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Meditation

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Meditation is used in Buddhism, Yoga and is important in the religion Hinduism.

[edit] Buddhist Meditation

Broadly speaking, Buddhist Meditation is an opportunity to relax and lay aside your concerns so that you can allow your mind to see more deeply into the nature of reality. Some people think that Buddhist Meditation is about ‘blanking the mind’ or developing some sort of ‘laser-like’ concentration – but this is far from the case.

Every form of meditation uses some object on which we direct our attention. We can use the sensations of the breath, our emotional connection with ourselves and others, the physical sensations of the body, sounds, visualized images, etc.

Meditation has been shown to have many medical and psychological benefits, such as promoting a sense of wellbeing, boosting the immune system, lowering blood pressure, reducing stress and slowing aging.

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