Wellness

How Meditation And Art Helped This Soldier With Post-Traumatic Stress

NORTHFIELD, VT - NOVEMBER 26: Left to right, Freshman Corps of Cadet Recruits Lance Ostby, Rob Wetmore, Matt Miller, Aaron McDuffie, and Jeremy Ward practice mediation after afternoon classes. First year Norwich University Corps of Cadet Recruits in Platoon 12-4-3 train in Transcendental meditation as part of ongoing research sponsored by the David Lynch Foundation's Operation Warrior Wellness program. The goal of the Transcendental Mediation training is to prevent PTSD by providing coping tools before exposure to combat or stressful situations. The platoon meditates every day, in the morning and evening, for 20 minutes. (Photo by Kayana Szymczak for The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
NORTHFIELD, VT - NOVEMBER 26: Left to right, Freshman Corps of Cadet Recruits Lance Ostby, Rob Wetmore, Matt Miller, Aaron McDuffie, and Jeremy Ward practice mediation after afternoon classes. First year Norwich University Corps of Cadet Recruits in Platoon 12-4-3 train in Transcendental meditation as part of ongoing research sponsored by the David Lynch Foundation's Operation Warrior Wellness program. The goal of the Transcendental Mediation training is to prevent PTSD by providing coping tools before exposure to combat or stressful situations. The platoon meditates every day, in the morning and evening, for 20 minutes. (Photo by Kayana Szymczak for The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

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