Can Meditation Ever Take Its Place?

By: Oliver Malkowski and Pooja Raghuram


More Science than Spirituality

Anywhere from 200 to 500 million people are estimated to practice meditation worldwide. However, many people are opposed to meditation for its spiritual reputation and believe it to be rather primitive. Yet, science confirms that those who meditate benefit more than just spiritually. Many of these benefits, such as increased productivity, decreased stress, and greater patience, are crucial for success in today’s chaotic world. It’s for these reasons that this centuries-old activity is more relevant, today than ever so before.


Just 10 Minutes of Your Time

Most people consider their lives to be far too busy to meditate as they believe it takes time out of their schedule to do essentially…. nothing. However, making meditation a habit and committing to it for a mere 10 to 15 minutes every day will begin to exhibit benefits before you know. All it even requires is a quiet place to sit and a floating mind ready for uninterrupted calm. Taking this first step requires great willpower, most definitely, but if you make meditation a habit it will be worth the effort.


The Best Gift to Give Yourself

We currently find ourselves in a world with countless distractions at our disposal, resulting in a lack of patience, positivity, focus, and productivity. Meditation is the cure for nearly all of our 21st-century problems, without costing a single penny. People believe their time is better spent stressing and planning and procrastinating, but sometimes taking a deep breath and focusing on yourself is the best strategy. Despite its simplistic nature, meditation could be the solution to many of your modern-day problems. So, are you in?

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