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Acclaimed ballet dancer turned Broadway star reflects on the differences of the two professions, the stress involved, and how the Transcendental Meditation technique has helped her to cope, grow, and enjoy. Read more
Like many of us, Tamron Hall of NBC’s TODAY Show is starting the year off with an intention to get serious about meditation. She currently practices a focus meditation, but to “take it up a notch” she’s decided to learn the TM technique. To share her journey with her viewers, she brought certified TM teacher John Butler on her morning show. Read more
Gift Shopping, Travel Delays, And Family Gatherings. Oh My! How To Stay Stress-Free During The Holidays
The holidays are meant to be relaxing and fun, not exhausting and overwhelming! Here are a few tips to help you stay stress-free and make the most of the season. Happy holidays! Read more
The smallest things can make the biggest difference. Almost 9 months after learning the TM technique, Brian Baker reflects on the ways his life has changed. Read more
Meet Bob: The Man Who Teaches Meditation To Middle-School Students, Celebrities, And The Homeless Alike
Bob Roth talks about his beginnings with the Transcendental Meditation technique and how it “blossomed into a calling to help people around the world.” Read more
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
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
“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.