The National Institutes of Health have awarded over $26 million to research the effectiveness of TM for reducing stress and improving heart health. Findings have been published in leading, scientific journals, including The American Journal of Cardiology and the American Heart Association’s Hypertension and Stroke. Key findings include:
TM has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to enhance both productivity and satisfaction in one’s personal and professional life.
The prerequisites to peak performance – focus, creativity, broad comprehension, proactivity and planning – occur when the brain, and particularly the prefrontal cortex, is functioning coherently. Several rigorous studies have demonstrated that Transcendental Meditation – more than any other technique – enhances the brain’s coherent functioning.
Workplace stress is regarded as one of the foremost epidemics in our time – hampering productivity and job satisfaction and increasing risk of mental and physical illness. For professionals under high stress, the TM technique will prove an invaluable tool for achieving sustained levels of performance.
While America ranks high on any measure of wealth, it continues to score near the bottom of work-life balance ratings. Through helping to relieve stress and tension and increasing energy, TM allows professionals to have more left over at the end of the day – which naturally translates into improved family relationships and satisfaction with their quality of life.
Cardiovascular disease continues to be the number one cause of death in the United States. The following findings, largely produced from long-term National Institutes of Health-funded studies, are unprecedented.
Read the American Heart Association’s clinical recommendation on the Transcendental Meditation technique.
For more information on the benefits of the TM technique in personal and professional life, purchase a copy of Transcendence: Healing and Transformation through Transcendental Meditation. A 2011 New York Times best-selling book, Transcendence was written by Dr. Norman E. Rosenthal, MD, a world renowned medical researcher credited with the discovery of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and the development of light therapy treatments.