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Ray Dalio: Transcendental Meditation gives me 'the ability to think clearly, put things in their right place, and have perspective'
26 May 2016 - Ray Dalio, the founder of 160 billion USD hedge-fund company Bridgewater Associates, says that Transcendental Meditation has been 'the single biggest influence' on his life. Mr. Dalio is featured in a new book called 'Super Mind: How to Boost Performance and Live a Richer and Happier Life' by noted clinical psychiatrist Dr. Norman E. Rosenthal, MD. Dr. Rosenthal writes, 'I now think that all high performers have in common, knowingly or unknowingly, qualities and characteristics of the Super Mind. That is, they are calm under pressure and uncannily resilient to stress. They take care of their health, set high standards of innovation and creativity, and are not only intensely engaged in their actions, but also capable of detaching when need be.' About 40 per cent of the 1,400 employees at Bridgewater have taken advantage of learning TM, subsidized by the company. (more)

Transcendental Meditation a lifesaver for veterans with PTSD
24 May 2016 - Relief from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder among those who begin Transcendental Meditation is profiled in two war veterans, one discharged in 2015, one in 1945. The Dispatch-Argus of Quad Cities, a group of towns spanning the Mississippi River in Iowa and Illinois, USA, continues its series on the benefits of TM with a look at dramatic results among veterans. A recently published study conducted at Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center's Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic at Fort Gordon, Georgia found that after a month of practising TM, 83.7 percent of the meditators had stabilized and reduced or stopped their use of psychotropic drugs to treat PTSD. (more)

INTERVIEW: Bob Roth, Executive Director of the David Lynch Foundation
23 May 2016 - Bob Roth, Executive Director of the David Lynch Foundation, discusses his life teaching Transcendental Meditation and his fulfilling work at DLF providing TM to at-risk individuals. He reveals his work's most touching stories and clarifies reasons for the cost of learning TM. He explains that no matter what a person's place in society, 'Whenever any certified TM teacher instructs a person to meditate, the particular role that person plays in life - whether doctor, student, or famous celebrity - falls away. All that's left is a human being.' He concludes, 'I have now been teaching Transcendental Meditation for 44 years, full time. Every morning when I wake up, I feel grateful beyond words that I get to have this profession. It's the most satisfying job.' (more)

Iowa instructors are passionate about Transcendental Meditation
22 May 2016 - A glimpse of the fulfilling lives enjoyed by of teachers of Transcendental Meditation is given by the Dispatch-Argus of Quad Cities, a group of towns spanning the Mississippi River in Iowa and Illinois, USA. The article features David and Claudia Magill who have taught TM in Virginia, California, New York, and now the Quad Cities area since 2010. They have also been involved in teaching TM in programs involving probationers, parolees, the homeless, and victims of domestic violence. (more)

Motherly love: Giving from a position of strength
21 May 2016 - Janet Hoffman, US director of Transcendental Meditation for Women, writes, 'Mothering is for everyone'. In her discussion of how Transcendental Meditation provides a greater capacity for nurturing, she says TM 'provides us with twice-daily experience of inner silence that replenishes our depleted reserves and enlivens our inner connectedness to our deepest sense of Self, which in turn supports our ability to sincerely and authentically connect with, and positively influence, the world around us.' Ms Hoffman touches on benefits from TM such as diminished stress and fatigue 'rewarding us with a naturally relaxed, stress-resilient physiology, and a heart that can spontaneously flow in love and support.' (more)

David Lynch Foundation to host The Super Mind Conversation
20 May 2016 - The David Lynch Foundation is hosting 'The Super Mind Conversation,' featuring bestselling author and psychiatrist Norman Rosenthal, MD, at free public events in New York City, Washington, DC, Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago and Iowa -- May 17, 19, 21, 25, 26, 27, respectively. Dr Rosenthal's new book Super Mind opens the door to peak performance through Transcendental Meditation. As a powerful tool for overcoming stress - even severe PTSD - and enriching all areas of life, Dr Rosenthal weaves the latest clinical research on TM together with the results of over 600 personal interviews he conducted to define the Super Mind state. Tour dates and live streaming information are announced by Look to the Stars web site. (more)

Dual medical degree offered: an MD from St. Martinus University and an MS in Maharishi Ayur-Veda and Integrative Medicine from Maharishi University of Management
19 May 2016 - Maharishi University of Management and the American University of Integrative Sciences School of Medicine located on the Caribbean island of St. Maarten, are offering a seven-year collaborative program of Integrative Medicine. Students undertaking the joint Integrative Medicine program start at MUM, gaining relevant knowledge and skills for attending medical school and receiving a bachelor's degree in Pre-Integrative Medicine. Four years of classes and clinical rotations are then undergone in St. Maartens and American medical facilities. Students graduate with a dual degree: an MD from St. Martinus University Faculty of Medicine and a Master of Science in Maharishi Ayur-Veda and Integrative Medicine from MUM. Dr. Robert Schneider, director of the Institute for Natural Medicine and Prevention at MUM said, 'The students will receive a high level of training in science and in evidence-based approaches to both types of medicine. They will be well qualified to fill the increasing number of job openings in integrative medicine clinics and centers in the U.S.' (more)

Dr Norman Rosenthal on 'Super Mind: How to boost performance and live a richer and happier life through Transcendental Meditation'
17 May 2016 - Dr Norman Rosenthal offers an excerpt from his book Super Mind: How To Boost Performance And Live A Richer And Happier Life Through Transcendental Meditation. He tells the story of how Megan Fairchild, principal ballerina in the New York City Ballet, credits TM for relieving the effects of tension and giving her steadfast courage to undertake a challenging audition and new direction in her career. Dr Rosenthal says, 'I love Megan's story because it shows how the subtle but profound benefits of the TM technique exert their effects on a person's life. Initially there is often relief of stress, decreased anxiety, and greater resilience. These changes are often followed by expansion of consciousness and further personal development.' (more)

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