Looking to turn your interest in meditation into a more regular and effective practice? Sometimes it takes some experienced insights to help you meditate more often and more deeply. Consider these nine tips from leading meditation experts today.
You may have heard anecdotally that meditation is good for you, but increasingly, studies are showing just how and why it’s so effective for the brain and overall health. From lowering stress and anxiety to boosting your grey matter and control over thoughts and emotions, meditation clearly offers many positive mental health effects. Review some of the recent research and check with your healthcare practitioner to find out if meditation is right for you.
In the busy whirl of our days, it can be a challenge for even the most experienced meditators to fit meditation in. But to reap the benefits of meditation, such as reduced stress, a calm mind and better health, regular practice is key. Try these proven tips to make meditation part of your daily routine.
Seize the day (or night). Many meditation experts advise walking up a bit earlier to meditate, or meditating at the end of your day. There are fewer distractions at these times and it’s ideal to begin and close the day on a tranquil note.
When neuroscientists study living human brains, their work usually involves a few dozen participants who visit a lab separately and must sit still for an hour or more. But a consumer technology innovation may have just opened the door to powerful new insights into how the brain works outside the lab, in real life social environments, in the home, at work, at school and at play.
Father’s Day is fast approaching. This year, equip dad with the perfect gift to indulge the golfer in him: Muse, the brain sensing headband.
By helping to improve mental focus and concentration, Muse is a sort of “secret weapon” that’ll help dad get his golf game to where he wants it to be. The best part? The positive effects stretch beyond the green, building focus on the fairway as well as on the job. Muse is a wonderful tool that those who have the interest can use to build and maintain a rewarding meditation practice. Learn more about how meditation can help dad improve his game by signing up for the Muse Golf Program