Friday, July 8, 2011

Benefits of Meditation: The mind becomes calmer and happier

Meditation is proven to be very beneficial for the health of our bodies. With meditation, the mind becomes calmer and the emotion was easy to control. Next we will feel a deeper joy. This can be seen from a study of brain activity change for doing meditation. Further consider the following article:

WASHINGTON - A recent study found changes in brain activity after one of its participants meditate for five weeks.

An artist named Jane Anderson has difficulty in controlling emotions. He tries to do meditation and managed to get a positive impact within a month.

"The experience that I managed to get is a sense of tranquility and a better ability to regulate emotions," said Anderson, as quoted from the New Kerala, on Friday (07/08/2011).

Anderson is an experience that inspired a recent study that found changes in the brain after five week doing meditation activity.

Furthermore, Anderson along with a team from the University of Wisconsin, wanted to know whether changes in brain activity were also found when doing meditation with fewer periods.

At the beginning of the study, according to the University of Wisconsin, each participant wore an EEG, a measure of brain electrical activity. Then each participant was invited to join group meditation training, while another group of participants who were told that they will be trained later.

Participant group meditation sessions are offered two and a half hours in one week, and are encouraged to do more with more meditation.

Participants who had meditated showed better activity in the left front of the brain, which creates a feeling of calmness, than the group that did not perform the activity.


Clarity Meditation said...

great Meditation Tips are given here.. meditation keeps you healthy, and make your mind calm and happy..everyone must do it

Ane Recafort said...

The most well-known brain waves evident during Meditation are called Alpha waves, and these accompany relaxation of the entire nervous system. Gamma, Delta and Theta brain waves accompany types of Meditation associated with various altered states of consciousness.

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