Transcendental Meditation Visualized [Infographic]
I wrote Transcendence: Healing and Transformation Through Transcendental Meditation (Tarcher-Penguin,2011) because I simply had to. Transcendental Meditation (TM) had done so much good both for my patients and myself, had such strong research backing, and was so pleasant and easy to do that I felt the urge to share these experiences as seen through the eyes of a doctor, scientist and TM practitioner. The infographic below is brought to you as a resource and extension of the book “Transcendence,” which features some of the main points about Transcendental Meditation that I highlighted in the book.
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Transcendental Meditation Visualized – Infographic
The hardcover version of Transcendence contained so many descriptions of people who had dramatic experiences during meditation that I wanted to reassure those who did not have these four-star special effects that they could still derive tremendous benefits from the practice. Here’s how I end the new chapter.
For most people . . . myself included, the effects of TM are subtle and gradual, but cumulative. Yet as the rippling waters of a stream can smooth the edges of the sharpest stone, so can the gentle flow of meditation alter the shape and contours of a person’s life.
I hope that you enjoy the paperback version of Transcendence, and most of all, that you benefit from its contents.
Wishing you Light and Transcendence,
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