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Transcendental Meditation is tailor made for on-the-go millennials
by Ethan Jacobs
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31 March 2016
On 29 March 2016 Inverse.com reported: A specific form of meditation called Transcendental Meditation has experienced a resurgence in popularity in recent years, and it's probably because it's a product well-tailored to a younger market and headspace.
Not only does TM help our minds function more clearly and efficiently, but Sarah Anderson, a certified TM specialist and long-time teacher, says that studies have shown it has beneficial effects on the physiology, such as decreasing blood pressure. TM strengthens the inextricable link between body and mind: Someone who may have learned Transcendental Meditation to bring down their blood pressure may also notice they're spending more time on the weekends writing poetry.
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