How We Present
Invest in Rest
by Aditi Shrivastava
The Economic Times (India) Translate This Article
7 November 2018
On 7 November 2018 The Economic Times (India) reported: Our mind is busy with a whirlwind of things . . . every day, all day! 'The human brain is the best blessing of the Creator,' Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of Transcendental Meditation, once said in a lecture. . . .
[Author Aditi Shrivastava continues:] Keeping the brain well rested and, thus, alive, creative and capable is imperative to maintain the growing pace of multifaceted progress in human life.
Taking a nap, indulging in music or an outing can take our minds off tensions for some time, but can't provide sufficient rest to our overworked thinker, stressed to the core. There is scientific evidence to prove that the rest that we get in 20 minutes of Transcendental Meditation, for instance, is even deeper than deep sleep. It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the fields of health and business.
Transcendental Meditation is a simple and effective meditation technique to calm the mind by giving it rest, gain mental peace, harmonise brain function and get it ready for more action.
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