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Meditate through the pain

Our body has much more power to heal itself than we know. Transcendental meditation reduces stress,  anxiety and improves individual behaviour.

According to two studies conducted at the University of Drew Charles in Los Angeles and the University of Hawaii in the United States, transcendental meditation can help you reduce depression, anxiety and even stress in everyday life.

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Participants who took part in surveys conducted by these studies were people over the age of 55 with risk of cardiovascular disorders. The results showed that those who practiced meditation showed a reduction of depressive symptoms.

Depression is considered an important risk factor in many cases of cardiovascular disease, so the benefits of this ancient practice is twofold. Gary Kaplan, a professor of neurology at the University of New York School of Medicine explained “any technique that does not involve additional medication in this segment of the population is welcome.” An opinion that is shared by other national and international experts.

True meditation is easy and enjoyable to do, can be learned by anyone and brings immediate results. The Transcendental Meditation technique is taught individually by a teacher with the proper training that can lead anyone to experience transcendence in a natural way.

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Transcendental meditation is simple, natural and easy to learn. It is a mental technique, practiced for 15-20 minutes twice a day (one in the morning and one in the afternoon). It helps provide a rest twice as deep as sleep, and lessens (if not eliminates) stress.

  • Inner peace and happiness: significant reduction of stress hormones and increased hormones of happiness
  • Integral brain development: significant increase in EEG coherence
  • Improves cardiovascular health
  • Helps in the liberation of addictions like tobacco, alcohol and other drugs
  • Reduces anxiety and bad cholesterol levels, and fight insomnia and metabolic syndrome

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