External factors can only be pleasurable as long as we are happy from the inside.
The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) in the US, has conducted studies to explore the impact of meditation on disorders like: Most of their research and reviews show that committing to a daily practice improves the overall quality of life, and has long-term benefits for staying emotionally and physically healthy.
Many scientists discarded and criticized this line of research, owing to its unconventional nature.
However, there is enough empirical evidence that indicates such allied aspects of human living that are touched by meditation.
If there is one thing common in all of us, it is the flaming urge to be happy and satisfied in life.
Whether a crying baby, an insecure teenager, or a responsible family person, we all seek something that would comfort us. Trinlay Rinpoche, an accomplished meditator and scholar, said that the real source of happiness lies in the clarity of thoughts.