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"Close your eyes and bring your attention inward."Â
It is Kevin Holston's second lesson on how to meditate and already, the 46-year-old says he is feeling less stressed and more focused.Â Holston says meditation helps him to have some clarity of mind. He also says it gives him a little more patience.Â
What kevin and his classmates might not realize is that researchers have shown even simple meditation techniques can benefit the entire body.Â Relaxing your body actually will turn down your heart rate. It turns down your blood pressure.Â Psychiatrist Charles Raison says there are many different ways to practice meditation, but keeping your mind from wandering is one of the most difficult tricks.Â
"The experience of meditating, at least in my experience, can be extremely powerful and kind of revelatory about your internal state."Â
For that reason, he recommends taking a class and practicing.Â Over a period of time, you're able to focus and to look within for the peace and the quiet, no matter how stressful the moment is.Â
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