The Importance of Meditation
Emma M. Seppälä, Ph.D. devoted her PhD research at Stanford to finding the scientific impacts of meditation. What she found is listed below. Sound too good to be true? Click the links for direct scientific proof.
Meditation boosts your health.
Meditation boosts your happiness.
Meditation boosts your social life.
Meditation boosts your self-control.
Meditation changes your brain.
Meditation literally increases the grey matter in your brain, with significant volume increase in areas related to emotion regulation, positive emotions and self-control. It also increases cortical thickness in areas related to paying attention.
Meditation improves your productivity.
Many people are intimidated by meditation. They think it needs to be perfect, or is associated with a religion they don’t agree with, or simply don’t know where to start. The great part of meditation is that it can be whatever you want it to be.
Read the original article by Seppälä here.