jmrsss this looks like witzy!!
Each year, meditation becomes more of a trend. Celebrities like Jerry Seinfeld and Goldie Hawn, businessmen like Bill George of Goldman Sachs and Exxon Mobil, and News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch, have publicly discussed practicing it. Techies and others in the corporate world have begun using mindfulness, a type of meditation, to combat the stress and overstimulation of their jobs. Even the Marines have used it to “improve mental performance under the stress and strain from war.”
At the same time, more and more studies are showing direct links between meditation and health benefits. A study led by researchers at John Hopkins found that just eight weeks of meditation training was as effective as medication in treating depression, anxiety, and pain. At Harvard, scientists using neuro-imaging technology showed how meditation positively affected the genes and brain activity of the chronically stressed, a condition that the Benson-Henry Institute reports is related to more than 60 percent of all doctor’s visits.
Schools have also begun experimenting with the practice and discovering that its techniques can help its students.
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I’ve been saying this for years!
hilarious. I can’t tell you how many of the guys at work say this when I complain.
story of my life.
hahahaha sounds like me and Julia’s conversations, always.
well… all of these apply, but #3 really hits a nerve.
hilarious. was just thinking about this this weekend…
Is The Internet Making Us Dumb?
This is so accurately hilarious.
hahaha. condescending wonka gif…
Now make it sound like a harpsichord.