TM Transcendental Meditation and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi - AmAre guide


TM Transcendental Meditation and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi - AmAre guide

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TM Transcendental Meditation and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi: an AmAre guide to Transcendental Meditation, from India to Fairfield (Iowa) to the world. Many became familiar with Transcendental Meditation in the 60s and 70s, many are becoming aware of its benefits now, thanks to Oprah Winfrey visiting Fairfield (Iowa) and starting to practice TM together with her team. This book is useful to all readers, no matter how long or short their experience with Transcendental Meditation is.

TM Transcendental Meditation and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi - AmAre guide introduces you to the benefits, historic background, scientific research, and people who developed Transcendental Meditation, also known as TM, and to the life, teachings and legacy of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.

Transcendental Meditation is a natural, effortless procedure practiced 20 minutes twice a day. You practice it while sitting comfortably with the eyes closed. Transcendental Meditation is a procedure, not a religion, nor philosophy. The Transcendental Meditation technique and the Transcendental Meditation movement were introduced in India in the mid-1950s by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (1914–2008).

Transcendental Meditation has been studied by more than five million people worldwide. People of all ages, cultures, and religions are benefiting daily from practicing TM regularly. Transcendental Meditation is one of the most popular of all meditation techniques.

Famous Transcendental Meditation practitioners include: Oprah Winfrey, Paula Abdul, Jane Asher, Pattie Boyd, Russell Brand, Charles Bukowski, Deepak Chopra, Stephen Collins, Candy Crowley, Ashley Deans, Clint Eastwood, Mia Farrow, William Gibson, Merv Griffin, singer, John Hagelin, George Hamilton, Ben Harper, George Harrison, Goldie Hawn, Louise Hay, Mick Jagger, Mitch Kapor, Lenny Kravitz, Igor Kufayev, Cynthia Lennon, John Lennon, David Lynch, Shirley MacLaine, Martina Navratilova, Mehmet Oz (Dr. Oz), Tony Schwartz, Martin Scorsese, Jerry Seinfeld, Ringo Starr (The Beatles), Howard Stern, Andrew Sullivan.

In "TM Transcendental Meditation and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi - AmAre guide" we also introduce AmAre as an approach to cultivate joyful living for the benefit of all beings. In Italian, AmAre means “to love”; in English, interconnectedness: (I)Am (we) are. AmAre stands for being:
A – Aware and Accepting
M – Meaningful and Motivated
A – Active and Attentive
R – Resilient and Respectful
E – Eating properly and Exercising

The "M" of AmAre was initially meant to stand for Meditation, and you will greatly benefit from learning and practicing TM. AmAre is not associated with the TM movement, however it shares with other TM practitioners many of the sources of wisdom (Dharma, Vedanta, meditation, etc.) the TM movement blossoms from.

Please note: this book is an overview of Transcendental Meditation, showing its historic background, positive effects, etc. If you want to learn TM, you can speak with a certified TM teacher. No book, tape, etc. can substitute the one to one experience.

The information provided here are not a personal medical advice or instruction. No action should be taken based solely on this content. Readers should consult appropriate health professionals on any matter relating to their health and well being. The information and opinions provided here are believed to be accurate and sound, based on the best judgment available to the author, but readers who fail to consult appropriate health authorities assume the risk of any injuries. We are not responsible for errors or omissions.