I just started going back to this. Lucid dreams.
I had found some interesting videos too. This could be good for meditations and relaxing.
but every one can find a way to make it work for them. What works for me might not work for you.
You need headphones for these below. Its very interesting.
here is one place I found on YouTube.
This thread got me excited about combining transcendental meditation with yoga because I wanted try levitating. So I did.
Then I started getting complaints from Swamis and the FAA. Apparently you need a pilates license.
As a performer you might be interested in this article http://www.irishtimes.com/news.../1224327432119.html# "I still work as a musician and I do a form of stand-up comedy and I teach kick-boxing. The challenges don’t change but what has changed is my ability to meet those challenges."
I've found TM very fulfilling. I think it's taught personally to ensure effectiveness. You benefit from hearing the experiences of others who learn on same day. It is different from other meditation techniques, has different brain functioning allowing transcending. Don't think about it too much just try it, you will be glad Best wishes.
Here's the problem, Lakshmi - you have to pay a LOT of money to "just try it".
That (hopefully) tends to make people think.
(Me, I've always wanted to "just try" some of the best restaurants in Paris; I'm sure I would find the experience very fulfilling. Hell, I could even go to several of them for less than it would cost me to "just try" TM.)
that's literally called "pimping." it usually stirs debate among purists.
someone out there is offering it for free or dirt cheap if it is in fact a benefit to society.
i wish the same could be said for modern medicine in usa.
some serve. others take the "hypocritic oath." cha CHING
Oh yeah, and I finally looked at that article:
"Just try it", eh? That is, if you can get a loan.
It occurs to me by the way that if TM is as powerful as claimed and given how many very affluent people are involved with it, the organization could offer it free to at least those out of work or otherwise with minimal incomes, knowing that it would go a long way towards helping them overcome those situations.
Don't watch for that to happen any time soon.
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