Publisher : Rushikesh Darge
Course Language : English
We all have heard that “meditation is good for you”. But good in what terms? Is that
just reports from people doing it for 10 years, or are there good scientific studies
showing specific benefits that I care about?
Everyone wants to achieve their goals.I am often asked questions like:
How do I become a better person?
How do I improve my relationships?
How to move from thinking about me to feeling about others?
Is there a way to transform intellect into wisdom?
The answers is MEDITATION. and i will tell you how they improve each aspect of your life.
In this course I have summarized several scientific discoveries on the benefits
of meditation. Over 100 studies were analyzed (some of which are in themselves
analysis of other hundreds of studies). You will be surprised after this course some of these.
You will noticed that on many course and articles when people answer the question
“why should I meditate” or “what are the benefits of meditation”, they do mention a
few health benefits, and spiritual benefits, but leave a lot behind; or they often lack
scientific evidence backing up what they say. There are over 3,000
scientific studies on the benefits of meditation, but I have not found any article , course that
compiles hundreds of researches into an organized article, so I decided to fill in the
These studies were based on different types of meditation, and I have included details,
whenever relevant. Some effects, such as increased compassion and social bonding,
are more salient as a result of specific meditation techniques (such as loving-kindness,
which is a Buddhist meditation). However, my understanding and personal practice is
that any kind of authentic meditation will include most of these benefits, in one degree
or another. There is also evidence that the practice will be more beneficial for you if
you find a technique that you like better.