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Why I Meditate
by Michael Braunstein
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25 October 2019
On 29 October 2019 The Reader (Nebraska, USA) reported: Transcendental Meditation has been studied more than any other technique and research statistics are plentiful. It's surprising that it's not covered under health insurance or Medicare. It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programs Maharishi has designed to bring fulfillment to the field of health.
[Health writer Michael Braunstein explains:] I've been doing TM daily since 1984, missing maybe a half-dozen days at most.... Have I experienced TM leading to amazing health benefits for me? I have experienced some examples.... But there is one overriding reason why I do TM every single day: It feels good.
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