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Meditation and the anxious brain

If you struggle with anxiety, it’s important that you understand what meditation does to the anxious brain.

There’s nothing spiritual at play - it’s simply a practical exercise that helps break the anxiety cycle by slowing down our hyperactive fight-or-flight response.

It’s not about sitting cross legged; it’s not about Buddhism; and it’s definitely not about trying to stop yourself thinking.


It’s about bringing a little more balance back to your busy anxious mind by training it not to be stuck in the past or future all the time.

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