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Taos, Ranchos de Taos, Talpa, Arroyo Seco, Valdez, Taos Ski Valley, El Prado, Angel Fire, Eagle Nest, San Cristobal, Questa, Ojo Caliente, Espanola, Penasco, Southern Colorado, et al
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“When you dive within, that true happiness is there... it’s like a strength, it’s so beautiful... it’s bliss. Physical, emotional, mental, spiritual happiness starts growing from within.”
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What is the Transcendental Meditation® technique?
The Transcendental Meditation technique taught in Taos (and Northern New Mexico) is a simple, natural, effortless process practiced 15-20 minutes twice daily while sitting comfortably with eyes closed. It is unique among techniques of meditation, distinguished by its effortlessness, naturalness and profound effectiveness.
The TM® technique allows your mind to settle inward, beyond thought, to experience the silent reservoir of energy, creativity and intelligence found within everyone—a natural state of restful alertness. During the practice, your brain functions with significantly greater coherence and your body gains deep rest.
What are the benefits of the TM technique?
The profound mental and physical rest experienced during the practice of the TM program effectively dissolves stress and improves mental and physical functioning. This results in a wide variety of benefits. learn more
How do I learn, or find out more?
We regularly hold FREE introductory talks on the Transcendental Meditation program in Taos and Northern New Mexico and other nearby areas. To find out when and where the next Introductory Talks will take place, call us at (575) 224-6130 (or send us your information below) to register.
If you have any questions, or would like to attend an Introductory Talk, please contact one of our Taos and Northern New Mexico Certified Teachers by phoning (575) 224-6130 or entering your details below.