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Meditation changes brain


šŸ’«There is no right or wrong way of practicing meditation.šŸ’«

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Sit in the quiet place and find yourself a comfy spot. Let your thoughts flow, detach from them, observe them like you would observe clouds in the sky. Focus on your breath or a mantra youā€™re repeating to yourself. Relax.

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ā—ļøRemember:šŸ§˜ā€ā™€ļøsitting on a cushion with your legs crossed is not the only way of meditation. Think about activities which make you to lose track of time and enjoy the present moment like: biking in the nature, colouring the page. They also can be seen as a light form of meditationšŸš“šŸ»ā€ā™€ļø

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Meditation at the beginning is not peaceful, you feel awkward without the clue what you supposed to do or feel. At the beginning of your meditation practice you may experience opposite feelings then you expected.

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āž”ļøMeditation improves your sense of well being and lessens symptoms of depression. People who have meditated for eight weeks are showing signs of changed cerebral electrical activity towards more positive feelings.

āž”ļøResearch shows that daily meditation changes the brainā€™s neural pathways associated with stress and emotions

āž”ļøPracticing mindfulness can make you more resilient to stress.

āž”ļøSerotonin levels in your body will be higher and thatā€™s often indicator of better mood.

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