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The answer to happiness lies within us
by Barry Egan
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23 October 2011
On 23 October 2011 Independent.ie reported:
'If there ever was a time that Ireland needed a little spirituality it is surely now,' writes Barry Egan. 'Many people are searching for a more meaningful existence . . . . Transcendental Meditation Ireland will try to answer the need for something deeper in a country and a people shaken by recession with the public launch of the new TM website' - www.tm-ireland.org.
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In the grips of the recession some Transcendental Meditation can help
'It's obvious that many people in Ireland have become very disillusioned with life,' Dublin Transcendental Meditation teacher Noel O'Neill is quoted in the article as saying. 'Even the people who are not financially crippled are facing ever increasing levels of stress. TM is becoming increasingly recognised as a means of dealing with these stressful situations. When we practise TM we become aware of an inner aspect of our lives, a silent level of our minds which is untouched by the chaos going on around us. We discover a sense of happiness which is dependent on nothing else but ourselves, we become more self-reliant and don't let our situation overwhelm us.'
The new Transcendental Meditation website, launched last week in Dublin, features up-to-date scientific research on Transcendental Meditation; Dr Norman Rosenthal's new bestselling book: Transcendence: Healing and Transformation through Transcendental Meditation; as well as endorsements by David Lynch, Paul McCartney, Clint Eastwood, and Jerry Seinfeld, and well-known Irish meditators including Dr Donn Brennan.
Dr Alan Moran of Drogheda was impressed by health improvements he saw in people, including decreased blood pressure, better sleep, and 'an overall feeling of calmness and wellness', Mr Egan writes.
'People ask if I do TM,' Dr Moran is quoted in the article. 'I say it's a bit like a stockbroker who comes across a fund which is doing really well, is stable, and has a long history of doing well and paying dividends to those who are part of it. Would that stockbroker then buy shares in that fund?'
For more information about the Transcendental Meditation Programme in Ireland, visit: www.tm-ireland.org.
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