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    Transcendental Meditation

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    Maharishi Mahesk Yogi pioneered the Transcendental Meditation program. The Transcendental Meditation technique is a natural, unforced practice that reduces stress and increases an individual’s mental and physical potential. TM (Transcendental Meditation) is often experienced for fifteen to twenty minutes twice a day. Typically, one meditates in the morning before eating breakfast; this practice helps the person start his day both alert and energized. The second meditation session occurs in the afternoon

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    outward sensory world. In this state the mind is only object-referral. However, as Maharishi explains, during the practice of Transcendental Meditation, one transcends all the activities of the mind and experiences transcendental consciousness where the consciousness is only aware of its own unbounded nature. At this state the mind is Self-referral. Transcendental Meditation is a scientifically proven technique to develop the full potential of the individual consciousness by releasing stresses in

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    Transcendental Meditation: Alternative Therapy for Alcohol Abuse Proponents of the Transcendental Meditation program initiated by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi have expressed their ideas in various web sites on the World Wide Web, through pages such as The Transcendental Meditation Program at http://www.tm.org and the Scientific Research on Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi program of the Maharishi University of Management at http://www.miu.edu/TM_Research. In these sites positive messages are

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    Transcendentalism and Transcendental Meditation “The Transcendentalist adopts the whole connection of spiritual doctrine. He believes in miracle, in the perpetual openness of the human mind to new influx of light and power; he believes in inspiration, and in ecstasy.”(Emerson 196). These two lines written by Ralph Waldo Emerson exemplify the whole movement of transcendentalist writers and what they believed in. Though to the writers, transcendentalism was a fight for a belief, unknown to them they

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    INVEST IN THE STUDENTS OF TODAY…THEY ARE THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW "There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come." Transcendental Meditation is much more than an idea -- it is a powerful, proven technology to unfold our most precious natural resource -- the human mind. It is a technology whose time has come. The whole of society is already the better for it -- the future will be even brighter.” - Robert Roth We live in a society where students are taunted by technology and manipulated

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    Transcendental Meditation - Research Outcomes Transcendental Meditation is a widely studied form of meditation. More than 250 universities and research institutions have conducted studies in 30 countries throughout the world. There have been 350 peer-reviewed, published scientific studies in more than 150 scientific journals in a broad range of disciplines (Pearson 400). The regular experience of Transcendental Consciousness restores the pathways of the brain to optimal functioning by correcting

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    Trepanation, Spirituality and Loneliness

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    consciousness" is one that seems to be as old as consciousness itself. Practices such as the ritualistic or religious consumption of peyote, ayahuasca, psilocybe mushrooms or other such naturally-occuring hallucinogenic drugs, self-deprivation and transcendental meditation are just a few of the countless ways in which mankind has sought to expand the limits of human experience; these practices are still a mainstay in many modern countercultures. They are also very well-known and documented practices. There

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    Circadian Rhythms

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    at the age of 13. Although he rests with his eyes closed, his brain patterns are those of someone who is fully awake and aware. He has memory problems and very sensitive eyes, but is otherwise completely normal. To relax, he usually uses transcendental meditation from about three or four AM until the morning (Coleman 94). Tomas Izquierdo is what one might call someone without circadian rhythms. Circadian rhythms are the daily sleep patterns of humans. Circadian rhythms tell people when they are most

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    inefficiency and ineffectiveness of the government. In some countries, the problems remain unsolved as the government cannot find a solution to stop ongoing war, crime and corruption. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (1993) who is the founder of the Transcendental Meditation Program, explains that in order to be successful, the government should appoint the expert administrator who has been proving success in administration since the beginning of the solar system and universe, to accomplish everything for the

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    Changing the Way a Person Thinks If you ever happen to pass through the small town of Fairfield, IA, you would probably just think it to be just another normal, rural Iowa town. But like many other towns, there is a conflict hidden beneath the pleasant exterior. Two totally different groups of people have been meshed together in this town. The claim I’ll be making is that one group is counterproductive, but their presence still essential to the town economy. First let me give you some background

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