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Epigenetics and the value of Transcendental Meditation
27 January 2015 - Janet Hoffmann writes about an emerging scientific field called epigenetics. Epigenetics recognizes that DNA is not the grand destiny maker of life after all. 'By making positive, healthy lifestyle choices, we can suppress undesirable genetic tendencies and activate life supporting ones,' Hoffman says. 'To a greater extent than ever before realized, we can influence the action of our DNA!' Hoffman suggests that adding Transcendental Meditation to one's healthy daily routine will support a positive change in genetic expression. (more)

Is it possible to become resilient to stress?
26 January 2015 - Health writer Linda Egenes compares her resilience to stress when she was a child to her resilience to stress as an adult. 'Rather than growing in stress as I've aged, I feel like I'm letting more and more of it go,' she said. 'Not a small part of that growth in resilience has come by practicing the Transcendental Meditation technique.' Ms Egenes' article in Transcendental Meditation for Women includes links to studies and videos. (more)

Who are today's meditators?
25 January 2015 - Rose Hoffmann reflects on just what kind of people make up the millions who practice Transcendental Meditation every day. She affirms that the technique fits into any lifestyle and adds, '. . . the 20 minutes twice a day spent practicing the TM technique has nothing to do with what you choose to make of the other 23 hours and 20 minutes of your day'. She quotes filmmaker David Lynch who said, 'That's the whole thing . . . . You have a foundation you can leap off and go to any place you want.' (more)

David Lynch on meditation, success, and happiness
20 January 2015 - Filmmaker David Lynch discusses his life and success in an interview with Bob Roth, Executive Director of the David Lynch Foundation and host of a weekly radio show, Success Without Stress with Bob Roth. 'What I liked about Transcendental Meditation was you don't have to join anything,' Lynch said. 'It's your technique. Once you learn, it's yours for the rest of your life. And what happens is you become more you. You get more ideas, more energy to fulfill them.' (more)

From utopia to Hollywood and back
17 January 2015 - Norman Zierold's life story is rich with stories of multiple college degrees (including a bachelor's degree from Harvard University), the publication of several books, television appearances, and Hollywood associations. In engaging excerpts from his conversational autobiography, That Reminds Me, Mr Zierold tells how he started the Transcendental Meditation technique, and how it changed his life. (more)

Martin Scorsese and Ray Dalio talk creativity, meditation and success
16 January 2015 - At a recent private fund-raising dinner for the David Lynch Foundation, director Martin Scorsese and global hedge fund leader Ray Dalio gave personal accounts of how the Transcendental Meditation technique opens up new levels of their creativity and promotes health and success in their lives. 'There's only one thing you can do. Meditate, calm it down, and then, afterwards, deal with the realities,' said Mr Scorcese. According to Mr Dalio, the benefits from Transcendental Meditation accrue over time. 'The thing to convey is how it compounds. It keeps getting better for however long you're meditating. Next year will be better and the year after that will be better,' he said. Both Mr Dalio and Mr Scorsese spoke highly of the work of the David Lynch Foundation to bring TM to at-risk populations who can benefit most from its stress-reducing effects. (more)

Awaken your brain for peak performance
14 January 2015 - When the mind experiences the state of deep inner silence during Transcendental Meditation, the brain achieves its maximum level of coherence or brain integration. These coherent brainwaves are in the Alpha region, which indicate a unique combination of relaxation and alertness not seen in other meditation practices. Enlightenment Magazine examines the findings of leading researchers on how the practice of Transcendental Meditation affects the performance of world-class athletes, outstanding musicians, and top-level CEOs. (more)

'A few individuals rising to totality are enough to raise the national consciousness to its full dignity' - Maharishi, 12 January 1978
12 January 2015 - Today the Global Country of World Peace is holding its annual conference celebrating the achievements of the worldwide programmes founded by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. On this day in 1978, Maharishi described the mechanics of bringing enlightenment to every individual and invincibility to every nation through his Transcendental Meditation programme: 'The totality of life will be open to our awareness. This is how just a few individuals rising to totality are enough to raise the national consciousness to its full dignity. Life in the nation is according to the laws of nature, health is perfect, nature is balanced, and every individual is able to fulfil all his desires without harming the interests of any other person. In fact, his success brings success to others. The technique of Transcendental Meditation cultures individual activity in such a way that the interests of the nation as a whole are upheld.' (more)

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