Tuning out: How brains benefit from meditation

Meditation and Wild Places – a Wonderful Place to Be!

Yoga Meditation

Experienced meditators seem to be able to switch off areas of the brain associated with daydreaming as well as psychiatric disorders such as autism and schizophrenia, according to a new brain imaging study by Yale researchers. (Yale News 21 November 2011) – see full text here.

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About Living the Dream of Nature

Russell Jackson - HATHA YOGA & RAJA MEDITATION TEACHER & INSTRUCTOR + GONG MASTER Graduated: Physics UK Surrey University Worked: Telecommunications Engineering Research with UK British Telecom (Optical Fibre Waveguides) and UK Leeds University (Microwave Circuit Theory) Worked: UK Metropolitan Local Government in Acoustics, Environmental Monitoring, Business Development and IT Services Management. Proprietor in Partnership: Computer Systems Integration to the Opto-Electronics Industry Worked: Sustainable Building Construction and Restoration using Natural Materials

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