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- Article on Kirtan in this months Vogue! Now there's a turn up for the books! It says: " Studies have shown that it can lower heart rate and blood pressure and may even effect the release of melatonin, the hormone that aids sleep and healing responses. In a 2013 experiment, performed by researchers at UCLA on a group of dementia care-givers (a notoriously stressed cohort), it was shown that those who practiced Kirtan kriya (saa Tara baa mama, as it goes) for just 12 minutes a day for eight weeks had significantly lower inflammation responses than those who simply listened to relaxing music. In a study published 12 years earlier by Luciano Bernardo, professor of internal medicine at the University of Pavia in Italy, it was found that the rhythmic chanting employed while reciting the rosary helped synchronise cardiovascular rhythms. 'When you sit in a room chanting with other people, you are changing your biology'. So speaks Dr Alan Watkins, an honorary senior lecturer in neuroscience and psychological medicine at Imperial College London. He cites, as explanation, the ground breaking discovery made in 1665 by Dutch physicist Christian Huygens, who upon inventing the pendulum clock, noted how they always sweetly ended up ticking in time together, even when he deliberately pushed them out of sinc." (Article by Kate Gibb for British Vogue June 2017). #kirtanyoga #chanting #devotionalsinging #singing #voicemeditation #satsang #kirtan #britishvogue #junevogue #mantra #calm #sanskritmantra #mindfulness #heartopening
- Article on Kirtan in this months Vogue! Now there& #39;s a turn up for the books! It says: " Studies have shown that it can lower heart rate and blood pressure and may even effect the release of melatonin, the hormone that aids sleep and healing responses. In a 2013 experiment, performed by researchers at UCLA on a group of dementia care-givers (a notoriously stressed cohort), it was shown that those who practiced Kirtan kriya (saa Tara baa mama, as it goes) for just 12 minutes a day for eight weeks had significantly lower inflammation responses than those who simply listened to relaxing music. In a study published 12 years earlier by Luciano Bernardo, professor of internal medicine at the University of Pavia in Italy, it was found that the rhythmic chanting employed while reciting the rosary helped synchronise cardiovascular rhythms. & #39;When you sit in a room chanting with other people, you are changing your biology& #39; . So speaks Dr Alan Watkins, an honorary senior lecturer in neuroscience and psychological medicine at Imperial College London. He cites, as explanation, the ground breaking discovery made in 1665 by Dutch physicist Christian Huygens, who upon inventing the pendulum clock, noted how they always sweetly ended up ticking in time together, even when he deliberately pushed them out of sinc." (Article by Kate Gibb for British Vogue June 2017). #kirtanyoga #chanting #devotionalsinging #singing #voicemeditation #satsang #kirtan #britishvogue #junevogue #mantra #calm #sanskritmantra #mindfulness #heartopening
- Article on Kirtan in this months Vogue! Now there's a turn up for the books! It says: " Studies have shown that it can lower heart rate and blood pressure and may even effect the release of melatonin, the hormone that aids sleep and healing responses. In a 2013 experiment, performed by researchers at UCLA on a group of dementia care-givers (a notoriously stressed cohort), it was shown that those who practiced Kirtan kriya (saa Tara baa mama, as it goes) for just 12 minutes a day for eight weeks had significantly lower inflammation responses than those who simply listened to relaxing music. In a study published 12 years earlier by Luciano Bernardo, professor of internal medicine at the University of Pavia in Italy, it was found that the rhythmic chanting employed while reciting the rosary helped synchronise cardiovascular rhythms. 'When you sit in a room chanting with other people, you are changing your biology'. So speaks Dr Alan Watkins, an honorary senior lecturer in neuroscience and psychological medicine at Imperial College London. He cites, as explanation, the ground breaking discovery made in 1665 by Dutch physicist Christian Huygens, who upon inventing the pendulum clock, noted how they always sweetly ended up ticking in time together, even when he deliberately pushed them out of sinc." (Article by Kate Gibb for British Vogue June 2017). #kirtanyoga #chanting #devotionalsinging #singing #voicemeditation #satsang #kirtan #britishvogue #junevogue #mantra #calm #sanskritmantra #mindfulness #heartopening

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