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Women enjoy a simple technique that benefits all areas of life: Transcendental Meditation
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22 July 2012
Transcendental Meditation® is a simple, natural, effortless mental technique for self development that is practised for 15-20 minutes twice daily while sitting comfortably with the eyes closed. Its benefits include increased happiness and intelligence, greater creativity, decreased stress, better health, improved relationships, and a deeper sense of inner peace and well-being.
How it works
The Transcendental Meditation technique allows the mind to settle inward, beyond thought, to experience the source of thought, pure awareness, also known as Transcendental Consciousness. This is the most silent and peaceful, yet fully awake level of consciousness.
EEG readings taken during the practice of Transcendental Meditation show that the mind and body are experiencing a state of remarkably deep rest along with heightened alertness and wakefulness. In this state of restful alertness, the brain functions with significantly greater coherence and the body gains profound rest.
The Transcendental Meditation technique can be easily learned by anyone and is enjoyable to practice. It is not a religion, philosophy, or lifestyle. Over 5 million people worldwide from all backgrounds, cultures, races, and religions have learned Transcendental Meditation. Among many techniques of meditation, Transcendental Meditation is distinguished by its effortlessness, naturalness, and profound effectiveness, validated by extensive scientific research.
The state of restful alertness produced during the practice of Transcendental Meditation dissolves stress and fatigue, promoting balanced functioning of mind and body, and more harmonious behaviour.
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