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US: Transcendental Meditation program offers substantial holiday discounts on course fee to learn TM
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25 December 2013
The Transcendental Meditation® program in the USA announced that it is offering special holiday discounts on the course fee for adults and students to learn the Transcendental Meditation technique. Organizers said that the substantial discounts are in effect through January 31, 2014.
A few highlights of the many scientifically verified benefits of practicing Transcendental Meditation:
Numerous studies have shown that TM® practice helps to reduce stress hormones, calm the sympathetic nervous system, and reduce the impact of stress on mind and body.
Reduced blood pressure and other cardiovascular disease risk factors
According to the American Heart Association, the TM technique is the only meditation practice scientifically proven to lower blood pressure. Other health benefits include reduced anxiety and depression, and increased creativity and overall well-being.
Bringing peace to those in need
Research shows that soldiers, policemen, firefighters, and other first responders are able to combat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) through TM practice; so much so, the U.S. Department of Defense recently offered a $2.4 million grant to study veterans who practice the TM program. Other high-stress populations—such as war refugees and victims of abuse—are finding peace through TM practice as well.
People from all walks of life enjoy the stress-relieving benefits of the TM program, from hedge-fund managers to college students, from soldiers in the U.S. army to actors and musicians.
For more information, and to find a teacher in your area, contact:
888-LEARN-TM (888-532-7686) [toll-free in USA]
Transcendental Meditation for Women
800-635-7173 [toll-free in USA]
More information is also available on the How to Learn page on each of the websites listed just above.
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