Meditation for Health Purposes conceptual and operational aspects


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1 : Meditation for Health Purposes: Conceptual and operational aspects Federal University of São Paulo - Brazil Department of Obstetrics Department of Psychobiology
2 : Meditation for Health Purposes: Conceptual and operational aspects
3 : Operational definition of meditation CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Brain Res Protoc, 2004
4 : Components of a meditation tecnique Specific technique (clearly defined) Self-induced state Use of “self-focus” skill (coined “anchor”) “Logic relaxation” Muscle relaxation (at some moment of the process) CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Brain Res Protoc, 2004
5 : Specific technique Components of a meditation tecnique CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Brain Res Protoc, 2004 A clearly defined tecnique is adequately taught to the apprentice.
6 : Self-induced state Components of a meditation tecnique CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Brain Res Protoc, 2004 The technique is self-applied by the individual him/herself, with no dependence of the instructor.
7 : Use of “self-focus” skill Components of a meditation tecnique CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Brain Res Protoc, 2004 A concentration (“positive anchor”) or a turning off (“negative anchor”) focus is used, in order to avoid the involvment in the stream of thoughts.
8 : “Logic relaxation” Components of a meditation tecnique CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Brain Res Protoc, 2004 Not “to intend” to analyzing, or judging, or creating any type of expectation regarding the process. Not to be involved in stream of thougts.
9 : Muscle relaxation Components of a meditation tecnique CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Brain Res Protoc, 2004 A state of psychophysical relaxation is installed. This feature can be monitored by muscle relaxation.
10 : Components of a meditation tecnique The “anchor” and the “logic relaxation” are the basic components of a meditation technique !...
11 : CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Brain Res Protoc, 2004
12 : The anchor and the prefrontal cortex CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Neuroquantology, 2007
13 : The anchor and the prefrontal cortex CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Neuroquantology, 2007 “...Can we expect that our prefrontal cortex (heavily involved with plans, expectations, working memory and attention) just stops working during meditation? Is there any proof for this expectation?...”
14 : “Keeping the anchor” requires attention and to “keep attention” requires activity of the prefrontal cortex. The anchor and the prefrontal cortex CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Neuroquantology, 2007
15 : The anchor and the prefrontal cortex CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Neuroquantology, 2007
16 : The “anchor” exercise appears to promote a transient prefrontal cortex deregulation, leading to the altered state of consciousness (see Dietrich, A. Conscious Cogn 2003;12:231-56). The anchor and the prefrontal cortex CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Neuroquantology, 2007
17 : The anchor and the prefrontal cortex CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE Neuroquantology, 2007
18 : Conceptual and operational aspects CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE In: De Lucca B. New York, Nova publishers, 2008
19 : Conceptual and operational aspects CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE In: De Lucca B. New York, Nova publishers, 2008
20 : Conceptual and operational aspects CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE In: De Lucca B. New York, Nova publishers, 2008
21 : Conceptual and operational aspects CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE In: De Lucca B. New York, Nova publishers, 2008
22 : Conceptual and operational aspects CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE In: De Lucca B. New York, Nova publishers, 2008
23 : Conceptual and operational aspects CARDOSO SOUZA, CAMANO, LEITE In: De Lucca B. New York, Nova publishers, 2008
24 : Roberto Cardoso MD, MSc, PhD rdcardoso@hotmail.com

 

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