Meditation Creativity, Performance & Stress

Meditation to Boost Business Performance, Morale & Creativity

Mehemet OZI am so looking forward to joining my friends, Drs. Mehmet Oz and Pamela Peeke on February 11th at The New York Town Hall forum in promoting a cause that I believe is going to be really important — getting Transcendental Meditation into business.  I believe that doing so will not only help business men and women be more effective in their work but, more important, make them feel less stressed and more fulfilled in their efforts.

Andrew SorkinThe panel discussion will be moderated by Andrew Ross Sorkin, someone I am really looking forward to meet, based on hearing him on CNBC’s Squawk Box  where his opinions are always worth listening to.

The event will be sponsored by the David Lynch Foundation, a non-profit organization that I have long held in high esteem for their work in bringing TM to some of those who need it most — children in disadvantaged schools, wounded warriors, teenage street workers, and the homeless — people who have often been overlooked.  In many of these instances DLF has made a huge difference and turned around the lives of those they have helped. Next week’s Town Hall forum will address business leaders on how meditation boosts business performance, morale and creativity.

[Video 3:58] Norman Rosenthal: How Meditation Can Help Your Business

In short, it is an honor to be part of this new enterprise and I look forward to telling you about it and sharing photos with you afterwards. If you want to know more about this event, check out the following link:

Link to Invite: http://townhallny.davidlynchfoundation.org/

If you are interested in this subject, TM for business, I wrote a Huff Post article, Meditation to Boost Morale, Performance and Creativity in Business


Wishing you Light & Transcendence,




For more information regarding meditation and its benefits you may wish to read my book, “Transcendence: Healing and Transformation Through Transcendental Meditation.”

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2 Replies to “Meditation Creativity, Performance & Stress”

  1. C.Rajeev says:

    Dear doctor,

    I used to listen to many Western music in YouTube like ” Shake it off” by Taylor Swift and many more Western hit albums viz., ” Hold my hands” by Micheal Jackson-Akon, etc etc……The list is endless….

    But, after listening for some time, the hip hop beats create an uneasy/ uncomfortable sensation within the mind.,even though it was motivating in the beginning.

    Subsequently, I am tempted to listen to some melodious and refined music so that my mind can stay calmer.

    The calmer bour mind is, the more energetic and steady we feel .

    We have to keep our mind calmer so that we can deal better with a variety of happenings /events in life.

    But, we cannot say that we must refrain from listening to jolly Western music.

    But, we have to set certain limits or boundaries to our sensory enjoyment which includes television/ video entertainment, music, and other types of fun.

    Setting limitations to our lifestyle makes us evolved and matured human beings .

  2. C.Rajeev says:

    I have just now read the book ” Meditation and Life” written by a famous Indian seer, Swami Chinmayananda. He has a deep understanding of spirituality and meditation. His books are real testimonies of his profound knowledge on the subject.

    The relevant website address is..


    I kindly request all meditators to read a few of his books to get an insight into his perspectives on meditation and life.

    He approaches meditation and its allied subjects in a much efficient manner. His English proficiency is very superb.


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