Traumatic incidences are usually unavoidable. Your plans probably never include them, yet they happen all the same, which can leave you with a feeling of powerlessness. You’re not powerless though. Read more.
Have you ever heard of Rick Rubin? What about Jay-z, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kanye West, U2, Lana Del Rey, Eminem, Johnny Cash, or the Dixie Chicks? Click to find out what they all have in common. Read more
Jerry Seinfeld: “The Thing That I Love More Than Money, More Than Love, More Than Just About Anything”
Everyone’s got some of this, although many don’t have enough, and I rarely meet a person who doesn’t want more. And it’s not…well, watch and find out for yourself what Jerry Seinfeld calls “the greatest riches in human life,” and how you can get more. Read more.
Bob Roth speaks to a group of 400 top business and tech leaders about how we can relieve the world’s stress through the Transcendental Meditation technique at Google Zeitgeist ’14. Read more
You don’t need a “meditation room” to meditate, but sometimes it’s hard to find a place when your life is go go go. Here are some ideas to help you out, no matter where you find yourself. Read more.
6 million people have learned the TM technique. Here’s what 5 of them – Katy Perry, Liv Tyler, Lykke Li, Sky Ferreira, and Sheryl Crow – have to say about it. Read more.
Many people think meditation means having to control your mind in some way. But what if you’re not good at that? Ellen DeGeneres had the same thought, and discusses how the TM technique fits into that paradigm. Read more
Halfway through a year committed to exercising every day and healthy eating, Heather Serody realized something was missing from her routine. She was taking great care of her body, but what about her mind? Read more.
“I grew up in a tough neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey, and I developed an emotional callus to protect myself from pain. Being surrounded by people with negative coping skills, always walking around on red alert, I felt numbed by violence that most other people would be shocked by.” Read more.
When you lose a child, the world kind of shrinks. That’s how this informal group of Chicago mothers found each other. Bound together by the tragedies of inner-city violence, they each sought a way to live normal lives again. Read more.