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Vast majority of people who try to meditate will give up and move on

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A wealth of scientific research shows that meditation can change the structure and function of critical areas of the brain, help relieve anxieties, and boost focus and compassion. It can work wonders, but few of us will ever reap these rewards because most people who try to meditate will give up and move on. For those with chronic anxieties, the percentages are far worse.

"Mindful meditation—as it's typically practiced—is just no longer conducive to the new world we live in," according to Dr. Justin Feinstein, Associate Professor, The University of Tulsa, Clinical Neuropsychologist, Laureate Institute for Brain Research

From, James Nestor author of Breath, The New Science of a Lost Art


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