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Web site and live toll-free telephone info line offer comprehensive knowledge on Transcendental Meditation
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6 February 2007
The rapidly rising interest in Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation Programme worldwide is leading increasing numbers of information-seekers to the Transcendental Meditation web site, www.tm.org.
This web site offers a full range of knowledge about the TM Programme, including:
- its benefits for every area of human life;
- intoductory videos;
- scientific research on the TM technique and its advanced aspect, the TM-Sidhi programme including Yogic Flying; and
- related programmes.
The web site also gives an overview of the seven-step course for learning Transcendental Meditation, offered through Maharishi Peace Palaces and Maharishi Enlightenment Centres, and assistance in locating the nearest centre.
www.tm.org also features a toll-free telephone number: 1-888-LEARN-TM (1-888-532-7686), available for callers in North America. (Note: www.tm.org also includes links for more information—including where to learn Transcendental Meditation—worldwide.)
To meet the increasing demand for information, this toll-free number now has a team of knowledgeable people to answer calls and questions directly, in person, 7 days a week from 9.00am - 10.00pm US Eastern Time. Callers are helped with whatever information they need, and may also be transferred to a local teacher of Transcendental Meditation, or other centre, as appropriate.
Also, progress is being made in making www.tm.org and other significant web sites about all the knowledge and programmes founded by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi highly accessible to everyone, via the most widely-used internet search engines.
For further information about the extensive scientific research on Transcendental Meditation, please visit: www.tm.org/research. For its benefits particularly in reducing stress and anxiety, visit: www.tm.org/stress.
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