Practice[ edit ] The technique is recommended for 20 minutes twice per day. TM teachers caution their students not to be alarmed by random thoughts and to "attend" to the mantra. Laura Tenant, a reporter for The Independentsaid that her TM experience includes going "to a place which was neither wakefulness, sleeping or dreaming", and becoming "detached from my physical self".
Rosenthal writes that during the training given by a certified TM teacher, "each student is assigned a specific mantra or sound, with instructions on its proper use". Chryssides writes that according to the Maharishi, "using just any mantra can be dangerous"; the mantras for "householders" and for recluses differ.
The Transcendental Meditation mantras are appropriate mantras for householders, while most mantras commonly found in books, such as "Om", are mantras for recluses and "can cause a person to withdraw from life".
Gordon Melton and Bainbridge write that the mantras are assigned by age and gender. Likewise, religious studies scholar Thomas Forsthoefel writes, "the theory of mantras is the theory of sound". Hunt and others say that the mantra used in the Transcendental Meditation technique "has no meaning", but that "the sound itself" is sacred.
Yogi accepted the TM mantras as meaningless sounds.
Experts Introduce the Major Traditions that the mantras used in the TM technique are independent of meaning associated with any languageand are used for their mental sound value alone. The second step is a 45 minute "preparatory lecture", whose topic is the theory of the practice, its origins and its relationship to other types of meditation.
The stated purpose of the ceremony is to show honor and gratitude to the lineage of TM "masters",   or "Holy Tradition"  that is listed in the Maharishi's translation and commentary of the Bhagavad-Gita. The purpose of the follow-up, or "checking sessions", is to verify the practice, give an opportunity for one-on-one contact with a TM teacher, and to address any problems or questions.
According to the TM organization, TM course fees cover "initial training and the lifetime follow-up" program, while helping to "build and maintain TM centers" and schools in India and around the world.
The Maharishi has drawn criticism from yogis and "stricter Hindus" who have accused him of selling "commercial mantras" . At the same time, the Maharishi's "promises of better health, stress relief and spiritual enlightenment" have drawn "devotees from all over the world", despite the fees.
It is based on, and described as a natural extension of the Transcendental Meditation technique. With the introduction of the TM-Sidhi program in it was postulated that the square root of one percent of the population - that is, at least 0. This was referred to as the "Extended Maharishi Effect".
The first part was four weeks long and was offered in both Poland, Maine and Humboldt, California with the final three months being held in Estes Park, Colorado. About people completed the training.
Additionally, TM teachers are trained to speak on the Transcendental Meditation program, teach it to others, provide "personal checking" of their student's meditation, create lectures on related topics, organize and lead advanced TM courses and programs.
At whose door the whole galaxy of gods pray for perfection day and night". Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please do not remove this message until conditions to do so are met. January Learn how and when to remove this template message Scientists have been conducting Transcendental Meditation TM research since the late s and hundreds of studies have been published.
Subsequent research included clinical applications, cognitive effects, mental health, medical costs, and rehabilitation. Beginning in the s, research focused on cardiovascular disease supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health. Some cite design limitations and a lack of methodological rigor   while others assert that the quality is improving and that when suitable assessment criteria are applied, scientific evidence supports the therapeutic value of meditation.
Transcendental Meditation in education Transcendental Meditation in education also known as Consciousness-Based Education is the application of the Transcendental Meditation technique in an educational setting or institution. The Transcendental Meditation technique became popular with students in the s and by the early s centers for the Students International Meditation Society were established at a thousand campuses  in the United States with similar growth occurring in Germany, Canada and Britain.
According to a TM representative, meditation has been included at "over 25 prisons and correctional institutions" in the United States.
Rosenthal says that TM is compatible with "most drug treatment approaches" and could be incorporated into an overall treatment program. He also teaches that the Transcendental Meditation practitioner transcends all mental activity and experiences the 'source of thought', which is said to be pure silence, 'pure awareness' or 'transcendental Being', 'the ultimate reality of life'.
To the extent that our behavior depends on the degree of energy and intelligence available to us, this center of pure creative intelligence may be described as that resource which gives direction to all that we experience, think and do.
Many early studies have reported brain wave patterns not seen in other states of consciousness. One, for instance, studied four Indian meditators who showed prominent alpha-wave activity in their normal resting periods, and a marked increase in the amplitude of their alpha waves during meditation.
He claims that the psychophysiological state gained during the practice of TM is so unique that it qualified as a fourth major state of consciousness. He noted that the state had characteristic brain waves, level of Oxygen consumption and blood chemistry, suggesting that this state is distinctly different from waking, dreaming, and sleeping, as well as altered states such as hypnosis or autosuggestion.How do we decide which theory to use?
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