You are bored and you come to rest
Most of us are in a state of constant tension and expectation. And so we rush through the day: From the bed to the Breakfast table (if any), from meeting to meeting, person to person, from Hobby to Hobby, and at the end of the day, even from TV show to TV show. Where is the boredom you would like to ask? What does not mean different, as a time that is not scheduled and you know at the beginning of may still nothing to begin with. It just sits there, looking out of the window, do nothing, let the thoughts and feelings easily and takes you quite deliberately, true.
If you are not accustomed to, can do at least as much fear, as a day is full of deadlines and to cope. A can but the idleness – not for hours, but for a couple of minutes per day – can be the reward of relaxation and a free mind. Because the mind needs time to time a Pause, in which he can draw new strength. And the challenge of our time is not to our powers of the Mind are always more effective, faster, and more pragmatic, but to find ways to regenerate spent energy and creativity.
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Mental Training through Meditation
Nothing seems to be harder and harder to keep as the head of thoughts. In any case, for people, the forms with a meditative Relaxation experience. When you Meditate according to Buddhist thinking, but it’s not that we no longer even think. The focus is, rather, that it is his concentrated attention for a certain period of time on a selected object and not of other thoughts distract you.
Not an easy mental Exercise to calm the thoughts and to get tranquility and peace. But it is also a means to train the mental abilities. Because, as the Dalai Lama, one can assume that the mind learns through meditative Exercises to improve skills such as attention, logical Thinking and imagination.
A proof that Meditation is even a to the brain the effect of mind-training, was now a team of researchers from the University of Yale, of the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. By magnetic resonance imaging, it could show that people who meditate regularly have more gray matter in certain regions of the cerebral cortex. The structural changes were found in the brain areas that are important for sensory, cognitive and emotional processes. The scientists studied 20 adults who were training intensively in Buddhist Meditation, and although on average about 40 minutes a day.