Purpose of Meditation
According to researchers, a person’s day is mostly spent in a beta brain wave state. This is a state of awaking awareness, concentration, and logical thinking, which can be exhausting. When meditating, the brain produces alpha brain waves, a state of relaxation and nonarousal, and theta brain waves, a state of dreaming, creativity, and meditation. A regular practice of meditation can improve memory, promote relaxation, increase concentration, increase creativity, and boost energy levels.