The Creative Mind

How can meditation and biofeedback help you?

See article: Meditation Technology for Emotional Health and Creativity

This clip is from a longer video in article with Ariel Garten about the Muse brain-sensing headband.

One review: writer Jess Barron notes:

"According to the American Psychological Association (APA)’s 2010 Stress in American survey nearly 70 percent of Americans experience physical and mental symptoms of stress, but only 37 percent think they are doing very well at managing stress.

"And then there’s distraction.

"A 2010 Harvard University study found that 46.9 percent of their waking hours thinking about something other than what they're doing, and this mind-wandering typically makes them unhappy.

"(Wait a second, what was I just typing? I have to update my Facebook status and check my Twitter @replies.)

"The Muse brain-sensing headband — created by 35-year-old psychotherapist and neuroconsultant Ariel Garten and her Toronto-based company called InteraXon, looks a little bit sci-fi cyborg, but it’s well-designed and fairly comfortable to wear.

"Most importantly, it was amazingly effective at helping me to focus and relax quickly and motivate me to use it to relax more often."


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