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  • Meditation, properly understood and properly practiced, is a systematic means to turn the attention powerfully within,

  • to experience and explore deeper levels of mind, quieter levels of human awareness, until

  • the mind is completely settled in the simplest state of human awareness. Through Transcendental

  • Meditation one can slip into a "zone," if you like, in which you are thoroughly alert,

  • profoundly relaxed, very joyful in spirits, but unfocused on anything in particular. It's

  • not a thing that you're happy about, and yet you're joyful. It's not a thing that you're

  • thinking about specifically, and yet you're alert. You're not asleep but you're profoundly

  • relaxed. It's a really curious state that is a thing in itself. One thing about Transcendental

  • Meditation, and you hear this from many people who've tried a bunch of different techniques

  • to get to this state, is it's one of the simplest, most practical and effortless ways of accessing

  • the transcendent. In this meditative state the body gains a deep state of rest, deeper

  • than sleep, and deep-seeded stress is dissolved, providing an affective prevention and treatment

  • for stress-related illness, removing the deleterious effects of stress on health and brain functioning.

  • It's a systematic technique to develop the full potential of mind and body.

Meditation, properly understood and properly practiced, is a systematic means to turn the attention powerfully within,

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Meditation Techniques: Transcendental Meditation Introduction

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    Hhart Budha posted on 2014/06/14
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