Transcendental Meditation and its benefits
Transcend means to ‘go beyond’. When the mind has gone beyond all activity, it becomes an experience of the inner Self, which is perfect peace, also known as Transcendental Consciousness.
Transcendental Meditation is the purest, simplest, and most effective form of meditation the world has known. It is the pure technique of transcending or settling and the most powerful state of awareness – one that is untainted by any mind control or thought process.
Transcendental Meditation (TM) is taught only in person by certified teachers.
Benefits of Transcendental Meditation
Extensive research has found that Transcendental Meditation reduces stress and anxiety resulting in more inner peace, creativity, health, success and happiness.
This one simple technique allows you to go beyond thinking and contact the deep, transcendental source of all your energy, creativity and intelligence, dissolving stress and enriching your mind, body, emotions and relationships.
Inner peace and happiness
Transcendental Meditation produces a coherent state of restful alertness – a state of true inner peace, for your mind and also your body. Think of it this way- deep within your mind is a peaceful field of pure consciousness, your own awareness that awakens to its own most settled state. This is exactly what Transcendental Meditation allows you to experience effortlessly. All you need to do is practice the exercise for 20 minutes twice a day while sitting comfortably with your eyes closed.
Transcendental Meditation eliminates the effects of stress internally as well as physiologically. When practiced regularly, this results in a more balanced outlook, where one experiences more energy and motivation and also a deeper appreciation of one’s surroundings.
The experience of restful alertness during Transcendental Meditation creates the optimum condition to unfold your full potential for maximum intelligence and creativity.
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