How To Use Meditation To Stop Time & Make It Faster Or Slower
Meditation can stop time, speed it up or slow it down by changing our present moment mindfulness

How To Use Meditation To Stop Time & Make It Faster Or Slower

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New research has revealed that meditation affects our perception of time, self and space, creating feelings of selflessness and timelessness. It is possible to use meditation to stop time, or to make it pass faster or slower. Time is a subjective matter. When we are anxious or depressed, time seems to pass slowly. When we are happy or excited, time seems to pass quickly. And so, our experience of time is inherently linked to our emotions in the present moment. Mindfulness meditation, or Vipassana (a Theravada Buddhist tradition) creates control of emotion, and thereby changes the way we perceive time.…

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This AI Is The Future Of Meditation And It’s Insane
By helping us recognise and store the thoughts in our minds, this technology could represent the future of meditation and therapy.

This AI Is The Future Of Meditation And It’s Insane

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A mind-reading AI (Artificial Intelligence) that turns thoughts in your mind into words could be the future of meditation technology and therapy. A new artificial intelligence can accurately translate words in an individual’s mind into sentences. The AI currently supports 250 words. It is actually designed to be used as a way for people who have lost speech ability because of paralysis to regain that skills. However, there are direct ways in which this technology could be applied to cognitive behavioural therapy, and could, in coming years, form the basis of the future of meditation technology. How A.I Can Turn…

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Daily Meditation And Anxiety: Scientific Breakthrough Has You Sorted
Research shows that 13 minutes a day and eight weeks of meditation reduces anxiety significantly.

Daily Meditation And Anxiety: Scientific Breakthrough Has You Sorted

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There’s a direct link between daily meditation and anxiety, as well as cognitive functioning, according to research published in the journal Behavioural Brain Research. If you have ever wondered how long you need to meditate for to reduce anxiety symptoms, the answer appears to be once a day for 8 weeks. Research On Daily Meditation And Anxiety Eight weeks of daily meditation and anxiety begins to lessen [READ: Best Mediation Techniques For Anxiety]. Not only this, but cognitive functioning improves, including improvements in working memory, recognition memory, and mood. Even if you have never meditated before, the research shows that…

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Why Is Meditation Good For You? Science Answers

As a meditation teacher, one of the most common questions I hear is “Why is meditation good for you?”. It might seem strange that the simple practice of sitting still with your eyes closed, focus on your breath, could have so many health benefits. After all, it’s not like you’re doing any physical exercise, so why is meditation good for your health? Recent research published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology sought to answer that very question. The research has pinpointed several reasons why mindfulness and meditation are good for mental health. Ultimately, the research team states, meditation helps because…

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The Science of Deep Breathing – Why It Benefits Us So Much

New research reveals the science of deep breathing and why it benefits us so very much. Meditators are well accustomed to the fact that the way we breathe influences the mind. Proper breathing techniques can relax the mind and offer myriad mental and physical health benefits. But just how does breathing influence your mind? Breathing is the most basic function of the human body. A new-born baby takes its first breath within ten seconds of being born. And we don’t stop breathing until we die. We take more than 23000 breaths per day. And every single one of those breaths…

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Meditation Reduces Stress By Changing Endocrine System, Says Science

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New scientific research has proven the positive effects of meditation on stress [READ: Best Meditations For Stress]. Stress is the single most common health problem in the world, and is one of the primary causes of diseases, including six of the biggest killers: cancer, coronary heart disease, accidental injuries, respiratory disorders, cirrhosis of the liver and suicide [1]. The endocrine system is essential for the management of stress. When we are stressed, the hypothalamus (nuclei connecting the brain to the endocrine system) signals the pituitary gland to produce hormones, which then signal the adrenal glands to increase the production of…

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