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Transcendental Meditation benefits experienced regardless of reasons for learning
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28 June 2011
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The article features the experiences of Jane Lazzareschi, a travel agent who learned the Transcendental Meditation Technique in high school, and has been practising it for over 40 years.
'It just worked like turning on a light switch,' Jane says, referring to the effect that learning Transcendental Meditation had on her life. She was a high school student at the time, and was feeling that her 'whole self was like a teeter totter', when her father gave her a choice: she could learn to meditate or be grounded! 'I thought [learning the Transcendental Meditation Technique] would be the better route to go,' she recalls.
Looking back, Jane realizes that the benefits came irrespective of the fact that she didn't learn through her own initiative. 'For me it worked even if I didn't know about it, or care about it, or like it, or have friends who did it.' Reflecting further on her initial gains from the practice, she points out, 'When I started TM, I became more in balance. It gave me a lot of joy in life.'
Jane's experience is not uncommon. Meditators have found that regardless of why they learnt the Transcendental Meditation Technique, whether they thought it would work or not, or what effect they were desiring, the benefits spontaneously and naturally come. And the benefits, documented by extensive scientific research, cover all areas of life—mind, body, behaviour, and environment.
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