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Please find below some research papers about our meditation that explain how our meditation can affect our lives.
Research Findings: The Effects Of This Meditation On Self-esteem And Adaptability To School Environment
The effects of this meditation on elementary school children’s self-esteem and adaptability to school environment.
Researchers Yangkyung Yu (Professor, School of Nursing, Kunsan University) Minjung Lee (Instructor, Gimhae Nungdong Elementary School) Research aim The research is to identify the effects of this meditation programme on elementary school children’s self-esteem […]
Research Findings: Report On The Brainwave Test And The Bio-signal Test Analysis After This Meditation
Report on the brainwave test and the bio-signal test analysis after this meditation.
Researchers Duk-ju Lee(KAIST, professor) Sung-min Kim, Jin-young Song, Ki-young Jung Dept. of Neurology, Korea University Medical Center,Korea University College of MedicineKU Computational Neuroscience Research Lab (http://eeg.re.kr). Research Participants 17 pupils, 17 teachers.
Research Findings: The Effects Of Meditation On Adult Mental Health
The effects of this meditation on adult mental health.
Researchers: Mi-ra Yoon (the Department of Nursing Science, Seoul University) Yang-kyung Yu (Professor, School of Nursing, Kunsan University) En-hee Choi (Researcher, the graduate school of public health, Catholic University of Korea) Kyung-ah Kim (Doctor, comparison family medicine).
Meditation Benefits : Stress relief
Through this meditation, we have shown above that many results can be achieved.
However, the most important benefit meditation offers is to recover our true self. When that happens, true happiness awaits.
Report on the brainwave test and the bio-signal test analysis after this meditation
Duk-ju Lee(KAIST, professor) Sung-min Kim, Jin-young Song, Ki-young Jung Dept. of Neurology, Korea University Medical Center,Korea University College of MedicineKU Computational Neuroscience Research Lab (http://eeg.re.kr)
17 youths, 17 teachers
After conducting the brainwave test and the bio-signal test before and after this meditation, the research showed a decreased level of alpha power in both two groups. This outcome was estimated as a reflection of an increased level of attention due to the effects of this meditation.
After Meditation, Alpha 2 power decreased mostly from the back part of brain.
After Meditation, Alpha 2 power decreased mostly from the back part of brain.
Self-esteem is an individual’s subjective evaluation of their own worth. Self-esteem encompasses beliefs about oneself (for example, “I am unloved”, “I am worthy”) as well as emotional states, such as triumph, despair, pride, and shame. Smith and Mackie (2007) defined it by saying “The self-concept is what we think about the self; self-esteem, is the positive or negative evaluations of the self, as in how we feel about it.
The concept of self-confidence is commonly used as self-assurance in one’s personal judgment, ability, power, etc. One’s self confidence increases from experiences of having satisfactorily completed particular activities. It is a positive belief that in the future one can generally accomplish what one wishes to do.
Self-confidence is not the same as self-esteem, which is an evaluation of one’s own worth, whereas self-confidence is more specifically trust in one’s ability to achieve some goal, which one meta-analysis suggested is similar to generalization of self-efficacy. Abraham Maslow and many others after him have emphasized the need to distinguish between self-confidence as a generalized personality characteristic, and self-confidence with respect to a specific task, ability or challenge (i.e. self-efficacy).
Concept of two words looks similar. But, there is slight difference between both of words. the former means emotional thing and the latter means more like ability things. so, how meditation can help people to have great self-esteem and self-confidence?
Effects of meditation for self-esteem and self-confidence
Meditation for self-esteem
What is the cause of low self-esteem? It is having a negative mind for himself. until now, we have been through many things. and in the process, we made a variety of thoughts and minds. tiredness, helplessness, hate, sadness, inferiority, regret, anxiety, worry, anger.. many negative thoughts and minds… all those things made us have low self-esteem.
meditation is discarding our minds and thoughts. by eliminating our negative thoughts, we can let go of all the thoughts and minds that makes us regard ourselves as useless, inferior..
If we have no negative minds about us, our Self-esteem must increase.
Meditation for self-confidence
What is the cause of low self-confidence? It is having enormous thoughts not only negative minds. of course, negative minds prevent us from having the ability to solve the problems. but not only negative thoughts, but also all the thoughts make human stay in their own head. and it connect to do nothing in action that make less ability. then it brings up low self-confidence.
To make high self-confidence, we have to let go of all the thoughts which is not important now in our head. and we can only do what we need to do in the present situation, which is most important thing in our life. and meditation is the key for that life.
Research about effects of meditation for self-esteem and adaptability
Here is the research about effects of meditation for self-esteem and adaptability in some environment. You can see how meditation can help for our self-esteem and adaptability.
The effects of this meditation on elementary school children’s self-esteem and adaptability to school environment
Yangkyung Yu (Professor, School of Nursing, Kunsan University) Minjung Lee (Instructor, Gimhae Nungdong Elementary School)
The research is to identify the effects of this meditation programme on elementary school children’s self-esteem and their adaptabilities to their school environment.
Research participants and research duration
50 elementary school children in their third year Between March 2012 to July 2012(twice per week, thirty minutes per session, 15 weeks in total).
At an elementary school located in K city of South Korea, 25 students who were in their 3rd year who wished to participate the experiment and whose parents also consented to their children’s participation attended this meditation session instructed by their teacher, who was a qualified meditation instructor. Another class of 25 students in their 3rd year who did not attend this meditation session was selected as the control group.
The result demonstrated an increased level of self-esteem and an increased level of adaptability to the school environment amongst the students who attended this meditation sessions. It also showed that a higher level of self-esteem resulted in a higher level of adaptability to the school environment.
a comparison on the level of adaptability to school environment before and after this meditation
a comparison on the level of self-esteem before and after this meditation
Mental health is the level of psychological well-being or an absence of mental illness. It is the state of someone who is “functioning at a satisfactory level of emotional and behavioral adjustment”. From the perspectives of positive psychology or of holism, mental health may include an individual’s ability to enjoy life and to create a balance between life activities and efforts to achieve psychological resilience.
Many famous people leave quotes about mental health. Lady gaga said “Individual acts of bravery and compassion can change the world. It is time to do the same for mental health.” as she said, it is the time for us to change our mind for our mental health. but how to change our mind? until now, it has been hard for human to find the best way to establish great mental health. we thought that traveling, making relationships, drinking, getting hobbies, sports would be a good way to improve mental health. but, these stuffs cannot always solve our mental problem, some stuffs make it even worse. and some mental quotes said we have to accept our mind deeply and honestly. but how we can face our real mind? we don’t even know how to take our mind deeply and honestly. so, what are we going to do?
Meditation is the key solution
Meditation is the key solution for our mental health. doing meditation, we can concentrate on only our inside and can face the real minds we have in ourselves. when we confront our deep and strong negative minds sincerely, we can accept our inside minds. then from that situation, we can let go of our minds which make us anxious, nervous, sad, depressed, angry, overthinking. and we can find real happiness in our mind.
Research about meditation effect
Here is research about effects of our meditation for our mental health. you can see that meditation is the good way to make great mental health.
The effects of this meditation on adult mental health
Mi-ra Yoon (the Department of Nursing Science, Seoul University)
Yang-kyung Yu (Professor, School of Nursing, Kunsan University)
En-hee Choi (Researcher, the graduate school of public health, Catholic University of Korea)
Kyung-ah Kim (Doctor, comparison family medicine)
The purpose of the research is to identify the effects of this meditation on the mental health of the adults who suffer from psychiatric disorders. The research was conducted between July 2011 to September 2012, in the form of surveying psychiatric patients after attending the special meditation sessions. These sessions are specially designed to tailor the needs of the individual adults with psychiatric disorders
Amongst the participants, 88.3% of them replied that this meditation improved their mental health, 44.1% stopped taking psychiatric medication after experiencing positive improvements on their mental health, and 38.2% reduced their psychiatric medication intake. This research demonstrates that this meditation can bring about significant positive improvements on mental health by eliminating the root cause of minds that create depression, anger, anxiety and many other negative sentiments. This achievement is meaningful especially considering that the dramatic improvements brought by this meditation on the psychiatric patients’ mental health can dispense their needs to rely on psychiatric drugs. Today, where mental health issues have become the most serious pain that society suffers, an effective programme that provides healing of the mind is needed more than ever before. This research strongly recommends that a good healing programme like this meditation should be actively sought by various sectors in society to overcome this challenge.
Mental Health Europe
Nowadays, in many European countries, Human Mental Health have been a enormous topic to everyone. many people start thinking that Mental Health is the most important thing in their life. under such influence, in many societies, ‘Mental Health Day’ Campaign have been in fashioned. people see the importance of taking a rest for their mental health. and many companies begin to think that mental health of their employee affects effectiveness of their production.