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Posts Tagged ‘Religion’

How I Learned TM—by Rabbi Alan Green

11/23/2012

I began my practice of the Transcendental Meditation program on June 12, 1971. It was the last week of the last year of high school for most of my senior class, but not for me. I was bound for summer school, having failed the second semester of U.S. History for the second time. Actually, that was the least of my problems. Read more

“Maharishi, how does TM influence the practice of one’s religion?”

09/05/2012

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi discusses how the practice of the Transcendental Meditation technique enhances the practice of an individual’s religion. It’s a message, Maharishi says, that applies to people of all faiths—Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Judaism, Hinduism, Jainism—every religion. Read more

Thousands of Buddhist Monks in Asia Learn Transcendental Meditation

10/31/2011

More than 3,000 Buddhist monks in 100 monasteries throughout Southeast Asia have learned the Transcendental Meditation technique, as a result of the work by a revered Japanese Buddhist monk, Reverend Koji Oshima, who is a longtime TM practitioner and certified TM teacher. According to Rev. Oshima, the Buddhist monks appreciate the… Read more

“A state of great quiet and deep satisfaction” – St. Teresa

06/09/2011

Born in Avila, in west-central Spain, St. Teresa was one of the greatest women of the Roman Catholic church. She wrote a number of influential books including The Interior Castle and her autobiography, now considered masterpieces. St. Teresa initiated the Carmelite Reform, which restored… Read more

Orthodox Rabbi speaks on his 9-year TM practice

09/08/2010

Abraham Shainberg is the son of Holocaust survivors. His parents were from Warsaw, Poland, and they immigrated to America through different routes before raising their family the Lower East Side of New York. His father served as Rabbi of the First Warshauer Congregation for 27 years. Read more

The Atlantic and Vanity Fair blogs discuss TM and Religion

04/29/2010

In a recent blog for The Atlantic titled, “Catholicism and Transcendental Meditation,” Mr. Sullivan discussed the importance of his practice of the Transcendental Meditation technique and its relevance to a practicing Roman Catholic. In the blog he mentions that what motivated him to bring up the subject was a video interview with Father Len Dubi that was recently posted here on the TM Blog. Read more