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Norman E Rosenthal, M.D. - ''Transcendence''
by Mark Gordon
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6 June 2011
Norman E. Rosenthal, M.D. talks about his book ''Transcendence: Healing and Transformation Through Transcendental Meditation'' Tuesday June 7, 2011 at 7PM (PST) on the Los Angeles radio program ''Center Stage with Mark Gordon''. Listen 'live' on 88.9 FM and at www.kxlu.com.
''Transcendence: Healing and Transformation Through Transcendental Meditation'' is garnering superlative reviews from diverse quarters. Filmmaker David Lynch calls it, ''The best ever book on Transcendental Meditation: accessible and substantive, engaging and scientific, practical and profound. A very enjoyable read that can change your life, for good.'' Cardiac surgeon and media personality Mehmet Oz calls Transcendence ''a profoundly important book . . . incredibly valuable.'' Rosenthal's broad ranging book will appeal both to newcomers who want to know the basics about this ancient technique, and to seasoned meditators wishing to broaden their knowledge and deepen their understanding about it.
By presenting a mix of fascinating stories, high-caliber research and his own clinical experience, Rosenthal illustrates the value of TM in promoting cardiac health, reducing anxiety and depression, and helping people recover from drug and alcohol abuse. He devotes chapters to the benefits of TM for helping children in inner-city schools, as well as for rehabilitating people who are often left behind, such as prisoners and homeless men and women.
But Rosenthal emphasizes that TM can help even highly successful people to live fuller and richer lives. He illustrates this in interviews with celebrities such as Paul McCartney, Martin Scorsese, Russell Brand and Laura Dern, all of whom have practiced TM. Rosenthal's central point is that because TM changes the brain, it can help a vast array of different people to live longer and better lives, and achieve lifelong success.
(Click here for more about Dr Norman Rosenthal's new book, and to view a video about the David Lynch Foundation's programs to help at-risk schoolchildren overcome the effects of traumatic stress through Transcendental Meditation.)
About Dr. Norman Rosenthal
Dr. Rosenthal was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and attended the University of the Witwatersrand, where he obtained his medical degree with high honors. He moved to the United States and was resident and chief resident at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and the New York Psychiatric Institute. He conducted research at the National Institute of Mental Health for over 20 years. It was there that he led the team that described Seasonal Affective Disorder and pioneered the use of light therapy to treat it. ''My patients have inspired my research, and my research has inspired my writing.''
Dr. Rosenthal has maintained a private practice in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area for over thirty years, where he treats a wide variety of psychiatric problems using many forms of therapy. He was awarded the prestigious Anna Monika Foundation Research prize for his contribution to research in treating depression. He has been listed as one of the Best Doctors in America and as one of this country's top psychiatrists.
He is the author or co-author of over 200 professional articles and five popular books, including Transcendence, Winter Blues, The Emotional Revolution, St. John's Wort and How to Beat Jet Lag.
Dr. Rosenthal currently serves as medical director and CEO of Capital Clinical Research Associates in Rockville, Maryland, where he directs clinical trials in both pharmaceuticals and complementary and alternative medicine.
Dr. Rosenthal and his work have been widely covered in the popular media and he has appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, National Public Radio and many other forums.
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