Benefits of Meditation

Meditation has been the subject of hundreds of scientific studies showing a wide range of benefits from regular practice. The deep rest achieved in meditation activates our body’s built-in healing intelligence to remove accumulated stresses and reset our system, resulting in numerous health benefits across the mind and body.

Health & Wellness

When we meditate regularly, we experience a reduction in stress, fatigue and anxiety. Sleep is improved and energy levels rise. The functions and systems in our body begin to normalize and regulate, improving our health across the board.

Commonly experienced benefits include the following:

  • Reduced stress, anxiety and fatigue

  • Better sleep, increased energy

  • Stronger immune system

  • Improved digestive issues

  • Normalization of blood pressure & cholesterol

  • Reduction in addictive behaviors & habits

  • Slower biological aging

Productivity & Creativity

Stress limits our ability to be creative, adaptive and dynamic. Meditation dissolves excess stress chemistry and improves neurological function, resulting in greater efficiency, productivity, and the ability to stay calm and creative in high-demand situations.

Commonly experienced benefits include the following:

  • Improved problem-solving and decision-making

  • Improved concentration, focus, and memory

  • Faster reaction times

  • Greater efficiency

  • Ability to stay calm in high-demand situations

  • Greater creativity and clarity of mind

Self & Relationships

We naturally become more confident, authentic versions of ourselves as accumulated stress leaves the body and negative thought-patterns rewire. We live with more joy and less fear, which leads to better relationships with ourselves and others.

Commonly experienced benefits include the following:

  • Greater sense of wellbeing and happiness

  • Greater confidence and sense of self-worth

  • Improved relationships


Vedic Meditation is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider regarding any medical condition.