Posts By TM for Women
Teachers of the Transcendental Meditation technique find that most people, when first hearing about TM, have questions, concerns, and misunderstandings. In this article, we address these points. What is Transcendental Meditation (TM)? TM is a simple, natural procedure done effortlessly in the mind while sitting comfortably with eyes closed. You don’t do it out loud—so […]
The founder of the Transcendental Meditation program, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, devoted his life to lifting humanity out of suffering, to the self-realization of every individual, and to peace and harmony on earth. Maharishi was the embodiment of spirituality, peace and all-embracing universal love. He wrote these words that we offer to you for your inspiration: […]
Women and Addictions At a recent New York conference on Transcendental Meditation and its benefits in reducing addiction, recovering addicts, including Elizabeth Vargas of ABC TV’s 20/20, made supporting statements. They all told a similar story—they stopped using drugs or alcohol, but rehabilitation programs did nothing to address the anxiety they felt when they completed […]
A discussion with Dr. Sarina Grosswald Severe stress can shut down the prefrontal cortex, which is like the commander-in-chief of the brain,” said Dr. Sarina Grosswald, the executive director of PTSD and stress-related disorders for the David Lynch Foundation. “TM rebalances the brain chemistry…. TM creates the brain waves associated with settledness,” said Dr. Grosswald. […]
Vanessa Vidal, National Director of the U.S. non-profit educational organization Transcendental Meditation for Women has been recognized by the IWLA for leadership excellence in improving women’s lives through the development of consciousness.
The Fourth International Conference of the Alliance of Women Scientists and Scholars for a Better World was held July 21-24, 2014. The theme of the conference was: The World is as We Are: Culturing the Inner and Outer Environment to Realize Our Full Human Potential. This theme so beautifully tied in to the mission of […]
One of the most heartening signs of positive change in the world must be when penal institutions begin to turn away from punishment and instead promote prevention. Such a sign may be detected in recent statements issued by the Violence Reduction Unit of Strathclyde Police, Scotland, UK.
The Unit has been particularly successful in dealing with some of the more ingrained antisocial habits of the young. As a result, its recommendations are given due attention by government.
Rock Hill Herald Online NEW YORK, Aug. 23, 2013 — /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Select schools throughout the Caribbean island of Dominica have begun to employ the Transcendental Meditation® technique as a stress-management tool to help students reduce symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Teachers and parents have seen a noticeable improvement. But more important, research suggests that TM® practice […]