5 great gift ideas for loved ones interested in meditation

Know someone who has or is interested in starting a meditation practice this Holiday Season? Here is a list of 5 great gift ideas that will help your loved ones on their journey to health, wellness, and peace.

1. Books

All of us have books that have a significant impact on our lives. There are many great books out there on Transcendental Meditation, and some of our favourites include:

2. Transcendental Meditation E-Gift Cards

Why not think about giving the gift of health, happiness and peace with Transcendental Meditation. Digital Gift Certificates are available for any amount on our website.

3. A meditation shawl/blanket

A shawl or a blanket can add a sense of relaxation during your meditation since you can get cold from sitting still for an extended period. We recommend a soft but light blanket or shawl to add that sense of comfort to the practice.

4. Aromatherapy (Diffuser/Essential oils)

An essential oil diffuser with soothing scents can help create a calm environment. MAPI.com offers a variety of Aromatherapy options. You can explore some more Maharishi Ayurveda products in their Holiday gift catalogue for giving the gift of wellness to a loved one.

5. A Course/Masterclass

You may be able to find courses and retreats at your local TM centre. If you can’t (perhaps because of the pandemic restrictions in your city), MIU.edu offers online enrichment courses and has a number of online learning options available.

Currently, a special masterclass – “Consciousness: A New Paradigm” is now live with Dr. Tony Nader M.A.R.R (the head of the international Transcendental Meditation organization and the author of the bestselling e-book “One unbounded ocean of Consciousness: Simple answers to the big questions in life”). Live till Dec. 13th the course will also be available online till next year.

Why not give the gift of knowledge and enlightenment to your loved ones.

 

We hope you liked our holiday gift guide. We are wishing you and your loved ones a happy, healthy and peaceful Holiday Season!

 

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