Meditation could help students get better grades – study

For a few years now I’ve believed that if meditation can help us achieve better mental clarity, improved moods and a host of other positive outcomes, then it should also help children and adult students to achieve better results.  It seems I was on the right path because Huffington Post have posted an article about a study conducted by George Mason University and University of Illinois, and published in the journal Mindfulness, which reveals improved grades have been achieved by students who meditated before a lecture.

So if you’re feeling anxious about up-coming exams or your kids have tests at school, perhaps get them to some meditation classes and watch those grades rise.


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  1. The mindfulness in education network connects teachers, administrators and researchers who practice meditation and other mindfulness techniques themselves, and with their classrooms (

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