Why Students Should Start Transcendental Meditation

Students in today's universities have become increasingly exposed to higher levels of stress as they face the challenges of balancing studies, extracurricular activities, and personal relationships. With the pressure of maintaining high academic standings, students often forget to consider what's most important: their personal health and well-being.

Transcendental Meditation—a mental technique practiced by people of all ages and cultures across the globe—provides students with a simple, natural tool to reduce stress and anxiety, improve mental performance, build and maintain meaningful relationships, and stay well rested.

How Transcendental Meditation Benefits Students

Investing In Your Future

In university, students form a foundation on which their future successes are built on. The skills they learn, connections they make, and habits they form will enable them to navigate new challenges as they build their careers and pursue their passions.

Much like a university education, learning Transcendental Meditation is a valuable investment in a young person's life. TM is an investment that contributes to learning, development, and a successful future. It serves as a tool to help achieve sustained success throughout their life.

Getting The Most Out Of Your Education

Scientific research studies shows that Transcendental Meditation produces a state of peace for both your mind and your body. The deep physiological rest gained during TM allows your body to dissolve deep-rooted stress and accumulated fatigue. When your nervous system is less tense, our memory functions improve and critical thinking and problem solving require less effort. This helps students get the most out of their university experience by improving the retention of classroom lessons and improving academic performance.

How To Learn Transcendental Meditation

Introductory Talks on Transcendental Meditation are held regularly across Canada. Register for an intro talk near you.

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Fred Travis, PhD

Dr Fred Travis, Centre for Brain, Consciousness and Cognition, Iowa, USA

"Within two or three months of TM, we begin to see high levels of integration of frontal brain connectivity. Interestingly, that integration does not disappear after the practice —increasingly, that orderly brain functioning is brought into daily activity."

Coral Morales, Filmmaker

"What I appreciate most when I meditate is the inner calm and deep rest. It makes my mind clearer - and my day so much smoother."

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