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Can meditation cut holiday stress
by Kristen Schorsch
Iowa City Press-Citizen Translate This Article
27 December 2004
On December 26, 2004 the Iowa City Press-Citizen recommended an upcoming lecture on the Transcendental Meditation Programme to help readers reduce holiday stress. The article also discussed plans by the Transcendental Meditation organization to build a local Peace Palace. 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 field of culture.
Dr Alarik Arenander, director of The Brain Research Institute at the Maharishi University School of Management in Fairfield, will be giving a lecture in Iowa City this week on physical and emotional reactions to stress.
The article also quoted Linda Rainforth, director of the Iowa City Transcendental Meditation/Peace Palace, regarding holiday stress. 'There are a larger number of additional pressures that people feel this time of year,' Rainforth said. She emphasized that learning techniques to relieve tension will help people increase energy, achieve balance, and improve their entire well-being.
The article also mentioned plans for a Peace Palace to be built in Iowa City. Rainforth said that the Transcendental Meditation organization has found a building site and plans to build a 5,000-square-foot Peace Palace. The palace would include administrative offices, classrooms, and rooms built specifically for group meditation.
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