Category: Attention Meditation

What neuroscience has to say about Procrastination!

What does neuroscience have to say about procrastination? The act of putting off something that can be done now? Procrastination has been with us for thousands of years, but after the Industrial Revolution it seems to be more prevalent among us because the urban being can procrastinate much more than the agricultural being, the one […]

The Long and Necessary Path of Meditation

Meditation, contrary to what many people think, is not necessarily synonymous with emptying the mind, but an exercise in presence where attention to the breath is practiced (preferably) but also of every thought that invades the meditative act, which occurs with frequency even after many years of practice. There are different forms of meditation and […]