Wildmind Meditation News
May 11, 2012
A new study from the University of Sydney is the latest to highlight possible links between meditation and improved mental and physical health.
Rsearchers surveyed 343 long-term Sahaja yoga meditation practitioners and compared their results to the general population.
“We found that the health and wellbeing profile of people who had meditated for at least two years was significantly higher in the majority of health and wellbeing categories when compared to the Australian population,” Sydney Morning Herald quoted research leader Dr Ramesh Manocha, from the university’s psychiatry discipline.
The study highlighted Sahaja yoga meditation as it focuses on achieving “mental silence”, the closest practice to the “log” definition which was found by the researchers in old texts.
Dr Manocha asserted that the study …