The Amygdala Hijack: How Meditation Can Help

practical mindfulness amygdala hijack
Science has shown that the brains of long-term meditators are actually wired to be less susceptible to an amygdala hijack.  THE AMYGDALA acts as the brain’s radar for threat. It constantly scans the input it’s receiving from the senses for signs of danger. If it perceives a threat, the amygdala circuitry triggers the flight-or-flight response. …


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