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10 January 2015
On 10 January 2015 Gabrielle Bernstein Blog reported:
Gabrielle Bernstein, a New York Times best-selling author, describes her happy introduction to the Transcendental Meditation technique and explains why she recommends it to everyone. She includes a short video interview with TM teacher Bob Roth, Executive Director of the David Lynch Foundation, who facilitated her instruction.
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After attending the four-day course of instruction in Transcendental Meditation, Ms Bernstein invited Bob Roth, executive director of the David Lynch Foundation for a short interview. The David Lynch Foundation has been dedicated to bringing TM to at-risk people since 2005.
Visit Ms Bernstein's web page and watch the video with Bob Roth
Ms Bernsteirn cites several studies of the well-researched benefits of regular practise of TM including a study published in the journal Circulation, finding that TM lowers blood pressure and the risk of heart attack and stroke.
Read more about the book recommended by Ms Bernstein, Transcendence by Dr Norman Rosenthal
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