Over 650 scientific research studies conducted during the past 40 years at more than 250 universities and research institutes in 33 countries have shown that the TM program benefits all areas of an individual’s life: mind, body, behavior, and environment.
The Transcendental Meditation program (TM) and its advanced techniques are scientific, requiring neither specific beliefs nor adoption of a particular lifestyle. Their practice does not involve any effort or concentration.
The Transcendental Meditation technique is easy to learn and does not require any special ability. People of all ages, educational backgrounds, cultures, and religions in countries throughout the world practice it and enjoy its wide range of benefits.
RESEARCH FINDINGS INCLUDE:
Reduced high blood pressure
Reversal of biological aging
Reduced crime and improved quality of life in society
UNIVERSITIES AND RESEARCH CENTERS
Research studies on the Transcendental Meditation Technique have been conducted at more than 200 universities and research centers.
The research has been published in more than 160 major scientific journals such as Science, the American Journal of Physiology, Scientific American, Lancet, the Journal of Counseling Psychology, the International Journal of Neuroscience, the Journal of the Canadian Medical Association, the British Journal of Educational Psychology, and the Journal of Conflict Resolution.
Research indicates that TM technique Meditators on average have the biological age of a person 5 to 12 years younger, as well as significantly reduced incidence of illness and risk of heart disease. Studies also show that TM technique Meditators have warmer interpersonal relationships, less anxiety, increased self-esteem and self-confidence, increased problem-solving ability and greater creativity. The individual spontaneously radiates a purifying and nourishing influence of positivity and harmony in society as a whole.
RECENT SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ON THE TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION TECHNIQUE—LEARN MORE
Research funded by the National Institutes of Health, USA
The National Institutes of Health has granted more than $24 million over the past 20 years to study the effects of the Transcendental Meditation (TM) program and other related programs on cardiovascular disease. LEARN MORE
American Medical Association
Transcendental Meditation May Improve Cardiac Risk Factors with Patients with Coronary Heart Disease. LEARN MORE
American College of Cardiology
Speakers highlighted research on the effects of the Transcendental Meditation technique on cardiovascular disease in a symposium entitled “Integrative Cardiology” during the annual meeting of the American College of Cardiology. LEARN MORE
American Psychological Association
• Brain Integration Scale: Corroborating Language-based Instruments of Post-conventional Development
• Subjective and Objective Markers of Advanced Development in Subjects Practicing Transcendental Meditation