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Touring brain scientist shows power of meditation
by Dominique Herman
The Cape Town Times Translate This Article
12 November 2006
On 12 November 2006 The Cape Town Times reported:
A brain researcher showed Cape Town businessmen how they can get their brains 'online' with the result of 'more orderly' thinking through the use of Transcendental Meditation (TM), which would increase their creativity, inner mental stability, and moral reasoning.
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The Cape Town Times reported that international neuroscientist Alarik Arenander demonstrated 'how the practice of TM makes the brainwaves more elongated (creating more amplitude), less wildly jagged in form and uniform with waves from other parts of the brain.'
Arenander demonstrated this in front of Cape Town businessmen through the use of an electroencephalogram device connected to a person practising meditation.
The neuroscientist told the audience that,'Putting in a certain kind of experience into your brain will change your brain' to 'become more of who you are', the Cape Town Times reported.
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