Raising Healthy, Resilient & Self-Driven Children

03/16/2018

How often do you come across something that will give your children the gift of being able to take a step back, to de-stress and find calm amidst the chaos of life? This is why having my kids learn the TM technique has been so rewarding for me. Read more

TM & Mindfulness – What’s the Difference?

03/14/2018

Donna Rockwell, a clinical psychologist and mindfulness teacher, learned the TM technique recently, and spoke to Bob Roth about her thoughts on the effortlessness of TM practice, for his book, Strength in Stillness. Read more

An Abundance Of Time While Working 70 Hours A Week

02/22/2018

After years of 70-hour work weeks in the advertising industry, I had to call it quits. I was mentally and physically destroyed from the constant urgency around every little task — none of which actually mattered in the real world —  and was left with almost no energy to figure out what to do next. I needed a break, but I also needed a paycheck, so I turned to meditation. Read more

20 Minutes Morning & Evening, 50 Dogs All Day

01/15/2018

Practicing the Transcendental Meditation technique has been a huge element in my work with dogs. It helps me be in the moment, and the more present I am, the greater my awareness to observe and feel out the dogs I’m working with. Read more

How the Transcendental Meditation Technique Can Make Your Year Even Better

01/01/2018

We’re excited about the start of a fresh, new year. As always, there is so much to be grateful and hopeful for in the coming year. What are some of your reflections and resolutions for the new year? Read more

“My Dependency Was Getting Completely Out of Control. Then Everything Changed.”

12/20/2017

If there’s a common thread that ties working America together, it’s stress. With 65 percent of adults reporting work as a top stressor, according to the American Psychological Association, we’re left asking, “How do we deal?” Read more

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“It Hit Me, Quite Literally, After Endless Months Of Going To Sleep Wired”

11/20/2017

“With the thick soup of emotions, activities, actions, and lack of sleep that makes up modern life, many of us find ourselves in a constant state of stress — whether we realize it or not. Our fight or flight responses are jacked up, leaving us in a pickle of confused cortisols and befuddled coping mechanisms, which really just mask the inner noise.” Read more

Navigating Anxiety in Your Thirties

10/23/2017

In her early twenties, Josie Overmyer picked up and moved across the country. That influential move was the first time she remembers the Transcendental Meditation (TM) technique playing a role in mitigating stress in her life, helping to spark her into a particularly creative period of songwriting. Today, her creative endeavors are focused in a new direction: entrepreneurship.

Josie talks to us about the role that anxiety plays in her life while pursuing a new career, and how she maximizes her productivity with the help of TM… Read more

A Baseball Player’s Guide to a Meaningful Life

09/20/2017

For Steven Baxter growing up, purpose was connected to the routine of playing baseball, a sport which defined his upbringing and high-school years. Without that structure, Steven had to redefine what a fulfilling life looked like… Read more

New Study: Helping Women Reduce Trauma in Prison

08/22/2017

Research finds that women are the fastest growing population in U.S. prisons, nearly double the rate of men. They enter prison with high rates of mental, emotional, and sexual abuse, and this high level of trauma results in an increased risk for recidivism. Read more

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