How can transcendental meditation help stress? This article looks over this practice
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The article, “How Transcendental Meditation Made My Life Less Stressful” by
“Being a millennial, there are two things I’m interested in: ways to make my hectic and nonstop life a little less stressful, and the weird New Age-y thing to try that’ll help get me there. I’ve tried all sorts of things to help calm my mind, body, and soul and help me feel more grounded, from reiki and sound baths to acupuncture and sensory deprivation tanks.
While these have all been pretty wonderful, I needed something more constant and ongoing—particularly something I could do myself from the comfort of my own home/bed/floor. That’s where Transcendental Meditation (TM) came into play.
I have a good friend who started practicing TM a couple years ago when he was going through a particularly rough patch, and while I had no idea what he was talking about at the time, I do remember his new practice really helping him. After talking with him about it, I decided to get in touch with the David Lynch Foundation, the organization responsible for TM’s popularity in America (and yes, it’s run by that David Lynch), and pop by one of its free information sessions to learn more.
Once I realized that this was definitely something I wanted to pursue—mostly out of pure curiosity—I got myself registered for the course.”
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