How Meditation Works
Neurons within our brain communicate with each other and form connections that enable us to feel emotions, move, and think.
The brain has the ability to form new neural connections, produce new brain cells, and sculpt existing connections to
be more efficient.
Think of these neural connections like hiking trails. The more traffic on the trail, the more established they become. The more a neural connection is used, the stronger its corresponding function in the brain becomes.
This is true for positive, negative, and neutral behaviors, thoughts and emotions. We're here to help you cut out the negative ones and strengthen the positive.
Our goal at Sit is to encourage you to start hiking a different "trail" through the use of meditation