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Meditation Changed My Life
by Chuck Otto
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17 April 2016
On 7 April 2016 The Public Broadcasting Service's Next Avenue reported: Chuck Otto, a writer/editor and public relations professional who specializes in corporate social responsibility and sustainable business practices, said, Transcendental Meditation 'has earned solid props for dealing with depression, ADHD, PTSD and many other modern toxic stresses. Soldiers, students, business leaders, prisoners, prison guards and numerous celebrity types swear by it.'
He added, 'Speaking from a one-year practitioner's perspective, TM's benefits include a better night's sleep and the ability to let go of negative thoughts and feelings more quickly.' He also said, 'Nighttime rest comes more easily for me now, and the mental rehashing of unpleasant experiences passes more quickly. These gifts alone likely will keep me meditating for the rest of my life.'
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