Why You Should Meditate For No Reason
Charlie Ambler

Ours is a culture dominated by the ego’, but which is only one part of the larger “self’, that also includes our unconscious, childhood ‘programming’, the autonomic and limbic systems, and scores of neurotransmitters that affect our behavior without our even knowing it. So even just on a ‘practical’ level, meditation helps to calm the “ego” center enough, that it starts to make us more aware of all these other influences, which in turn makes all our thoughts and actions less ‘conflicted’ and operating more as ‘one’.

In strategic terms, think of the ego as your ‘command and control‘ center, with meditation filtering out the ‘static’ and ‘interference’.

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