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Brainwaves and daily life: What happens when you meditate?
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25 July 2011
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The article features a demonstration of EEG brainwave patterns during the practise of the Transcendental Meditation Technique, which illustrates the distinct physiological characteristics corresponding to the experience of transcendental consciousness, which research has found brings very real benefits for students.
'Experience changes the brain,' says eminent researcher Dr Fred Travis, director of the Center for Brain, Consciousness, and Cognition. 'You're adding the experience of silence, but it's not dull, it's not passive. There's a lot of vitality, there's wakefulness there—alertness.
'That brain state and that experience is integrated, in a very systematic, practical, real way in the ability to think and enjoy the world.'
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