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New Transcendental Meditation blog launched on TM.org
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8 April 2010
A new blog on the Transcendental Meditation Programme is dedicated to offering 'a lively hub of fresh insight on forward-looking topics. The new TM blog will cover such areas as meditation and Yoga, holistic health, sustainability, business, enlightenment, physics and more.'
Resident bloggers include Dr. John Hagelin, Dr. Bob Roth, Mario Orsatti, Dr. Craig Pearson, Dr. Fred Travis, Dr. Gary Kaplan, and Dr Carolyn King. TM.org blog will also have a host of guest bloggers—scientists, artists, celebrities and more, who practice the Transcendental Meditation Programme.
April's 'Video of the Month' includes the historic film of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi speaking at Lake Louise in Banff, Canada, in 1968.
Other special videos are available on this blog—including an interview with David Lynch, Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr about David's work with his foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace.
This week's 'Weekly Interview' features Father Len Dubi, a Christian priest and long-time practitioner of Transcendental Meditation, who speaks in a video about the effects of Transcendental Meditation, how it enriches his religious life and his role as a priest.
Two studies on the effects of Transcendental Meditation for depression, to be presented April 9 at the annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine in Seattle, Washington, USA, are featured in 'In the News'. Other research on Transcendental Meditation is also presented.
The blog states that it is 'a growing organism and feedback, support, comments, questions, insights, and ideas are genuinely welcome'.
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