We are living a hectic life. In most cases, you need to pay attention to many different tasks at the same time. Meditation is a countermeasure against this dispersion. When we practice, we train our minds to recognize one thing at a time. As a result, you will be more focused. Thanks to meditation practice, we can focus on the moment and stay focused over time.
Studies have confirmed that frequent meditators’ brain function changes better. Meditators are less likely to be at the mercy of distractions and unruly minds than those who do not meditate. There are many different meditation techniques to focus on. If you are looking to sharpen your attention, you can choose what you like.
Intensive meditation practices are three main types of meditation practices:
- guided consciousness.
Intensive meditation aims to develop a single focus on the object: images, breathing, candle flames, or words or phrases. Continuous attention to this object sets the ability to stay calm, focus, and touch down.