The Science of Meditation

Through the wisdom of written and oral history from sages, practitioners worldwide, and our personal practices, we have seen that meditation is a tool to filter the way we see and respond to people and life events. As a result, we see things a bit clearer, as they really are, rather than how we want or wish them to be. In doing so, we are closer to truth, to reality, to what is.

Below is just the tip of the iceberg of scientific research supporting meditation’s effects on our health. Download a complimentary deep dive into the latest scientific information that supports the practice of meditation. There’s a lot there, so get ready to be inspired (and read)! For those who want a briefer overview, the links below will connect you to what the media is broadcasting about meditation:

TED talk about the effects of meditation on the brain


Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished. — Lao Tzu