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Hope for Victims/Survivors of Abuse in the Age of Covid19

According to the NY Times column In Her Words, in 2018, domestic abuse cases accounted for about 20 percent of all violent crimes in the U.S. In 2019, more than a million women were victims

The Pandemic, Women, and Leadership

In 2019, prior to the pandemic, of the companies that made up the 2019 Fortune 500 list, 6.6 percent had women CEOs—the highest number ever and a significant increase from 2018, when only 4.8 percent

Six Thousand Maasai Women Learn Transcendental Meditation

Before the onset of colonialism, the East African native population thrived as approximately 100 different sovereign and autonomous nations—with their own languages and cultures, laws and traditions. The creation of the two nations Kenya and

Feeling Depressed? Combat Pandemic Isolation Blues

Before the pandemic swept our society into new rules of behavior, scientific research—including a 2017 review of 40 other studies on public health consequences of isolation—had shown that loneliness can be harmful to mental health.

Isolation Can Cause Hypertension, Especially in Women

Alone much these days? You know you should stay put and guard your health during this pandemic, but Is seclusion challenging your health? Statistics, observation and research during the pandemic indicate that social isolation puts

School Teaching Reimagined in the Year 2020

During the pandemic, teachers have had challenges that their academic training couldn’t have anticipated. Unlike teaching in person, with distance learning teachers have had to work harder to connect with students—to ascertain if they had

How to Do the Right Thing

Most children are raised to be thoughtful adults who will try, in every circumstance, to “do the right thing.” “Just do the right thing!” we tell ourselves when we face a challenging moral or social

Pandemic Front Lines: An Interview of Barbara Twombly RN BSN CWOCN

Barbara is a Certified Wound, Ostomy and Continence nurse at Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla in California who received her nursing degree at Russell Sage College and her WOCN Specialty training at Emory University. She

When Teenage Girls Meditate

Parents know that eye-rolling and door slamming are coming when their daughter is approaching her teen years. Sometimes it doesn’t end up being so bad. Sometimes it’s worse than you could have imagined. Who is

Help in Recovery from Disease

Doctors throughout the world know that the process of healing occurs spontaneously from within the human body when our lifestyle choices support the body’s own natural healing mechanisms.  We all know from our experience that

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COVID-19 Update

We are taking all precautions during this time when teaching the TM technique. If you fill out the find a teacher form, your local teacher will contact you to discuss this in detail.

Wishing you best of health,
TM for Women


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