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The missing link for family life
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21 November 2011
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The article features Sage Gallarano, who is in many ways an average teenager. At 15, she enjoys being with her friends and wishes she had more time to sleep. Unlike her friends, though, she spends time practicing the Transcendental Meditation technique each day.
''Before I started meditating, I found myself nodding off in my last class,'' she says. ''Now I feel a lot more rested. Last week I meditated in the car after school, before Tae Kwon Do practice, and it was the best workout ever. I had much more energy and focus.''
Sage likes to meditate with her dad, Michael, who also recently learned to meditate, and her mom, Jan. Already a close family, the three notice that they're getting along even better. ''We always laughed a lot and supported each other, but we could get angry or upset or whatever,'' says Michael. ''Now with TM we have the ability to pull back, to say 'I don't want to go down that road,' to make better choices.''
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