Comment from this months Newcastle TM course

"It's going well & I sleep like a rock now! & look forward to it after being stressed out at work!" Craig ~ Newcastle

Comments from last weeks Edinburgh TM course :

"I enjoyed the classes very much.  So far so good at maintaining 2x/day sessions.  I feel I'm already feeling better from it." John ~ Edinburgh "Have been doing my meditation every day 20 mins morning and early evening. I am finding…

Coping with the pressures of everyday life

I am a very busy married mother of 2 young daughters aged 3 and 7. I also work part time five days a week and spend a lot of time looking after my elderly mother. As to be expected my day to day life can be stressful and quite demanding and…

Quality of sleep effects health.

Interesting article given that one of the major benefits of meditation that many (but not all) people find is improved sleep. Poor sleep linked to heart failure, Norwegian study says: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-21667943 www.bbc.co.uk

TM testimonial from Merseyside

"My experience of learning TM was something I will never forget. I remember when I was taught the technique, being gobsmacked at its simplicity! After my first 20 minute meditation guided by my teacher I could instantly feel the results!! I…

T.M is of benefit to people of all walks of life

"I first became aware of T.M during the 1970’s when a work colleague showed me a poster of the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. At the time I was interested in the meditation but not in the “hippy” and religious lifestyle that seemed to go with…

Not TM, but?

"One of the signs of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one's work is terribly important." Bertrand Russell ~ British philosopher Just came across this & thought how very appropriate, meditation definitely gives one those…

TM in Chorley

"I was persuaded to try TM following on from my yoga practice. I felt there was something more to be had from the period of relaxation and muscular rest after a session. Almost immediately after just the group practice that followed the initial…

US funding for TM research

The US National Institute of Health has spent more than $25 million on TM studies, which show that it decreases anxiety, high blood pressure, rates of heart attack and stroke as well as substance abuse, addiction, and depression.