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A Global Meditation Community— By Women For Women

Women around the world learn the Transcendental Meditation technique because of the many ways it benefits their lives.


Why am I so tired?

Chronic fatigue is a growing problem among American women. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 1 million Americans suffer from diagnosed chronic fatigue syndrome… and that doesn’t even count the millions more who simply accept fatigue as a normal part of day-to-day life. But here’s what you need to know: Feeling tired all the time is absolutely not normal, and there are scientifically proven ways to rebuild your energy levels.

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Women & Girls With ADHD: Can Meditation Help?

Girls with ADD or ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) are often under-diagnosed. Without treatment they will most likely carry this problem into adulthood. Rather than exhibiting disruptive behavior, as is usually the case with boys, girls with ADHD experience difficulty focusing and paying attention.

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Key to a Healthy Heart

As women, we often identify with matters of the heart and give much emotional energy to partners, children, parents, friends and community. Being pulled in so many directions, we can be stretched thin, which creates stress and renders us more susceptible to heart disease. Although it is the number one cause of death for women in the United States, most women do not know enough about heart disease to know how to protect themselves from it.

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A Way to Reduce Anxiety and Fear

Being afraid is a terrible feeling. Even experience of its less sharp, more generalized version, anxiety, is uncomfortable and debilitating. And everyone justifiably has these feelings from time to time. But some women find that fear and anxiety are characteristic features of their lives, even when these feelings are not warranted.

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Millions of women worldwide have learned the simple, effortless TM technique. Here's why:

It involves no religion, philosophy or change in lifestyle. Natural and easy, TM practice brings deep, restorative rest to the mind and body.

This healing — more than relaxation or sleep — allows deep stress to wash away, improving mental, physical and emotional health and well-being. The TM technique helps us regroup from the frenzied pace that often characterizes our lives.

1It's Effortless

You don’t have to concentrate, focus your attention, or control your mind. In fact, effortlessness is the key to TM.

2It's Transcendental

TM practice allows you to transcend, deep within, to experience and access your silent reserves of energy, creativity and intelligence.

3Verified By Science

400+ peer-reviewed studies verify that TM relieves stress, promotes inner peace and rejuvenates the mind and body.

What can the TM program do for Me?

Women of all ages and walks-of-life find that their practice of the TM technique connects them to an inner happiness and self-confidence that does not depend on anything outside of themselves.

The TM technique has been scientifically shown to have numerous benefits in many different facets of life:

Working Professionals

Women who can think clearly, remain focused under pressure, and perform efficiently at work have an edge over people who cannot.

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Meditating Moms

Moms need meditation probably more than anyone does. We’d like to think we’ll be able to ignore our needs while taking care of children, work and home.

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The nursing profession has a problem: Millions, charged with taking care of the nation’s people, come to work chronically fatigued.

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