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How You Can Train Your Mind to do the Impossible

Hannah Kim

"A multitude of studies have linked meditation with both physical and mental health benefits, from reduced depression and anxiety to improved immune system functioning. And thanks to a line of research that looks at the brain power of of Buddhist monks -- who have devoted their lives to the practice of meditation, compassion and non-attachment -- we now know that the brain changes that result from years of mindfulness practices can be staggering."

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  • rstanenas

    Excellent Training. Solution Oriented with a balance similar to Indian Culture. Supported with creative ideas http://www.romualdas.org =ART & Entrepreneurism. When in boston I would see many people training with Eastern Arts in the common area parks.