It's so cool that there is actually science to back up what regular meditators have experienced for years.
Research on meditation and it’s effects on the brain has shown that a regular practice actually changes the size and structure of the brain. Fascinating, right??
Research on meditation and its effects on the brain has shown that regular practice actually changes the size and structure of the brain. emotions, self-awareness, and cognitive thinking actually increase in size.
This is what allows us to take the time to respond appropriately to our daily stressors and not react instinctively in a way that may not serve us or our relationships. Researchers have found a subjective improvement in symptoms of anxiety, depression, and chronic pain, as well as improved concentration, attention and overall wellbeing.
So it's not just the perception that we feel more calm and peaceful (which should be enough to make you want to try it anyway!) But meditation causes actual physiological changes in the brain and changes how it works for the better.
Whether it’s the science or the anecdotal evidence, it’s clear that meditation can benefit all of us, for a variety of reasons. And it’s easier than you think.
Meditation and mindfulness practices have changed how I respond to difficult situations, how I perceive myself in the world and how I interact with others from a place of compassion. These practices are simple, accessible to everyone and can change your life and your relationships.
Research on meditation and its effects on the brain has shown that a regular practice actually changes the size and structure of the brain. of the brain and simple ways to incorporate it into your daily life. I'd love for you to join us and see how meditation can change your life for the better.