A great video by celebrity teacher BOB ROTH for a clear insight into TM including the following:
Transcendental Meditation is the purest, simplest, and most effective form of meditation the world has known. It is the pure technique of transcending – settling to the simplest, most powerful state of awareness – untainted by any mind control or thought process.
Transcendental Meditation allows your mind to settle inward beyond thought to the most silent, peaceful level of consciousness – your innermost Self.
Transcendental Meditation allows the mind to simply, naturally and effortlessly transcend thinking and to experience a state of restfully alert consciousness. This deeply restful experience of transcending rejuvenates mind and body, leading to a wide range of benefits in daily life.
Transcendental Meditation is unique. It is fundamentally different from other systems of meditation and relaxation. A recent study on brain activity during meditation, published in the journal “Consciousness and Cognition” identifies three fundamental categories of meditation: focused attention, open monitoring or mindfulness, and automatic self-transcending – a new category introduced by the authors to describe Transcendental Meditation.
Bev has treasured and thoroughly enjoyed teaching Transcendental Meditation to many people since 1977.
“It is such a pleasure and privilege to have an uplifting and inspirational occupation of giving people, from all walks of life and different ages, this incredible, easy to learn technique of Transcendental Meditation. It is truly a gift for life”.
Bev is registered with the Allied Health Professions Council of SA as a Maharishi Ayurveda practitioner.
The Transcendental Meditation Centre is nestled in a beautiful, serene and tranquil two-acre garden in Kloof. The building is perfectly aligned with all the laws of nature ensuring a settled, blissful and harmonious environment which is perfect for learning the technique of Transcendental Meditation.
For more information on Maharishi Sthapatya Veda (perfectly aligned buildings) click here (www.maharishivastu.org)