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A great refresher for Vipassana practice. Personally I prefer audio with guided instructions, and this was just what I was looking for
Wow! I was able to follow-up till the end. Thank you.
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One of the best no bulls**t meditations! Thanks a lot!
This is probably the only genuine vipassna meditation available online, all other videos show anapanasati (breath meditation ) as vipassna ,which are misleading
What they're saying in the press
From reduced stress, improved sleep and better health to deeper concentration and greater memory, the benefits of meditation are being enjoyed by an estimated 355 million people around the world. Find out why in these articles:
The practice appears to have an amazing variety of neurological benefits – from changes in grey matter volume to reduced activity in the “me” centers of the brain to enhanced connectivity between brain regions.
Helped ease symptoms and improve quality of life in patients with irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease. Research has also linked meditation to improvements in people with chronic pain.
Improved the hippocampus (which focuses on learning and memory), insula (empathy) and prefrontal cortex (reasoning, planning). It also decreased the fireworks in the amygdala, which is connected to stress.