A recent study suggests that the first step to changing your mind is to change the way you think.

The new study, published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology, suggests that changing the way we think can actually be very beneficial for mental health.

Researchers from the University of California, Irvine, and the University at Buffalo, New York, examined the effects of meditation on mental health, particularly depression, and found that when people were meditating, they experienced less depression than when they were not meditating.

This was true regardless of whether they were suffering from depression or anxiety.

Researchers also found that the practice of meditation led to improvements in mood.

In a study published in December, researchers found that mindfulness meditation helped people who were depressed to feel better, even after six months of treatment.

They also found improvements in self-esteem and self-confidence.

Researchers say the research, conducted by neuroscientists from the U.S. Department of Defense’s Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience, is the first to look at the effect of meditation practice on depression and anxiety.

“Mindfulness meditation is a very powerful tool for dealing with depression and other mental health conditions, and we’ve been looking for ways to make it a reality,” said study co-author Daniel Kocher, a neuroscientist at the university’s Brain Imaging Center.

“This study adds a new dimension to the body of research on the effects meditation can have on mood.”

The researchers analyzed data from a large cohort of adults who completed a two-week, randomized clinical trial that was conducted in the U