Meditation refers to a process by which an uncritical state of passive self-observation is reached. It is a state of consciousness in which thought is observed, but without thinking; the feeling, without getting involved in it; and any cognitive, sensory, emotional, physiological, or behavioral content, passively, only allowing it, without responding.
Meditation has been used as a technique by many people in the Eastern world and is increasingly being practiced in the West. It is, in fact, a process inherent to the human being, which allows physical and emotional regulation and which, in short, consists of learning not to think.
Meditation is also a procedure that allows the person to be at peace with himself and occasionally reach altered states of consciousness (positive), lowering the electroencephalographic rhythms to levels close to those of sleep, in waking states.
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