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  Research on Meditation 

The ability of Yog-Nidra to control the pain was investigated in a study at the Pittsburgh (U.S.A.), in which the need for analgesic medication was eliminated or markedly reduced among the 54 patients participating in the study. They suffered from headaches of either migraines muscular or tension types, a variety of conditions characterized by long term or intermittent pain (peptic ulcer syndrome), shoulder and neck pain ( sodalities syndrome) and lower back pain ( slip disc syndrome). At follow up after six weeks of Yog-Nidra therapy, patients reported an average of 81% effective pain relief.
Meditation is an ocean and its benefits will depend on the regularity and continuity you maintain, and on the depths to which you plumb in each practical session. The power of meditation is in its experience.
Meditation is not to be considered as an option in life. Whatever your age, vocation, or role in life, meditation must become a mandatory practice in your daily routine. Just as you brush and bathe each day, take time out to think of God. You owe your Creator a gift; that gift can be willing meditation. Try it and take to it! But meditation is better done without an attitude of expectancy. 

Meditation - Health applications and clinical studies of meditation
In the recent years there has been a growing interest within the medical community to study the physiological effects of meditation (Venkatesh et al., 1997; Peng et al., 1999; Lazar et al., 2000; Carlson, 2001). Many concepts of meditation have been applied to clinical settings in order to measure its effect on somatic motor function as well as cardiovascular and respiratory function. Also the hermeneutic and phenomenological aspects of meditation are areas of growing interest. Meditation has entered the mainstream of health care as a ...
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How Meditation Transforms and Benefits You
You will become more alive abundant with a sense of life you have never known before. You will feel friendly toward all. This existence will stop seeming inimical and hostile. You will carry that aura of friendliness and calmness that meditation brings, everywhere with you. This will touch others too, but most importantly, it will enhance the place where you meditate. It will actually welcome you. 

The Hows and Whys of Meditation
Meditation isn't some sort of magical panacea. It is a direct and powerful way to engage in your own growth and evolution.
The life-stories of most of the great saints and sages, from all cultures, show tremendous struggle and pain that comes into their life after they have progressed in meditation, not before.
There are both extra-ordinary benefits and extra-ordinary pains on this path. For meditation does what nothing else can it introduces you to yourself! 

Sound sleep through meditation
You can meditate at bedtime lying down, making it more comfortable than sitting meditation, especially for those who are not in the best physical shape. Simply close your eyes and watch your mind. If thoughts arise, let them go. Don't let them engage you. Don't judge them. Don't identify with them. Just be a non doer and watch your mind. 

Meditation - Frees you of the mind
In order to understand the approach and significance of Meditation, one must first understand what health signifies. Complete health is a symphony of both physical and mental well being. Considering physical health alone as one's sole purpose is the highest form of ignorance, for it is very temporary. At the first instance of any adverse situation, if you are not mentally strong to face it, you will readily fall prey to stress that comes along with it. 

Energise Yourself Each Morning
Morning is the best time for all meditative methods. It is the time when the whole existence is waking up and one can try different methods. It is the time when the whole existence is waking up and one can try different methods of meditation.
The moment you wake up, get connected with your being. And the best way to get connected is to become aware of your breath. Watch your breath coming in, going out. Watch it. Don't breathe, just watch. Passive watching. Listen to the soft and subtle sound of the movement of your breath hen, even all the physical health gained, will be lost. 

Meditation - a Stress Buster
Meditation serves as a medicine for stress and provides sound mental health.
Stress can create havoc in our lives as it can lead to mental and heart ailments. In order to deal with it scientifically and practically, we must first identify the various factors that cause stress.
"Stress is a mismanagement of time! When we spend too much time in the past or future, it steals away our lovely present moments. A preoccupied mind can never be at rest. Traveling into the past or future can help us learn from past mistakes or set goals and visions for the future. But if we make the past or future our permanent home the problem begins!  

Concentration - Dhayana
According to the renowned German scholar Max Mueller, the study of mental states is unique to India. He also opined that ekagrata or one-point endless that India spoke of was unknown, and to a large extent, incomprehensible to the Western world. And this viewpoint holds true even today.
Dhayana or meditation is a state of concentration or mental activity in which the mind can stay focused on an object chosen for concentration without wavering and without getting distracted. When we are engaged in an activity, which will increase our attention span on `our chosen object of concentration' then we are trying to generate a meditative experience by improving our concentration or attention span. 

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