Transendental Meditation

Transendental meditation is an extremely simple and successful meditation technique, practiced all over the world, resulting in amazing practical benefits to all areas of life. Introduced to the western world in the late fifties, by a guru named Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, transendental meditation is now recognised as one of the more popular and practical methods of reaching a state of rumination. Offering a particularly unique method of reaching profound quality of rest to the mind and body, it enables us to release stress and tiredness in a very natural way. Transendental meditation does not however involve nor require any particular faith or belief. It simply utilises the natural tendency of the mind to relax in a very calm and peaceful way, experiencing the least energized state of consciousness, thus a state of restful ‘alertness’ and reflection.

The Mantra meditation technique is all that is required in practicing transendental meditation, involving the conscious and mindful repetition of a particular sound or word pleasing to the mind, in order to achieve what is known a state of ‘restful alertness’. Whether it be a mantra meaning ‘revealed sound’ given to you by a guru or a personally chosen word or sound pleasing to the mind, both methods will bring about immense benefit. It is imperative you do not confuse a mantra with religious chants.

Further information on Transendental meditation and its benefits, can these days be found in books, cd’s, dvd’s and research on the internet. It is now well established in nearly all countries, worldwide. While currently costing an average of about $2500.00 to get started this can pose a dilemma for many people understandably, however, Project meditation was designed and created offering everyone the experience of these life changing benefits that meditation has to offer. Free of Charge! Listed below are just some of the reasons why thousands of people have downloaded our free, simple, nonetheless very effective meditation course:

  • Increased serotonin which influences moods and behaviour. Low levels of which are associated with insomnia, depression and headaches.
  • Reduces anxiety/panic attacks, as meditation helps to lower the levels of blood lactate.
  • Boosts self confidence.
  • Greatly improves energy, strength and vigour.
  • Assists in stress and tension reduction.
  • Helps to alleviate symptoms of P.M.T.
  • Increases concentration and strengthens the mind.
  • An aid in reducing heart disease.
  • Helps with weight loss.
  • Helps to boost the immune system.

People, who meditate using transendental meditation, find it to be one of the simplest and most practical methods of reaching a state of rumination, adults and children alike, particularly those leading hectic lives, leaving no time for reflection. Other techniques often require more time to set aside to practice and may also require a considerable amount more consideration and contemplation. Twenty minutes twice a day, sitting comfortably with the eyes closed is all that is required in transendental meditation. It is even possible to practice on the bus, train, lunch hour, virtually anywhere in fact that is safe and comfortable to sit with eyes closed for those twenty minutes.

By Kiks

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