In your TM course, you were probably surprised by the simplicity and effortlessness of the practice, which results from the nature of the mind to seek happiness. It is therefore spontaneously drawn into the bliss of silence, like a river flowing towards the ocean. We just go with that flow. We don’t look for silence (that would be counter-productive) we only have to ‘let it be’ (be innocent) and silence naturally overtakes. This is known as the process of Yoga or integration of life.
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For a busy magazine editor bringing up four kids virtually alone, inner peace is not something that’s easy to come by. And I know I’m not the only one. Now, with Transcendental Meditation (TM), it’s possible to enjoy it every day, twice a day. TM was brought to the world 50 years ago by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi as a revival of the basic
Meditation has been described as a way to uplift and energise; a way of experiencing your “true self’ by reaching a deeper level of consciousness. It is claimed that during meditation, mind and body become one, each totally aware of the other on a more profound level. On this basis, a sustained programme of meditation