Meditation: Why it’s more important than you think

Why does the past seem so infatuating?   Imagine a place. It can be anywhere. It can be within the empty residence of a loved one recently departed or at a seaside where you used to make sandc…

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2 thoughts on “Meditation: Why it’s more important than you think

  1. Hi David. Thanks so much for linking this particular entry of mine, It means so much as a writer to be validated in this kind way. I experience a lot of self doubt over the quality of my writing and it really makes me feel to know that someone out there thought it good enough to share on their own corner of the internet! Especially as I have been struggling with my mental health a lot recently!

    Thanks again, and I’ll be sure to read some of your own work! 🙂

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    1. No problem. Thanks for following. I thought this article had some very helpful information, especially since I’ve been wanting to develop a habit of daily meditation. I’m learning more and more that meditation affects the brain in ways that are helpful for people like us who are in recovery from depression. (I assume from your Avatar name we have that in common). God bless you in your path as He has me in mine.

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