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Transcendental Meditation promotes increased creativity, through 'restful alertness'
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27 November 2009
Scientific research conducted on Transcendental Meditation has shown that this technique produces a unique state of restful alertness, along with increased brainwave coherence and increased use of brain reserves—leading to greater creativity, broader comprehension, and improved ability to focus. Individuals from all walks of life in countries around the world experience these benefits.
'The Transcendental Meditation Technique is a simple, effortless way to ''dive within'', to experience an ocean of pure consciousness, pure creativity, pure knowingness. It's a unique experience but also very familiar—it is your own Self,' said Dr David Lynch, filmmaker and chair of the David Lynch
Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace.
Featured on the TM.org website for Transcendental Meditation, are comments about creativity from Sarah Vigmostad, from Redmond, Washington. She says that 'as an engineering professor, creativity is a key component. I find that with Transcendental Meditation, my mind is able to draw from a greater pool of creativity to come up with lively lectures. My research benefits from my increased creativity and I approach solutions from different perspectives.'
Anila Cunningham, from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, says that 'after meditating I feel as though there is a significant increase in clarity in my mind. Before meditating my thoughts might have been fuzzy or unclear; however, afterwards there is an overall fluidity in my thinking. Things that might have been troubling me before become unclouded.'
Rosita Zucker, from Los Angeles, California, USA, says that 'Transcendental Meditation has generated such inner bliss in my life. It has sweetened my relationships, and as a professional artist, has infused my work with brighter colors and greater liveliness. I work faster and with more clarity since starting TM.'
From Ning Bow, China, Lulu Jia says that Transcendental Meditation really provides her with an opportunity to think in a more creative way. 'It's like a light which guides me from rivers to a huge ocean.'
To view a video of Dr David Lynch speaking about creativity, filmmaking, and Transcendental Meditation, please visit www.TM.org.
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