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5 November 2012
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''If I had to describe the benefits I've gained from practising Transcendental Meditation, I would have to use words like contentment, fulfilment and great satisfaction,'' says Newton Parker, who lives near Maidstone in Kent, England. He learned to meditate in 2007 and says with certainty that it has proved to be the answer to all of his life's searching.
Newton says that he had always been a 'seeker' in search of a deeper reality of life. Even as a young child of five or six years old, he was aware of the inner value of consciousness, or being. As he grew up, his interest in self-development continued and deepened, and eventually he took the Transcendental Meditation course.
''Within my first few days of practising Transcendental Meditation, I felt I could at last experience that sense of being which I had noticed as a child. The experience was one of complete satisfaction, total fulfilment and, dare I say, immense relief!''
Since then, Newton has noticed that the benefits of his twice-daily practice have spilled over into many different areas of his life, including his work as a partner in a small engineering company that specialises in energy management systems.
''As my practice progressed I felt that my perspective on life shifted as a result of each meditation. I became untroubled by my busy job and noticed how much easier life became. I could achieve so much more during activity with what seemed like very little effort. My health improved, my weight decreased, I slept soundly, and I felt very, very content.''
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