Mediation of Thine Heart, Pt. 2. Cedric L. Berry. March of the Triumphant. Finding the Solution.
It may be because it activates the parasympathetic nervous system, which is responsible for a lower heart rate, improved blood flow, enhanced digestion and slower breathing, as opposed to the sympathetic nervous system, which stimulates the "fight-or-flight" response in humans. You'll need to be in a comfortable position so you can center your attention on a sound, your breath, an image, a mantra or an object. Dr. Dean Ornish, in his book, "Reversing Heart Disease," advocates starting with as little as five minutes, twice per day and working up to as long as 30 minutes for these two sessions.
Leonard L. (Len) Berry (born 1942) is a distinguished professor of marketing at Texas A&M University and a senior fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Berry is a past president of the American Marketing Association. He has studied service delivery in healthcare at the Mayo Clinic and in cancer care settings. Berry earned bachelor's and master's degrees at the University of Denver and a P. at Arizona State University
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