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3 Ways To “Change Up” Your Meditation Routine

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Apr 17
By: Tyler Greenberg of Meditate Life, meditatelife.org A question I get asked a lot is what to do when you are bored of meditating.  It is also one of the hardest questions for me to answer as it is something that varies from person to person.  Luckily, practicing meditation can

Meditation-based practices vs. depression and anxiety

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Apr 09
Recently, a lot of people, experiencing anxiety and/or depression, prefer non-pharmacologic and conventional practices, which are easy to reach and apply and have no severe side effects, such as meditation, yoga and Tai Chi. In addition, there is increased attention to the effectiveness of those practices in the scientific area

Chronic Pain and Meditation – Science Behind Article

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Apr 05
Chronic pain a common issue which causes personal and social costs. It has negative effects on sleep, psychological functioning and social life. World Health Organization (3) reported the prevalence of chronic pain conditions as 37.7% in developed countries and 41.1% in developing countries. In another meta-analysis study (4), it was

Science: Meditation is an effective treatment for Anxiety

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Mar 27
Anxiety is a reflect the inadequacy to manage ruminative cognitive processes. It is related to decreased executive-level brain activity in the bilateral prefrontal cortex and anterior cingulate cortex, which regulate control ruminative thinking (20,21). Two emotion regulation strategies, distraction, and reappraisal are stated to decrease anxiety by controlling cognitive mechanisms

Meditating on Emotions

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Mar 20
By Tyler Greenberg of Meditate Life, meditatelife.org One of the most common things to focus your meditation on is a physical feeling. We can meditate on our breath, something we smell, something we hear, or sensations we feel. However, physical sensation isn’t the only thing you can meditate on. As