Meditation : its benefits and science

Meditation : Its Benefits and Science
You might already now know what meditation is?  Or read my previous article titled “meditation(simple understanding)
Meditation is realistic, the psychological, and emotional equivalent of a physical training program. When you practice meditation regularly you get certain results – stronger muscles, controlled subconscious mind, focused attention, increased stamina, to mention few.  After you start meditation you’ll begin to spot the unexamined assumptions that get in the way of wholeness.  These assumption will answer your few question about you: like who you are, how this world works, what you deserve, what you can handle, where happiness is, is change possible in your life {that means can you change your mental attitude from negative to positive}.
Here are some common assumptions you might recognize: we have nothing in common, I can’t do this, I can’t influence him or her, happiness is not for me, and list is long. Assumptions bind us to the past, and it unclear the present, limit our thinking of what’s possible. Until we all detect our assumptions, they short- circuit our ability to observe objectively.
Meditation will help you to stop limiting yourself. When we practice meditation we often begin to recognize a specific sort of conditioned response – undetected earlier. We spot the ways we destroy our own growth and success because we have been conditioned. Meditation allows us to see unlimited power of subconscious mind and open ways to success controlled mind come up with positive thoughts and create atmosphere to react and ride the ladder of success.  Training attention through meditation will open your eyes. Then we can assess these conditioned response- and it has contain truth in it we can see it clearly. There is actually nothing that you can’t do and any other person can do. IF OTHER PERSON CAN DO YOU CAN ALSO DO.  Can’t do, is a conditioned thought in your mind once it’s gone, you gain power and support of your own subconscious mind and you just nail that work.
Meditation open ways and teaches us safe ways to open ourselves to the full range of experience – painful, pleasurable, neutral and so on. During meditation we practice how to be with difficult emotions and thoughts, even frightening ones and let them pass and not hold them and start communication in subconscious mind once a negative thought is gone will go for ever and let you learn how you can let go difficult phases in real life. In meditation you get braver- little by little. Then we can say to ourselves, I’ve managed to sit down, some of my most negative thoughts and my sparkling hopeful ones without judging them.’ Meditation let us see that we can accomplish things we didn’t think ourselves capable of.
When meditating you will rediscover a deeper sense of what really is important to you. Once you look beneath the negative reactions, you will have clear view of your deepest desire, dream, or goal.
Meditation practice will lead you to be in closer touch with the best part of yourself. It cultivates qualities such as kindness, trust, faith, and wisdom that you might think are missing in you.

 The science of meditation

In 2005, a pioneering study led by neuroscientist SARA LAZAR of Harvard University and Massachusetts general hospital showed that practitioner of insight meditation has measurable thicker tissues in the left prefrontal cortex, an area of the brain important for cognitive and emotional processing and well being. And subjects of her study weren’t Tibetan monks who’d spent year contemplating in caves, but ordinary Boston area professionals, most of whom meditate about 40minuts a day. Brain scans of the older participants suggest that meditation may also counteract the thinning of the cortex that occurs naturally with aging, and thus may protect against memory  loss and cognitive deficits.    
Scientists have also looked at the ways meditation improves attention. An MRI study at Emory University showed that experienced meditators were much more efficient than a non-meditating control group at dropping extraneous thoughts and focusing on the matter at hand when they were bombarded by stimuli while performing computer  task. The researchers concluded that the simple practice of focusing attention through meditation may help patients suffering from depression, anxiety, post – traumatic stress disorder and other such conditions.
Thanks all readers love and peace.