4 Mindblowing Reasons to reasons to try Transcendental Meditation or TM in the New year.


1- Taken up Meditation to Deal With Stress? But Finding it Difficult to Focus on Your Practice?  TM is effortless. There’s absolutely nothing you need to do. No need to focus on different areas of the body, on the breath or even acknowledging thoughts. Transcendental meditation takes you above all of these things. If you struggle with meditation practice – try TM you’ll be amazed!
2- TM helps with traumatic memory, so if you’ve experienced trauma the last place you want to be is in the moment.
3- TM Calms the Mind. TM has a well-proven effect of letting your nervous system settle into a state of deep rest. This will automatically turn the notch down on your stress levels. Do you see now why TM is great for Westerners? Here, stress is the number one killer & the main reason people go off long term sick from work.
4- TM benefits the physical health. This is because the mind & body are interconnected. Evidence has shown that regular daily practice of TM for just 15 minutes ..
* Reduces stress and anxiety.
* Improves sleep.
* Allows greater sense of clarity and productivity.
* Lowers blood pressure.
* Enables a greater sense of calmness throughout the day.
* Reduces cortisol.
* Lowers risk of heart attack or stroke.
* Improves brain function and memory.

The Transcendental Meditation technique or TM is a form of silent mantra practice. It was developed by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi back in the 60s and is commonly connected with the Beatles but TM goes deeper than just its association. Using a mantra, & practiced for around 15 minutes twice per day while sitting with one’s eyes closed, TM can have amazing effects on the body.
There a have been over 340 studies published on TM which over the years has been incorporated into schools, universities, corporations, and prison programs in the United States, Latin America, Europe, and India.

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