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How Meditation Works in Your Brain

The connection between attention, awareness, and emotion

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Imagine your doctor told you they had a magic pill that would make you feel much better. It would improve your concentration and sleep, improve your relationships, and generally make you feel happier and more content throughout the inevitable stresses and strains of life. There would be no negative side effects…




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Eddie Pease

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