Meditation also makes our compassion more effective.
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Meditation helps to counter our tendency to stop paying attention to new information in our environment. Other studies have found that mindfulness meditation can reduce mind-wandering and improve attention.
Larger randomized controlled trials are still needed to understand how meditation mi...
For individuals who have experienced some sort of trauma, meditating can evoke painful experiences that they may not be prepared to confront.
One study found many of the participants experienced fear, anxiety, panic, numbness, or extreme sensitivity to light and sound that they attributed t...
... is a collection of practices aimed at helping us to cultivate moment-to-moment awareness of ourselves and our environment.
Meditation does seem to be generally effective for your well-being, but it is equal to many other steps you can take to stay healthy, such as exercise or therapy.
Research has yet to arrive at a consensus about how long meditation should take.
Perhaps the best guide is “You should sit in meditation for twenty minutes every day—unless you’re too busy. Then you should sit for an hour" - Old Zen saying.
Long-term, consistent meditation mindfulness changes our ability to handle stress in a better, more sustainable way.
The type of meditation you choose matters if you want to tackle a specific issue.
Studies have been made to compare four different types of meditation and they found that each type has its own unique benefits.
Studies have found a positive link between mindfulness and relationship quality in romantic relationships and relationships with kids.
Mindfulness practice seems to activate the part of the brain involved in empathy and emotional regulation.
There is some good evidence that meditation affects physiological indices of health, but other factors like education or exercise could also have a role to play.
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While many have the quality of self-compassion from birth, one can also get trained on loving yourself.
A popular mindfulness meditation called ‘loving-kindness meditation’ guides our mind to focus on the feelings of love, forgiveness and warmth towards ourselves and others.
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