Concentrative or nondirective meditation? Which does science say works better?
Science2.0.com: Mindfulness. Zen. Meditation drumming. Chakra. Buddhist and transcendental meditation. It evokes eastern mystics and hip elites in California pretending to to leave their corporeal forms behind and achieve some higher state of being.
But what about poor stressed-out wretches that can’t afford to fly in big-name Yogis? What does the research say? Not much.
But researchers would like to change that – fMRI imaging can tell us very little about what is really happening, but it’s a start. The authors of a new paper on meditation say that different meditation techniques can actually be divided into two main groups.
One type is concentrative …