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Your Brain Waves on Transcendental Meditation
by Cailey Bromer
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14 April 2016
On April 14, 2016 Cailey Bromer, published research and personal insights on beginning the Transcendental Meditation technique in Neuwrite, a collaborative journal maintained by a group of scientists from the University of California, San Diego, Psychology, and Cognitive Science departments, with ties to other universities across the US.
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Cailey says, 'For me, TM has been transformative and invaluable, less for the moments of peaceful relaxation (wonderful in their own right), than for the ever growing awareness of my own needs and limitations, which informs how I respond to various situations in a deeper sense.
To illustrate the heightened alpha and theta brain wave coherence during TM, she quotes David Lynch who says, ''An agitated mind  is like 30-foot surges at the surface of the ocean. Focused awareness tries to stop the waves at the top  while open monitoring tries to observe them until they go away. TM on the other hand,  has its practitioners plunge deep below the waves, to a quieter depth that's perfectly still, and blissful.''
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