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Life without stress
by Monalisa Sen
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20 November 2005
On 20 November 2005 Financial Express reported:
As the workplace gets more and more stressful, corporations around the world are looking into healing techniques that promise to make life and work easier. The Transcendental Meditation Programme (TM) was one of three such approaches examined by Financial Express reporter Monalisa Sen as popular solutions used by businesses in India.
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Subhash Chandra Mishra, a TM teacher at Nodia ashram near Delhi, told Sen that many executives from big corporations including South India Research Institute Ltd, Indian Aluminium Company, Oriental Bank of Commerce, and Tata Unisys have become involved in the five-day Transcendental Meditation Programme founded by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Sen noted that the technique has been adopted by more than six million people around the world.
Sen went on to cite an example of an engineer whose wife convinced him to learn TM to address his elevated stress levels and constant headaches. After only six days of practising TM, both stress levels and headaches dissappeared.
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