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    What Is Meditation?

    Published: June 02, 2019

    What Is Meditation? How Is Meditation Done?

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    What Is Meditation?

    • 1. What Is Meditation? How Is Meditation Done? What Is Meditation? How Is Meditation Done?
    • 2. What Changes In Our Brains When We Meditate? What Changes In Our Brains When We Meditate? The effects of meditation continue to be largely questioned, and the science world has already begun to examine this practice, which is claimed to have created a great change. Although we can not say that it is very easy, as a simple practice, it is possible to see the effects of the meditation that attracts the attention of many people in addition to life practices. Before we start talking about these effects, let's make an explanation of what meditation is.
    • 3. What Is Meditation? What Is Meditation? Meditation seems to be an effort to keep quiet and to follow the mind that is not conscious, to increase awareness, according to the general belief. Meditation is a term derived from the Latin word meditation, literally meaning "deep thinking" in many Western languages, and it is defined in dictionaries as "the name given to the techniques and experiences of controlling the mind, allowing one to attain peace of mind, serenity, various states of consciousness, and attain his / her own existence."
    • 4. What Is Meditation? What Is Meditation? Meditation is a term derived from the Latin word meditation, literally meaning "deep thinking" in many Western languages, and it is defined in dictionaries as "the name given to the techniques and experiences of controlling the mind, allowing one to attain peace of mind, serenity, various states of consciousness, and attain his / her own existence."
    • 5. What Is Meditation? What Is Meditation? Meditation techniques, they belong to, Buddhism (India), Taoism (China), Zen (Japan) and Islam (contemplation) according to belief systems and follow the methods according to different names. In addition, different belief systems, sects, and schools present today interpret meditation differently and apply it in different ways. In this respect, it is impossible to talk about a standard or a single form of meditation.
    • 6. What Is Meditation? What Is Meditation? Meditation is a spiritual purification technique practiced in many cultures and religions. The person gathers himself rests his mind, soul with his studies of alertness and concentration. Meditation in Eastern cultures is considered a deeply rooted and conscious technique. The state of consciousness in question is called differently according to every belief.
    • 7. The Effects Of Meditation On The Brain The Effects Of Meditation On The Brain The effects of meditation were somewhat easily acceptable. But with the advancement of modern technology, research has enabled us to see details of changes in the brain as a result of meditation. The results were surprising to most people.
    • 8. The Effects Of Meditation On The Brain The Effects Of Meditation On The Brain The fundamental change that took place was that the brain stopped producing information as actively as it normally did. Because even 20 minutes of meditation has been shown to significantly reduce the beta waves in the brain. Now, let's look at what happens in the brain after meditation:
    • 9. The Effects Of Meditation On The Brain The Effects Of Meditation On The Brain Front lobe: this part is responsible for logic, planning, emotions, self-consciousness as the most evolutionary part of the brain. During meditation, the front cortex is going offline in a sense. Side lobe: this part of the brain processes sensory information about the world surrounding our body to guide us in time and space. During meditation, the activity of the side lobe slows down.
    • 10. The Effects Of Meditation On The Brain The Effects Of Meditation On The Brain Thalamus: this organ, which is a surveillance officer for the senses, intensifies your attention by going deeper into the brain and stopping other signals in the trace. Meditation slows the flow of incoming information. Reticular Formation: As the watchdog of the brain, it receives warnings from the structure and gives warning to the brain to prepare to respond. The meditation reverses the stimulus signal.
    • 11. The Effects Of Meditation On The Brain The Effects Of Meditation On The Brain In short, when we meditate, we weaken the neural connection. That means we won't react as strongly as usual. This is not a disconnection in a negative sense. We can follow them at a certain distance, rather than at the end of the meditation, under the influence of negative emotions. Thus, our probability of making sensible reactions increases and therefore our quality of life.
    • 12. Thank You Thank You