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Meditation has a reputation for being a fab and hard to learn. Those two assumptions have been long proven wrong. Meditation is here to stay and it is not difficult to learn. From ancient practices to modern medicine there is almost a universal agreement; meditation changes physical elements in our brains and it is much more than just a relaxation technique.
Recent studies published in the Journal of Neuroscience showed that after 3 months of intensive meditation, the brain waves in the right frontal cortex, which is where stress is located, have decrease and the activity in the left frontal cortex, which is much calmer and happier, showed a dramatic increase.