There have been numerous scientific studies showing the benefits of a regular meditation practice. One study showed that if you meditated for 20 min per day for 6-8 weeks you would see marked changes including:
in anxiety and stress,
vulnerability from pain, and
in the tendency toward depression and anger.
the power of attention,
boosting the immune system, and
one’s general well-being.
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