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A Story of Survival and Hope

by Barbara Howard on June 17, 2014
Transcendental Meditation was the saving grace for Tom North, author of True North: The Shocking Truth About “Yours, Mine and Ours.” Unlike the movie, this family had deep, dark secrets. They appeared to be the blissful Beardsleys, the happily blended family—eight of Helen...
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LA Charter Cuts Suspensions with Quiet Time

by Bibi Tran on May 12, 2014
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A new mini documentary, hosted by Arrested Development television star, Judy Greer, features an up-close look at how Transcendental Meditation (TM) is helping to lower stress, improve grades, and create a positive and supportive learning environment for students, faculty and parents...
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TM Can Decrease Teacher Burnout: New Research

by Bibi Tran on April 29, 2014
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A new study published in The Permanente Journal (Vol. 18, No.1) shows the Transcendental Meditation technique can substantially reduce teacher burnout. Research indicates that stress and burnout are pervasive problems among employees, with teachers being especially vulnerable to unsustainable levels of job stress....
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Empowering At-Risk Students at New Horizons High

by Bibi Tran on April 01, 2014
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Failing grades, truancy, and a high rate of adjudication have made up the experience of a majority of students at New Horizons High School in New Haven, CT — at least that was the situation in the past. In the Fall...
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Everyday Health: No-Cost, Drug-Free Therapy for Autism

by Bibi Tran on March 06, 2014
Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) affect one in 88 children. A recent article from Everyday Health reports that Transcendental Meditation may be a valuable “no cost, drug-free, add-on therapy ” to help families cope with ASDs. “Some symptoms can be treated with medication,...
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Yahoo Finance: Managing Stress on Wall Street

by Bibi Tran on March 03, 2014
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Stress costs the American workplace up to $300 billion annually, according to the World Health Organization. Stress is a leading cause of heart disease, depression, drug-dependency and has recently lead to multiple cases of suicide within the business community. To help...
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Two Award Celebrations for One Great Cause

by Bibi Tran on March 01, 2014
To highlight its recent fundraising drive in Los Angeles to bring Transcendental Meditation to at-risk youth, the Foundation honored two music legends on January and February 2014. Both celebrations featured star-studded musical performances as well as moving accounts of transformation from...
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A message from David Lynch

I started Transcendental Meditation in 1973 and have not missed a single meditation ever since. Twice a day, every day. It has given me effortless access to unlimited reserves of energy, creativity and happiness deep within.

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