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What is it like to meditate? Students in UK share their experiences
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3 May 2011
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The article features students at Maharishi School in West Lancashire, England, who describe their experiences during the practice of the Transcendental Meditation Technique, and some of the good effects they find it produces in their daily lives.
All the teachers and students at the school practise the technique, which is the foundation of Consciousness-Based Education.
'When I meditate I find that I really relax and unwind,' said one young lady. 'I really . . . feel much calmer than normal. Sometimes I just kind of lose track of time and it's just blissful.'
'It's surprisingly easy,' said another student. 'You recharge your batteries. It's amazing, just 20 minutes.'
The students say that after meditation they feel calm and 'clearheaded' during the day, and that the practice helps them feel less stressed and helps improve their relationships.
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