Mindfulness meditation and self-compassion practices have been shown to affect how the brain works and even its structure. People undertaking mindfulness and compassion training have shown increased activity in the area of the brain associated with positive emotion – the pre-frontal cortex – which is generally less active in people who are depressed. The evidence for different types of mindfulness is promising and research has grown in recent years.
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