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Posts Tagged ‘Stress’

Google Zeitgeist: 400 Top Business And Tech Leaders Learn About TM

Bobby Zeigtest
09/24/2014

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

Blake Ian

Why I Learned Transcendental Meditation Three Years Ago And Why I Still Practice It

07/08/2014

On April 30, 2011, I learned the method of Transcendental Meditation. Since then I have experienced the most productive and present three years of my life, which includes moving to New York City and turning an idea I had into a successful tech startup. Read more

Brian Baker and Family

My First Experience with TM: Diving to the Source

04/28/2014

Las Vegas based writer Brian Baker wanted something more than Mindfulness Meditation had to offer. In this post, he shares his experience of learning the TM® technique. Read more

Daniel Gannon

PTSD Treatments: From Lobotomies to Meditation

03/27/2014

With more and more veterans returning from overseas with the life-threatening and under-diagnosed Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, it’s increasingly apparent that the standard treatment isn’t doing the trick. Read more

Woman meditating

6 Benefits of Transcendental Meditation (and How You Can Get Started Today)

03/18/2014

In a fun article published in Women’s Health magazine, Caitlin Carlson gives her stamp of approval for learning the Transcendental Meditation technique. And she offers six reasons to learn TM – including better workouts, lower risk of heart disease, improved productivity at work… Read more

Norman Rosenthal

“Meditation to Boost Morale, Performance and Creativity in Business”

02/10/2014

In the Huffington Post article below, Dr. Norman Rosenthal discusses how our society can achieve this kind of happy, energetic, creative business environment. Read more

David Lynch and Italo Zucchelli

“The Transcendentalists” —Style.com

01/09/2014

Thought you’d enjoy this recent Style.com interview with creative forces, filmmaker David Lynch and fashion designer Italo Zucchelli. Matthew Schneier’s interview with them focuses on their shared passions: creativity and the Transcendental Meditation technique. Read more

Josh Zabar

“Daily Reset – A Look Into Transcendental Meditation”

12/13/2013

Josh is a Partner and Curator at Summit, an events- and community-focused organization that fosters innovation and entrepreneurship. Since 2008, Summit has hosted an annual three-day event called Summit Series, which brings together entrepreneurs, musicians, nonprofit founders, and other multi-disciplinary leaders. Read more

‘Freedom and Self-Realization’

12/03/2013

Freedom is one of the more frequently used words in our age. Politicians use it incessantly, and the media is not far behind. But what does it really mean? What is a free man or woman, a free action, a free society? Read more

Stress, the Brain, and Student Life:
A Researcher’s Reflections (Part 2)

11/01/2013

The following is the second part of an interview with Fred Travis, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Brain, Consciousness, and Cognition at Maharishi University of Management. Read more

Stress, the Brain, and Student Life: 
A Researcher’s Reflections (Part 1)

10/29/2013

Dr. Travis is the author of more than 50 research papers that investigate the relation between brain wave patterns, conscious processes, states of consciousness, and meditation practice. He regularly teaches undergraduate and graduate courses, gives seminars, and speaks at conferences around the world on brain development. Read more

Veteran Gets Her Life Back with Transcendental Meditation

10/25/2013

Women are increasingly playing key roles in the military. According to a recent Congressional Research Service report on: Women in Combat, over the past decade more women have become involved in combat operations. Since September 2001, almost 300,000 female service members have been deployed for contingency operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Read more

anxiety

New Research on TM and Anxiety

10/11/2013

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health problem in the United States, affecting 40 million adults (about 18% of the population) and costing more than $42 billion a year. Anxiety is considered a negative mood disturbance that results from failure to predict, control, and obtain desired goals and is associated with dysfunctional cognition, behavior, and physiologic over-activity. Read more


“The Totally 
Stressed-Out 
Man’s Guide 
to Meditation”

09/30/2013

“The most successful, innovative men alive do it. Overworked, very, very busy hedge-fund managers swear by it.” So, writer Josh Dean asks, should you close your eyes for 20 minutes twice a day and join in? Will it work even if you’re skeptical?” Read more

“3 Ways Meditation Helps You Deal With Adversity”

09/03/2013

When adversity strikes, meditation can be our best friend. Not as an escape, but as a secret weapon to fortify our minds and bodies, to create resilience and perspective. Read more

But TM is so simple — can it take a person to higher states of consciousness?

08/05/2013

Can something simple and easy to practice produce the most immediate, holistic and profound effects?
Almost everyone who learns how to practice the Transcendental Meditation technique is surprised just how simple it is. And yet, the TM technique is designed for full awakening of human potential. Read more

“Meditation Helps Kids Chill Out, Reduce Impulsivity” –ABC News

05/29/2013

Schools are recognizing that children today are experiencing more anxiety and stress than ever before. Research is highlighting this growing concern: The percentage of children aged 5-17 using antidepressants more than doubled between 1993 and 2003, according to research by Kaiser Permanente. Read more

5 New Findings About Stress–And How TM Can Help

03/20/2013

Getting rid of stress so that we can have a calm, creative mind is a good reason to practice the Transcendental Meditation technique each day. Scientists seem to keep giving us even more incentives to meditate. Read more

Human Suffering and Stress: How can Transcendental Meditation Help?

02/16/2013

In this excerpt from a lecture at historic Jones Hall in Houston, Texas in 1972, Maharishi describes the underlying cause of suffering, the mechanics of stress release and the evolution of human consciousness to enlightenment. Read more

“Transcendental Meditation May Help Stressed Vets” –Bloomberg Businessweek

02/12/2013

Every 65 minutes, a U.S. military veteran committed suicide in 2010. That’s according to a comprehensive study released last Friday by the Department of Veteran Affairs, which tracked veteran suicides from 1999 to 2010 (PDF). Read more

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