Meditation On Renunciation

March 21, 2017 Sean Fargo min read

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Mark Coleman leads a Meditation on Renunciation. It’s a form of deprivation, like letting go of indifference to ourselves, to our pain, to our body.

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The effects of meditation on stress are profound. We often here it talked about: friends or family members proclaiming how beneficial mindfulness and meditation have been on their wellbeing. In fact, we ourselves have likely experienced this if we are turning to scripts to help others.

But on top of the personal claims regarding the benefits of meditation, science supports the findings. One of the most well-known and well-studied forms of meditation is aptly named Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, or MBSR. Developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn in the late 70s, MBSR is a useful tool for those experiencing anxiety, depression, fatigue, general stress, and much more.

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