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'Maybe we should be more self-critical about how much we work. Working less may make us more productive. And, as Russell argued, working less will guarantee “happiness and joy of life, instead of frayed nerves, weariness, and dyspepsia".'

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Physiological Changes in Yoga Meditation | Meditation Blog on Speakingtree.in

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Elson, Barry D., Peter Hauri, and David Cunis. 1977.Physiological changes in Yoga meditation. Psycho..

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American Institute Health Care Professionals's curator insight, October 1, 2013 1:21 PM

#yogameditation #meditatingduringyoga #meditationblog #yogaandmeditate Yoga is a perfect time to also meditate.

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Treating Addiction through Yoga: Junkies Turned Ashtangis in India. ~ Katinka Sætersdal Remøe

Treating Addiction through Yoga: Junkies Turned Ashtangis in India. ~ Katinka Sætersdal Remøe | It's a yogi life, sometimes | Scoop.it
Eight longtime drug addicts who currently participate in Alexander Medin's pilot project Back in the Ring which focuses on how yoga can be used in drug addiction recovery.
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Study: Short Yoga Sessions Boost Brain Power

Study: Short Yoga Sessions Boost Brain Power | It's a yogi life, sometimes | Scoop.it

"In the study published in the Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 30 college students were asked to complete two cognitive exercises that involved identifying shapes on a computer screen. The first time through, the participants conducted the experiment without working out beforehand; the second time, they walked or jogged on a treadmill for 20 minutes before doing the exercise; and the third time they preceded the exercise with a 20-minute hatha yoga session that included yoga poses, seated meditation, and deep breathing.

 

Researchers found that yoga outperformed both aerobic exercise and no exercise when it came to keeping the students sharp.

 

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Salvador Salvador's curator insight, August 23, 2014 6:11 AM

A single 20-minute bout of yoga improves focus and helps process information faster and more accurately.