From a clinical study of twenty-seven long term __________, Shapiro found that subjects reported significantly more positive effects than negative from __________. However, of the twenty-seven subjects, seventeen (62.9%) reported at least one adverse effect, and two (7.4%) suffered profound adverse effects. Among these we find: relaxation-induced anxiety and panic; paradoxical increases in tension; less motivation in life; boredom; pain; impaired reality testing; confusion and disorientation; feeling ‘spaced out’; depression; increased negativity; being more judgmental; and, ironically, feeling addicted to __________.
The blank? Meditation. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Research_on_meditation#cite_note-49.