With Dr. Evan Finkelstein
Starting on June 6th: an online course on MVS and Religions via MUM’s Department of Distance Education.
“The course is non-credit, so there is no pressure about doing homework or papers, there are no tests and it can be taken at one’s own comfortable pace.
I think the best part of the course are the many profound and inspiring tapes from Maharishi talking about religion, God, spiritual development, how to prevent religious conflicts, and the immense value of TM for the realization of the goals of all religions, etc.
In my taped lectures I identify the common ground and universal principles that are shared by Maharishi Vedic Science and the religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. It is very unifying.”
Application: “Sketch”on Sony Xperia smartphone, finger and pen.
Looks almost like levitating ….
“In the hallways you could hear a pin drop. When they come out of the meditation, they’re more ready to learn.” –Linda Rosenbury, Principal, Brooklyn Urban Garden Charter School
Article by Victoria Kim 05/03/16 in thefix.com
A growing number of people are finding that Transcendental Meditation is an essential tool in their recovery.
Jennifer Ashton, Elizabeth Vargas, and Bob Roth via The David Lynch Foundation
Drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the United States. Out of 47,055 fatal drug overdoses in 2014, prescription painkillers and heroin were attributed to 29,467 of them. The federal government has pumped billions of dollars into funding treatment and prevention strategies, but the epidemic has yet to show any sign of waning.
A part of the solution may lie in Transcendental Meditation. This was the theme of a national summit held in New York last Friday, where medical experts and recovering addicts, including comedian Russell Brand and 20/20 anchor Elizabeth Vargas, gathered to discuss the role of TM in addressing America’s opioid crisis. …