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9 December 2013
The Excellence in Action page of Global Good News is featuring this article with photos.
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In a recent post, New York-based fashion blogger Madison Stephens, practising Transcendental Meditation since elementary school, describes some of the many good effects she enjoys from the practice.
''My daily meditation not only improves my mood, but it reduces my anxiety, gently washing it out of my nervous system, releasing stressful toxins and purifying my system. It cools my temper, creates an inner peace, and eases my interactions. And, beyond myself, the practice promotes social harmony.
''As research proves, when we do good for ourselves, elevating our own consciousness, we lift the global consciousness. . . . The extensive scientific research and study of TM proves its positive effects to lower crime, violence, and stress within communities. There's no greater example than at-risk schools, where the David Lynch Foundation has taught grade-schoolers to meditate and they have simultaneously become better students. . . .
''From Baby Boomers to Gen Y, the 'need' to constantly refresh social media is erased, as meditation releases the obsession, so that in each precious twenty-minute session, I'm recharged, reset, and rebalanced. There is nothing as pure and inspiring as my evening meditation. And, with each session, the benefits expand upon one another, so that this ball of consciousness grows and grows, and I am continually evolving into my truest self.''
Enjoy the full article on the Excellence in Action page.
Madison Stephens' blog about Transcendental Meditation was reprinted from the website Refinery 29.
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