When we meditate, we dive into the depth of our being and then we come back out into relativity. That movement from one to the other, when done gradually and properly, is what integrates the relative aspect of our being with the Transcendental part. Taking a full five minutes to come out very slowly is extremely important because that is when the physiology integrates. If we resonate with that fine fabric at the depth of our being for 20 minutes while we meditate and then jump up and engage in activity, it can be very jarring. It breaks up the integration process. Oftentimes, the part of our being we are aware of comes back first. But we are interested in subtler aspects of our being which we may not be currently aware of. These subtler aspects of our being, critically important to our health and evolution, require a longer coming out time to be fully integrated. Taking five minutes to lie down and come out slowly is very important.