Transcendental Meditation

Transcendental Meditation is another technique that aid self-discovery and healing and is a perfect complement to Past Life Healing Therapy. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi developed the Transcendental Meditation technique about 60 years ago. He rose to fame in the West when he became guru to The Beatles.

I was given my mantra by Professor M.A. Narasimhan in Mysore, India, in 2015. I have practiced Transcendental Meditation almost every day since.

Transcendental Meditation is a simple, effective mental technique which allows the mind to transcend, or settle beyond thought, into silence; that most powerful state of awareness. It does not involve any mental control or any active thought process. Transcendental Meditation takes just 20 minutes, twice a day, sitting comfortably with the eyes closed. You repeat a very simple (one word) mantra until your thoughts settle. You then drop the mantra and observe the silence. If you find yourself participating in your thoughts (and not merely observing your thoughts) then you can reintroduce the mantra and find the silence again. It is a simple and powerful meditation technique.

“When, through meditation, the conscious mind expands to embrace deeper levels of thinking, the thought wave becomes more powerful and results in added energy and intelligence.” – Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.

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3 thoughts on “Transcendental Meditation

  1. Hi, nice article. Do you think that TM will only work if mantra is given by certified teacher? Or can any word be used? I have found some TM mantras online and it looks that they are assigned based on current year, age and gender of a practitioner. So could I just pick up mantra from the list? Thank you in advance! All the best!


    1. Thank you so much for your feedback and taking the time to read my article.

      In answer to your question, you should be fine to select a mantra from the list you refer to. Just make sure the word/ mantra has no meaning to you or special significance or else the mind will wonder. Good luck and warm regards


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      1. Hey Damian. Thank you for your answer. This is also what other resources, I researched, states: any meaningless word will do. Thank you again and good luck with your practice!


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