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Transcendental Meditation helps dissolve negativity, renowned psychiatrist says
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2 July 2011
Dr Norman Rosenthal delivers the 2011 commencement address at Maharishi University of Management
The Transcendental Meditation Programme supports increased happiness and helps naturally dissolve stress and negativity.
Renowned psychiatrist and bestselling author Dr Norman Rosenthal highlighted these benefits of the programme in his commencement address at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa, USA.
'Don't hold grudges,' he said. 'Holding onto grudges is such a burden.'
This was the fourth of seven 'pearls of wisdom' presented in his address.* 'Maharishi Mahesh Yogi once gave the same advice to the people working with him. Don't hold grudges, he said. They create fire in the heart.
'Bottom line: Grudges do you no good, so do all you can to get rid of them.
'Once again, meditation will help,' Dr Rosenthal said.
Describing his own experience with the Transcendental Meditation Programme, he said, 'when I transcend I feel so full of good feelings that it is impossible for the resentment to take hold. It just seems to dissolve, to evaporate.'
*Please see Part I ,Part II, Part III, Part IV, and Part V of this article.
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