Meditation optimizes the functioning of the brain
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin discovered in a study with Tibetan monks that a trained through meditation brain works differently than the untrained. Has worked with the Tibetan Buddhist meditation on unconditional compassion. Richard Davidson, a neurologist at the Institute for Functional Brain Imaging at the University of Wisconsin believes that the results can glimpse a hitherto unimagined potential of the human brain. The study found, among other things following results:
People with a long meditation practice during meditation show a higher frequency of gamma waves (gamma waves are brain waves associated with higher mental activity, higher concentration and learning are brought together)
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