituality to sell itself (though, of course, that’s a fine reason to start a practice if you’re so inclined). A huge body of research has found that meditation has very real effects on your brain.

The many benefits of meditation, in other words, are thoroughly backed by science and can be seen plain as day on a brain scan, a fact Buffer writer Belle Beth Cooper delved into in depth on the startup’s blog. Her complete post is well worth checking out if you want a deep dive into how meditation physically alters your brain, but here are a few highlights.”

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