Can Apollo Make Meditation Easier?


Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh are completing a study of Apollo’s potential impact on meditation and mindfulness practices.

In a study of 50 healthy adults, 25 experienced meditators and 25 naive meditators are being exposed to guided mindfulness recordings with and without Apollo vibrations. The study is evaluating changes to electrical activity in the brain, as measured by electroencephalogram (EEG), during meditation with and without Apollo and comparing the meditators’ brains to the non-meditators’ brains. More on the study can be found here:

Dozens of case studies of Apollo used by experienced meditators have consistently shown that Apollo improved access to deeper meditative states more quickly.

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