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Research on Transcendental Meditation and diabetes presented at Canada conference
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16 March 2011
Research on the Transcendental Meditation Programme and its benefits for diabetes were recently presented at the 6th National Conference on Diabetes and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada.
Educator and researcher Carolyn King, PhD, presented the research to over 300 delegates.
'First Nations health professionals were there, heard her presentation, watched the slides, and were completely enthralled that the Transcendental Meditation Programme can offer such a significant solution to this terrible endemic diabetes,' said Dr Christopher Collrin, Director of First Nations Programmes for the Global Country of World Peace in Canada, reporting on 16 March.
The opening address for this session was given by the Assembly of First Nations Regional Chief from Manitoba Bill Traverse. He talked about the benefits of Transcendental Meditation and its promise for combating diabetes.
There was clear appreciation for the programmes of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi particularly in the field of health, Dr Collrin said.
Several of the delegates asked for presentations in their own communities. One representative from Ontario requested a presentation on Transcendental Meditation to her superiors, and she is now organizing a lecture for about 30 people.
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