January 2nd, 2018 – In 2011, a United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime survey concluded that the U.S. contains only 5% of the world’s population and consumes 75% of the world’s prescription drugs. However, a new method has emerged as an alternative to the traditional route of treating a wide spectrum of conditions with prescription medication. Recent scientific studies have shed light on the effects of meditation on brain activity, and, more specifically, on its efficacy in helping treat the extremely prevalent condition ADD/ADHD. Mr. Forrest Neal, bestselling author, speaker, and volunteer meditation coach, at The Meditation Center of Alabama (MCA), authored The Power of Meditation: Beginners Techniques for Higher Levels of Energy, Focus, and Creativity, sharing useful techniques that anyone can apply to make the most out of what he believes is a highly beneficial practice.
Mr. Neal said “Meditation is a highly beneficial exercise that we can benefit from in our daily lives. I was once dependent on prescription drugs to function in modern society but meditation supported me and eventually replaced my prescription drug use altogether. Measurements of my brain scans revealed that meditation is a highly effective treatment for my ADHD.”
“Since I’ve experienced the amazing benefits of meditation, I’ve been lecturing at universities, as well as presenting on live shows, to thousands of people, sharing information in my new book, The Power of Meditation for experiencing higher levels of energy, focus, and creativity!”
Reviewing The Power of Meditation, Mr. Emmitt Ingram, a lucky reader who got an advanced copy of the book, wrote “I would say this book is great for people getting started with meditation, because it’s both educational and motivational”, while another Amazon reviewer said “The Power of Meditation was very eye opening (…) this book has helped me to use meditation to strengthen my prayer and also find peace within myself.”
The Power of Meditation: Beginners Techniques for Higher Levels of Energy, Focus will be available for Kindle on amazon.com, starting January 1st, 2018.
To learn more about Mr. Forrest Neal, please visit: www.forrestneal.com