Engaging in religious practice, even if you don’t believe, may increase your capacity to delay gratification

New research finds when non-believers engage in Buddhist practices, they experience an increase in their capacity for patience. In a five-part study, published the European Journal of Social Psychology, non-believers visited a Buddhist temple or chanted, then completed an assessment of self-control. Source: Engaging in religious practice, even if you don’t believe, may increase your capacity to delay gratification

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