Scientists have stated today memory loss begins to kick in from the early 40’s as opposed to what was previously thought as in the 60’s.

In our world of distraction it’s not surprising – memory loss is the first stage on the path to dementia.

A regular practice of Meditation engaged in correctly can not only prevent this but increase our memory and concentration.

In Buddhist Meditation they state that if your concentration is sharp enough through training you can see far into the past and the future as clearly as we remember yesterday.

My Grandparents are both in their late 80’s and have faculties in full working order – why?  They make an effort each day to keep their minds active and engaged…

Try to Meditate each day for a two weeks and see what effect it has on your mind, memory and concentration.

Written by Adam Dacey
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