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Paul McCartney's Unusual Secret
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1 August 2022
On 31 July 2022 National Seniors Australia reported: There aren't too many octogenarians headlining high profile rock concerts but Sir Paul McCartney isn't your average 80-year-old. The rock legend recently took to the stage at Glastonbury (UK) Festival, one of the world's biggest contemporary music festivals, and in so doing, became the oldest solo act to headline the festival. . . . appearing energetic, full of stamina, and with the posture of much younger rockers. What's the secret to his vitality? While Paul attributes much of his good health to his vegetarian diet, he also believes his workout routine [including cross-training and yoga - and Transcendental Meditation] plays a big role. It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programs Maharishi has designed to bring fulfillment to the fields of culture and the arts.
No baby boomer would be surprised that Paul is into Transcendental Meditation (TM). In fact, The Beatles popularised it in the 1960s, inspiring a whole generation to travel ... to India.
He continues to practice TM whenever he gets the chance. 'It's a good thing,' he wrote in a blog post. 'I do the TM and I was lucky because I was taught personally by Maharishi.'*
TM [is practised] about 20 minutes twice a day .... Apparently, it can be good for lowering blood pressure, and reducing stress and anxiety. Paul says it works because 'it's always very good to get a sort of still moment in your day'.
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* Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the worldwide Transcendental Meditation programme.
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