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14 December 2014
On 14 December 2014 Forth Culture reported:
Stress is the plague of the 21st century and is a major contributor to a growing list of modern ailments. Meditation is often a viable solution and a wonderful way to relax, promote health, vitality, and longevity; cultivate creativity and peak performance; and an inner path to peace and enlightenment. Transcendental meditation (TM), brought to the East and West by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, is a form of meditation that allows the active mind to settle into a state of inner calm and restful alertness. Bob Roth, executive director at The David Lynch Foundation likens an overly active mind to high tides. You feel the swell of the waves rising all around you as though the entire ocean is in upheaval. However, in reality, the ocean is only active on the surface, and naturally silent at its depths.
It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring
fulfilment to the field of science.
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Giving a clear overview of the benefits of Transcendental Meditation the article includes neurological findings about TM and highlights the unified approach to improving life—access to pure consciousness which is based on qualities such as bliss, intelligence, universal love, energy and peace.
The article provides links to videos on Maharishi Mahesh Yogi: Eliminating Stress and Stabilizing Unbounded, the David Lynch Foundation, and quantum physicist John Hagelin speaking on Transcendental Meditation: A scientific perspective.
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