Clarity of Mind
People who learn the TM technique often say they're more focused, creative, and productive than ever before.
That's because practicing TM creates alpha brain waves. The Mayo Clinic describes alpha brain waves as being associated with a "relaxed, happy, focused" state of mind.
Stress & Anxiety
Millions of people have found the TM technique greatly reduced stress and anxiety, leads to better sleep, and contributes to a brighter, more positive state of mind.
Researchers at Stanford University found that TM is twice as effective at reducing anxiety compared to other methods.Find out more
The American Heart Association found that the TM technique is the only meditation technique that lowers blood pressure.
Regular practice of TM can also lower you risk of heart attack and stroke.
The most common cause of insomnia is stress and anxiety. Many research studies have found that the TM technique is highly effective at producing a state of deep inner calm.
Many people report an immediate improvement in their sleep quality after learning the TM technique
How Transcendental Meditation Relieves Stress
"People who come to me for relief from stress and stress-related disorders need an effective meditation that's quickly mastered and produces consistent results.
Though TM is a mental technique, due to the mind-body relationship the practice has extensive physiological effects. TM allows the mind to settle very deeply inward—in a natural way. TM teachers call this effortless transcending. It's what sets TM apart and why the technique is so beneficial for mind and body, right from the start." - Gary Kaplan, M.D. Neurologist, NYU Medical School
"There is something about TM. It is the only time I have that stillness. I open my eyes and I'm sad that it's 20 minutes later. It gives me this peaceful feeling—I just love it so much."
Norman Rosenthal Psychiatrist, Author and Researcher
"Before our research was over, three of our clinicians had gotten Transcendental Meditation training. That's how impressed they were with what they saw.
No other stress management technique' has anywhere close to this amount of hard data in support of its claims to reduce stress."