What happens during Transcendental Meditation practice?
Author Rose Hoffmann
You don’t need a “meditation room” to meditate, but sometimes it’s hard to find a place when your life is go go go. Here are some ideas to help you out, no matter where you find yourself.
Meet Bob: The Man Who Teaches Meditation To Middle-School Students, Celebrities, And The Homeless Alike
Bob Roth talks about his beginnings with the Transcendental Meditation technique and how it “blossomed into a calling to help people around the world.”
There are many different meditations being practiced today, but different meditations have different methods, practices, and results. Let’s not compare apples to oranges. In 1 minutes and 31 seconds, renowned psychiatrist Norman Rosenthal explains the difference between the TM technique and Mindfulness Meditation.
“…there’s a kind of a peacefulness that I don’t think I’ve ever achieved before. Really. And I must say that it has made a major difference….I find that I can’t do without it.”
“Think before you act.” We’ve all heard it. Easier said than done, though, right? I know what it’s like; I’m guessing you do; and I’m certain Russell Brand does. Watch this video to find out how Brand has cultivated the ability to “step back,” and how it’s changed his perspective on life.
David Lynch Foundation executive director, Bob Roth, interviews Cameron Diaz on her personal practice of the Transcendental Meditation technique.
Jerry Seinfeld: “The Thing That I Love More Than Money, More Than Love, More Than Just About Anything”
Everyone’s got some of this, although many don’t have enough, and I rarely meet a person who doesn’t want more. And it’s not…well, watch and find out for yourself what Jerry Seinfeld calls “the greatest riches in human life,” and how you can get more.
Many people think meditation means having to control your mind in some way. But what if you’re not good at that? Ellen DeGeneres had the same thought, and discusses how the TM technique fits into that paradigm.
Town & Country writer Ash Carter explores how the TM technique connects the lives of film director David Lynch and music producer Rick Rubin, who he dubs “The Wizards Of Weird.”