TM Will Give You a More Positive Attitude

The Beatles loved it – Paul still does.  Jerry Seinfeld swears by it. But Transcendental Meditation (TM) has no red carpet or big, brawny bouncer. Yes, it’s the mission of famed trippy movie director David Lynch’s foundation, but meditation is for everyone. For those of you suffering from the range of depressive orders who are tired of taking pills and getting beat down, this is worth a look.

Free and drug-free, investing a little time now to try it the right way will pay off big before you know what hit you. That’s why we’re starting virtual learning sessions. Once you get trained, it’s a lifelong skill. It’s even good for your heart.


What’s all the excitement about?

If you’d like to get involved in the next training cycle, please fill out a seat saver form and we’ll be in touch with next steps. If you’re still not sure about Transcendental Meditation, keep reading and you’ll see it’s worth a go.

The benefits of ™ fall into one big category. “You feel better.” More at peace with yourself and happier with the life you’re leading. You’re chilled out. Science backs this up. From the National Library of Science, here’s their landmark study on just how ™ works. And guess what? It’s about your how it’s good for your heart. Why? Because it reduces stress. Stress is a killer, we know this. 

How the classes work online

Ther entire course runs for four weeks, with one one-hour class each week. To sign up for our next class, do just that. Click the button below and we’ll send you the link to the live Facebook broadcast. It’s that easy.


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