Meditation for Christians, Jews, Muslims, Atheists, Agnostics, and other non-Buddhists

I believe that one of the most common misconceptions holding back the widespread adoption of meditation into the western healthcare system is that meditation is seen, in some way, as a “religious” activity, or as a “Buddhist ritual” of some kind. ┬áIn truth, meditation (as it’s used today) is simply an exercise to strengthen the brain. Continue reading