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Wildmind Meditation News

Aug 17, 2013

Happy in meditation

Emily Maddern, NewarkAdvocate.com: Kathy Wesley glows as she talks about meditation.

Meditation not only is a practice Wesley has dedicated her life to sharing with others, but one she considers to be life-changing in the most personal way.

“Meditation is the best thing that ever happened in my life,” she said. “It relieved my stress and it lifted this feeling of gloom that I’d had in my life for years. It was magical.”

The former Advocate reporter turned Buddhist lama has been helping Central Ohioans unlock their inner peace through meditation for more than 20 years.

Her journey began her senior year in college…

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Wildmind Meditation News

Oct 25, 2010

Study will see if calm mind can mean healthy body

A new study is under way at Emory testing the value of meditation in helping people cope with stress. The Compassion and Attention Longitudinal Meditation Study (CALM) will help scientists determine how people’s bodies, minds and hearts respond to stress, and which specific meditation practices are better at turning down those responses.

“Anything that affects the normal functioning and integrity of the body tends to activate a part of the immune system that’s called inflammation,” says Charles Raison, associate professor in Emory’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and principal investigator of the study.

“Inflammation includes processes that the immune system uses to deal with virus or bacteria, or anything foreign and dangerous,” says Raison, clinical director of the Emory Mind-Body Program. …