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Daily health tip recommends Transcendental Meditation: Gannett News Service
by Global Good News staff writer
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27 March 2009
A recent daily 'health tip' recommending the practice of the Transcendental Meditation Programme for lowering blood pressure was circulated through Gannett News Service, one of the world's largest media companies and publisher of USA Today.
Dr Mario Orsatti, National Director of Communication for the Global Country of World Peace, reported the article on 24 March 2009. The health tip released by Gannett described Transcendental Meditation as a practice involving the use of a word known as a mantra, and said that the technique is 'not difficult', but 'best learned from a qualified instructor'. It referred to scientific research on Transcendental Meditation and blood pressure, and noted other benefits including 'improved sleep, less tension and stress, sharper memory, and more self confidence and inner calm'.
'That this was published by one of the nation's most mainstream news services is a sign of rising collective consciousness in the US,' remarked Dr Orsatti. He noted that more and more, people are beginning to recognize the uniqueness of Transcendental Meditation—a uniqueness stemming partly from the fact that it is taught systematically by qualified, certified teachers.
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