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Scientific creativity flourishes through Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation Programme
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3 April 2010
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Please click on the following link to read more about 'Scientific creativity flourishes through Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation Programme'. The article features an in-depth analysis by Dr John Fagan of the role of creativity in the sciences, as well as his cogent discussion of the vital contribution of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Transcendental Meditation Programme in promoting the growth of creativity.
Dr Fagan, a distinguished molecular biologist, explains, 'In science, the big ideas often blossom instantaneously in our minds, full-blown and unbidden. Even though we spend the bulk of our research time grinding out results through the trial-and-error of objective investigation, the breakthroughs originate as sudden intellectual dawnings, as great intuitive leaps.'
While the ability to systematically develop scientific creativity may have been lacking in past times, Dr Fagan points to Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation Programme as a scientifically validated tool. He says that he, as many scientists, specifically chose to learn Transcendental Meditation 'because it's the one meditation technology that has been thoroughly researched'. Moreover, he explains, by allowing the mind to transcend thought, Transcendental Meditation gives the individual the experience of pure consciousness, that level of pure intelligence from where intuition arises and great insights are inspired. The ability to make the intuitive leaps that result in breakthroughs are naturally nourished through this simple practice. The technique is so easy, Dr Fagan says, 'that even ten-year-olds can learn it'.
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