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Where was the thought before we thought it? Maharishi explains the mechanics of Transcendental Meditation
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6 July 2011
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The article features an explanation by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the Transcendental Meditation Programme, of the subtle mechanics of the thinking process, and how the technique expands the conscious thinking mind and develops full mental potential.
'It is very amazing that, even though all of us, we have been thinking right from the beginning of our life—but rarely we have thought where was the thought before we thought it?' Maharishi explains.
He goes on to say, 'In Transcendental Meditation we experience the thought on the ordinary thinking level—on the surface level of the mind, on the conscious thinking level—and appreciate its finer states until the conscious mind reaches the source of thought and thereby the conscious mind expands.' This is how full mental potential develops through the practice, he explains.
'Imagine the development in all fields of civilization, when every man will be using his full potential,' Maharishi concludes.
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