WHAT SCIENCE SAYS
In mindfulness practice, we have found two main attentional mechanisms. The first one is centered on focused attention. The exercise consist to focus your attention to an object, usually the object is your breathing.
The second one is centered on open attention. The exercise consists of a observation of the mental flow but without any identification; as if you were a mental observer of your own ideas and feelings.
In the study of Moore et al., 2012, they demonstrate that regular and brief mindfulness meditation practice improves the capacity of self-regulation of attention. Meditation group perform better on the Stroop test task. Reaction time was better in the meditation group than in the control group. We hypothesized that working of sustained attention could improve inhibition of response.
HOW TO MEDITATE
- SEAT WITH THE BOTTON OF THE FOOT TOTALLY IN CONTACT WITH THE FLOUR.
- FOCUS ON TO…
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