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Transcendental Meditation Club to relieve college stress
by Dominic Rose
The Daily Illini (University of Illinois, USA) Translate This Article
27 November 2017
On 10 October 2017 The Daily Illini reported: When students are faced with multiple midterms in the same week, it is easy to stress out and lose focus. However, the Transcendental Meditation Club at the University of Illinois, USA, is providing students with ways to relax. Student officers of the club said the technique, which is taught by certified teachers, can be a key tool for increasing energy, happiness, focus, and memory. It can also reduce blood pressure and alleviate the symptoms of PTSD and depression. In addition, it can improve the overall quality of life, assisting with the management of college life. It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the fields of education and health.
''College is a place to get prepared for society, so it's important for students to acquire useful tools in life,'' said Hang Yu, club president. ''(After meditating) I have more focus power that lasts throughout the day.'' ''Transcendental Meditation can be a wonderful guide towards health, well-being, strength and wellness,'' another student said. ''I encourage everyone to try it. Do it; there are no downsides, only benefits.'
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