December 9


Time passes faster for meditators, leaves them unable to accurately judge time

By Peter Julian

December 9, 2019

A very interesting study has been active and has determined that people that meditate kind of lose their ability to realize how slow or fast time is moving. A recent study was done and the outcome was that all participants that meditated showed that they believed that time was moving must faster than it actually was. The researches believe that since meditation takes up so much concentration, the people who are meditating can not judge time accurately.

Key Takeaways:

  • Mindfulness in meditation can have unusual effects on people’s attitude and perceptions.
  • Mindfulness meditation can be effective in increasing happiness and reducing depression.
  • Mindfulness meditation also had an odd, distorting effect on people’s perception of events around them.

“Now, a new paper suggests that mindfulness meditation can also change the way you perceive time.”

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