Transcendental Meditation -
Pure Bliss On Tap

What is Transcendental Meditation?

Have you tried other meditation techniques and found it hard to empty your mind, or couldn’t concentrate? Well then, this technique is for you.

TM does not require concentration or contemplation. It is the simplest, most effortless meditation technique there is.

The TM technique is so effective because it is in accordance with the laws of nature that govern human awareness.

First, it takes into account the fact that the mind has a lot of thoughts and it constantly moving from one to another. So forcing it to be still can be a challenge.

Secondly, the mind is always seeking something more, so it will never be satisfied. So the only way is to go beyond objects and into awareness of itself.

If the mind is like the waves of the sea, then TM is like diving through the waves down to calm waters. Ultimately, you settle down in the space between your thoughts.

This space, between your thoughts, is pure consciousness, a field of possibilities, a field of creativity, pure creativity, pure intelligence and pure love.

And you don't have to go anywhere to find it. Pure consciousness is just the simplest form of your own awareness, located at the source of thought.

TM technique allows you to access this field at the source of thought; the primordial and the ground state of your existence.

What Are The Benefits Of Transcendental Meditation?

It brings wide-ranging benefits to every area of your life. Such as:
  • Feeling more deeply at peace, restful, calm
  • Greater energy,
  • Greater clarity
  • Greater enjoyment of life
  • Greater mental alertness
  • Faster reaction time
  • Greater sense of serenity and purpose
  • Improved memory in terms of short and long term recall
  • Increased feeling of well-being and relaxation

And there is evidence that suggests that students' grades go up and test scores are higher after practicing meditation on a regular basis.

Why Is It Unique?

First of all, It doesn’t involve either concentration or contemplation.

It is the most effortless of all techniques. Effortlessness implies naturalness. And naturalness is the key to effectiveness because nature knows best how to create optimal functioning of mind

It’s the most widely practiced, most researched, and most effective method of self-development. As a result it has earned respect across scientific communities for producing the results it promises.

The founder, a scientist himself, encouraged scientists to verify the benefits of TM which are now being experienced by millions around the world.

How Can I Learn About?

There are those who say that Transcendental Meditation can be learnt from a book. Well, you could learn to play tennis of golf form a book but even the talented have to be coached to become good at certain strokes.

A book cannot anticipate or answer all of your questions nor can you benefit from the personal experience and anecdotes of the personal instructor.

So for best results, TM requires requires some personalized guidance to learn to proper technique. This will give you confidence of knowing that you’re proceeding along correctly.

Where Did It Come From?

The Transcendental Meditation technique is based on the ancient Vedic tradition of enlightenment in India.

This knowledge has been handed down by Vedic masters from generation to generation for thousands of years. It was introduced to the Western world by Maharshi Mahesh Yogi in the late 1950s.

How Does Transcendental Meditation Work?

The technique involves allowing the mind to be aware but be uninvolved on the level of meaning.

It obeys or rather identifies with the so called Unified Field described by quantum physics. This Unified Field underlies and governs everything in the universe.

The sound of a given or chosen mantra has a harmonizing, life-supporting effect at subtle levels of the mind.

And when it is repeated at given intervals, it makes the mind to settles into the transcendent. The body descends into a deeper and deeper state of restfulness.

And since the mind is not engaged meaning of the sound or word, it is free to take its natural direction - straight toward the source of thought.

At the source of thought, you experience this field of pure bliss, pure consciousness, pure creativity, pure intelligence, pure love.

Your experiencing it enlivens this field and makes it grow. You start unfolding your full potential and becoming more powerful from the inside and create a powerful influence of harmony in your environment.

If a small fraction of the population were constantly achieving this state, through the law of universal influence the effect would be tremendously good for society.

Can Any One Do It?

One of the strengths of TM is that it does not involve a belief system of any kind. It will not conflict with any of your existing beliefs, religious or otherwise.

It is so simple that even children as young as 10 can learn to practise it. It is currently being used in school to improve pupils learning and test results.

How Do You Practice It?

Yes. Anyone can practise Transcendental Meditation. The technique allows the activity of the mind to settle down in a natural way until it is left quiet, yet wide awake. It's that simple.
  • Choose a place where you won’t be disturbed
  • Sit in a lotus position or in any posture that is comfortable
  • Play the chosen or given mantra or any soothing non-distracting sound. This special sound has a harmonizing, life-supporting effect at subtle levels of the mind. The mind then settles into the transcendent
  • Do the meditation for 20 minutes twice per day

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