"I have been 'diving within' through the TM technique for over 30 years. It has changed my life, my world ... All these anxieties, fears and things that just kill us - all of those start going away".
Life can be hectic, external pressures and our inner voice can leave us feeling anxious. To unlock negativity and access your inner strength, try TM, an effortless meditation technique proven by science.
The positive impact of meditation on mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression are proven. Transcendental meditation, also known as TM, is one of the many forms of meditation that requires a very small amount of effort on the meditator’s part while allowing them to get rid of anxiety. Characterised by the constant feelings of worry, anxiety can disrupt the day to day life of an individual. Just like any other health condition, anxiety requires proper care and treatment. Practising transcendental meditation for anxiety can significantly ease symptoms such as fast heart rate, restlessness in limbs, and rapid breathing, among others.
For people seeking relief from anxiety naturally, a meditation technique such as TM can be an easy and effortless tool. This technique reduces anxiety and depression by helping the individual have greater control over their emotions through the mind-brain integration. During the meditation session, the mind settles into a blissful state of restful awareness, ultimately transcending mental activity to arrive at a state of pure consciousness. This leaves the meditator energized, invigorated, and peaceful.
Transcendental meditation is not at all a complex technique. It is, in fact, quite an easy form of meditation for anxiety and depression. Just 20 minutes of transcendental meditation twice a day can help the mind and body to connect deeply, releasing all the stress from the nervous system, leaving you with a calmer and more focused mind, free of the distractions caused by unorganized thoughts.
Effects of TM on trait anxiety: a meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials.
Russell Brand Russell Brand "I can step back"
Lena Durham: Lena Durham: "TM reminds me of my nature state"
Jerry Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld "It's like a charger for your mind and body"