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In the last installment of our series on spiritual psychology, we explore meditation and how it affects the brain and your mind, and how it facilitates your spiritual growth. We discuss:

  • What happens in the brain when you meditate
  • How meditation can help you think like a younger person
  • How to cultivate self-directed neuroplasticity to direct your mind and brain to function at optimal levels
  • How meditation can reduce anxiety and improve sleep
  • Meditation and self-realization

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The Transcendent Power of Meditation


Debra Maldonado  00:28 

Hello, welcome to another episode of Soul Sessions. I’m Debra Maldonado, here with the amazing Dr. Rob Maldonado, my partner in crime. We’re ready for another incredible episode, continuing our series on spiritual psychology. But before we begin, I’d love for you to click on this button here and subscribe to our channel. If you’re listening to this podcast on a podcast service, don’t forget to subscribe, so you don’t miss another episode. The title of this episode is The Transcendent Power of Meditation. I want that transcendent power. Can you tell us how we can get there?

Robert Maldonado  01:09

Let’s go back because we started with this idea of visualization. Visualization is a component of many meditations. Then we went into contemplation and framed it as the bridge between the ordinary state of consciousness and this deeper meditation, or the meditation practices we’re going to be talking about.

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  • Hanane Larabi says:

    im clinical psychologist and thérapeutique of Autist childrens and president of center and ssociation of Autist childrens and tresomia and leurning deficaulties, thank u so much because u give me this advices i will leurn with u to practicite it thanks the best doctors for ever

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