Transcendental Meditation: Were the hippies right all along?
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While the research on the health benefits of TM is fascinating, there’s another, more compelling, reason why meditation is in the air just now. Done consistently, it seems to offer some sort of corrective to modernity, a respite from anxiety and the ability to really, truly relax, without chemical assistance; a break from our constant, restless and often doomed aspirations to be thinner, richer and more popular on Facebook; the welcome discovery that happiness is to be found not in retail therapy, but within.
As for me, I’m seriously considering introducing my children to a stress- and anxiety-busting daily ritual that seems to do no harm and may well do a great deal of good.
Transcendental meditation: does it work?
Read full article in The Guardian
First he tried sleep apps, then a flotation tank, then mindfulness – but nothing would stop the chatter in Stuart Heritage’s increasingly exhausted mind. Would transcendental meditation, currently enjoying a revival, do the trick?
How meditating in a tiny Iowa town helped me recover from war
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“I didn’t know how to be a civilian after six difficult years in the military. It was easy for me to trade one lifestyle of order and discipline for another, and this provided me with nourishment and an understanding of self. I continue my meditation practice and am grateful for the gifts it has provided me.”
Everton boss Sam Allardyce reveals how meditation cured his touchline rage… and one phrase helps him keep his cool
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A 20-Minute Exercise You Can Do Anywhere
Read full article in the New York Times