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''The Beatles may have been on to something after all''
by Mario Orsatti
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3 September 2013
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An article recently published in the The Telegraph newspaper in the UK explores benefits the Beatles found from their practice of Transcendental Meditation, which they learned from Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in the late 1960s.
The article also describes a growing body of scientific research showing positive effects of the technique on people's lives.
''Recent studies have shown that it can be used to treat high blood pressure and help people overcome psychological problems,'' writes Telegraph science correspondent Richard Gray.
''The latest research found that US school pupils who performed the meditation technique had higher graduation rates than those who did not.
''In an interview conducted in 2009, Paul McCartney and drummer Ringo Starr spoke candidly about how the meditation technique helped them. . . . McCartney [said]: 'It is one of the few things anyone has ever given to me that means so much to me. For us, it came at a time when we were looking for something to stabilize us at the end of the crazy sixties.''
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