The Transcendental Meditation technique seems a simple one to master, but getting the most out of the practice requires proper guidance from a qualified teacher, in a course approved by the Maharishi himself.
This is why thousands of people across the UK find clarity and centre with an affordable, comprehensive course in Transcendental Meditation, learning how to make the practice a key part of their daily lives in a way that works with their busy schedules and differing personalities.
Here’s why you should seek out a course in TM.
I find other ways of staying calm – why should I practice Transcendental Meditation?
There’s many activities we do in our day to day lives to decompress – but they are just that, activities.
TM is a process by which you reach a state of total rest, allowing you to distance yourselves from daily issues and find authentic calm and centre.
Even in sleep we may find ourselves active, in our dreams. TM is unique in that allows you to clear your mind while remaining conscious.
There’s plenty of helpful resources online, why can’t I learn TM from them?
While it’s true that there are a number of fantastic resources out there to inspire your meditative journey, and educate you about the history and practice of TM, in order to fully experience the benefits of the technique, it’s advised that you seek help from a qualified teacher.
Every person is different, and bear in mind that once you have understood the practice in an authentic way that is most effective for you, you’ll have the tools to go out and implement it into your day to day life.
I’m religious – can I still seek out a Transcendental Meditation course?
Of course. Transcendental Meditation is a non-religious practice where the key benefits are clarity and relaxation. You can practice TM regardless of your religion.
In fact any person of any religion, any age, gender or culture can enjoy the benefits of Transcendental Meditation. Book a class today with TM North London and Herts to begin your journey.