Frontal Brain Coherence
increased use of brain reserves
increased creativity
broader comprehension and improved focus
increased self-development
increased calmness
increased strength of self-concept
decreased anxiety
decreased depression
deep rest
improved health in unversity students
reduced illness and medical expenditures
reduced high blood pressure
increased job satisfaction
improved job performance
reduced violent crime in dc
reduced war crimes
reduced crime
reduced crime, major cities
reduced violent crime
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Increased use of brain reserves    

During the Transcendental Meditation program, early (sensory) components of the brain’s response to somatosensory stimuli are more widely distributed across the cortex, indicating greater participation of the whole brain in the response to a stimulus. Reference: Human Physiology 25: 171–180, 1999.
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