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April 19, 2010


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Once a daily meditation practice has been established, it is possible to enter alpha level (light meditation levels of the brain) at will, through breathing techniques or just intention.
For those who practice in this way, benefits of meditation are at work at all times, and how long one actually sits in meditation would be irrelevant.

Markus Finz

One thing i have found out, that regular exercises will help you to improve your concentration.Or like latins say: Mens sana in corpore sano. A sound mind in a sound body.

Danny DeMichele Entrepreneur

I used Meditation Candle light Yoga the night before an exam and it's improved my posture, concentration, my general attitude, and it's also made me a lot less tired.

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