Meditation


Meditation is perhaps the most important tool to develop our intellectual skills. It produces a wide range of effects on the mind, such as improved capacity to concentrate and increased clarity (clearness) of thinking, which, in turn, simplify decision-making. It also improves health and general well being, reducing anxiety (worry), stress, pain and depressive or obsessive thoughts. It is useful in clearing the mind at the end of the day, for relaxing and improving sleep.

It is not necessary to attempt to blank or suppress the mind (force the mind not to think negatively or not to think at all) in meditation. Instead of that the creation of positive thoughts is encouraged in such a way so as to tap (to use effectively) our natural power to think.

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