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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.
You don’t have to concentrate, focus your attention, or control your mind. In fact, effortlessness is the key to TM.
TM practice allows you to transcend, deep within, to experience and access your silent reserves of energy, creativity and intelligence.
400+ peer-reviewed studies verify that TM relieves stress, promotes inner peace and rejuvenates the mind and body.
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:
If you have further questions, or are ready to learn TM, send us a message and we’ll connect you with a teacher nearby.
"The TM technique is an enormous gift. When you meditate, you start to feel that every area of your life changes in a beautiful way—there's more kindness, patience, clarity and love."
"Transcendental Meditation gives healthcare providers that needed deep well from which we can draw strength and increase our capacity for compassion. From the silence, healing begins."
"I couldn't keep the schedule I keep or see opportunities to change the world without TM. Before TM it took all of my energy to hold together the enormous tasks of running the largest anti-sex trafficking program for American children. Today I have time to help others, and the possibilities and opportunities to share what I have learned with the rest of the world are endless and effortless.