Life is short – Enjoy it to the fullestLife is supposed to be better if we can “be in the moment” and “enjoy the here and now”. However, past stressful experiences can draw our attention away from the present to pain from the past or worries for the future. As long as the underlying stress is there, it is difficult to avoid this negative influence.
Transcendental Meditation (TM) is the most practiced (6 million practitioners), most widely researched (600 studies), and, according to the research, the most effective meditation technique in the world to reduce stress. This allows us to gradually leave more and more of our baggage from the past behind so we can enjoy the here and now to the fullest.
What do TM meditators say?
Many celebrities that practice Transcendental Meditation comment that the technique helps them.
Jennifer Aniston, actress
Clint Eastwood, actor
Heather Graham, actress
Transcending = holistic side-benefits
TM creates exceptionally deep rest, which has a lot of side-benefits. More than 350 scientific studies from top universities like Harvard have been published in the past 50 years documenting these TM benefits. TM has been shown to relieve many stress-related health issues, improve mental potential and improve our relationships. Many national health organisations are now also formally recommending TM as an option for doctors to prescribe, for example the American Heart Association in the context of treating high blood pressure. And in Switzerland, leading health insurance provider Swica is now reimbursing part of the TM course fee.
Schools in more than 60 countries have started to implement TM in their curriculum to help students to be “ready to learn”, eg under the name “Quiet Time Program”. And even the European Commission recently provided a €0.5 Million grant for tests with TM in the European school system.
Dr. Carlos Garcia, Superintendent, San Francisco Unified School District, 2007-2012
Dr. Norman Rosenthal, Psychiatrist, U.S. National Institutes of Mental Health
Transcending = Easy to do
Many people have tried some form of meditation and have found it difficult to do. The good news is that TM is very different. It is a very simple, natural and effortless technique, that doesn’t require any concentration or controlling of the mind. TM is taught individually by highly trained teachers and this personal coaching also makes it very easy to learn.
Ellen Degeneres, talk-show host
Cameron Diaz, actress
Do you have 90 minutes to discover how everything can change?
To understand how a simple technique can provide so many benefits, sign up for one of the free informational seminars that are organized around the country. Just fill out the form below, or select your nearest city on the map below. You will be able to:
- Meet a certified TM teacher
- Learn all the benefits that 20 minutes twice a day of TM practice can bring to provide happiness and balance, create deep rest, reduce stress, improve sleep, increase your self-confidence, improve your relationships etc.
- Ask any question you may have
- Schedule a TM course
What successful TM practitioners sayHugh Jackman Oprah Winfrey David Lynch Paul McCartney Clint Eastwood William Hague Katy Perry George Lucas Jerry Seinfeld Moby Gwyneth Paltrow Martin Scorcese Ellen Degeneres Rupert Murdoch Dr. Oz Dilma Rousseff
What people are saying
I have done so many meditation courses, but there was always something that felt not right; I missed something. I did not feel satisfied. When I learned TM, it felt just like coming home to me. Finally I have found it.
This technique is truly one of a kind.
I am meditating now for almost 30 years and my general health is excellent, especially when compared to my peers. Not only did it make my creativity grow remarkably, but also my ability to deal with a team of employees and actors in an inspiring and stimulating way.
I am still amazed on a daily basis to see how such a simple, natural technique can generate so many positive effects. And it is also nice to do.