New neuroscience research helps explain our growing attraction to spiritual retreats

New neuroscience research helps explain our growing attraction to spiritual retreats

The All Creeds Chapel at the Sanctuary Cove in Marana, Ariz., sits below Safford Peak. The peak has been a draw for people for centuries and is a highlight of a visit to the spiritual retreat below. In the last few years, revenue for “wellness tourism,” which includes meditation and other spiritual retreats, increased by 14 percent, from $494.1 billion in 2013 to $563.2 billion in 2015.

New neuroscience research helps explain our growing attraction to spiritual retreats

The All Creeds Chapel at the Sanctuary Cove in Marana, Ariz., sits below Safford Peak. The peak has been a draw for people for centuries and is a highlight of a visit to the spiritual retreat below. In the last few years, revenue for “wellness tourism,” which includes meditation and other spiritual retreats, increased by 14 percent, from $494.1 billion in 2013 to $563.2 billion in 2015.
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