The Transcendental Meditation
("TM") technique is the most amazing thing you will
ever learn to do (see research below).
The TM program is taught world-wide by highly-qualified instructors.
Transcendental Meditation does not require
the ability to concentrate. It is not a religion, yet it is practiced by people of religious faiths around the globe!
the Transcendental Meditation technique has been endorsed by the U.S.
Department of Veteran's Affairs for the rapid, successful treatment
of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The TM technique is enjoyed, similarly, by "First Responders" ... and by sufferers of Domestic PTSD.
Please see "Oprah Winfrey on Transcendental Meditation" (3:00)
Many options for
affording the course fee for learning "TM" now exist:
The David Lynch Foundation provides
assistance for certain groups to learn Transcendental Meditation, including U.S. veterans -
search for (or donate to) these programs at
attend a pleasant fund-raiser and listen to the experiences of interesting celebrities who enjoy using the Transcendental Meditation technique.
LYNCH FOUNDATION BENEFIT
HEALING THE HIDDENWOUNDS OF WAR
Transcendental Meditation to
1,000 Veterans and Active-Duty Military
BENEFIT DINNER & CONVERSATION
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2017
The Plaza, New York City
Reception 6 pm
| Dinner 7 pm (see "NY Daily News")
course fee for Transcendental Meditation may also be easily financed through Citibank educational
loans, regardless of your student or non-student status. (The standard re-payment
is $45 per month.)
search and share "Questions About the TM Organization and Course Fee" at
Lastly, assistance to learn Transcendental Meditation for individuals
on a restricted income is now available:
You may find information on this generous program at
Cross Health Insurance Statistics, 1987 (see this study)
I hope that you have the
opportunity to enjoy the Transcendental Meditation technique of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi very soon!
Please see further scientific research on the health benefits of practicing Transcendental Meditation
Bill Torrington (a thirty-nine year "TM-er")