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Robert Wallace

An Introduction to TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION

    Raul Estuardo Montenegro Moraleshas quotedlast year
    An Introduction to
    TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION
    Improve Your Brain Functioning, Create Ideal Health, and Gain Enlightenment Naturally, Easily, and Effortlessly
    Robert Keith Wallace, PhD and Lincoln Akin Norton
    Dharma Publications
    Littlejohn Stories ApShas quoted3 years ago
    More than 600 studies at more than 200 research institutes and universities have been conducted on the Transcendental Meditation program, and over 380 of those studies have been published in peer-reviewed journals.
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    TM is taught in seven steps, normally done within a week’s time
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    ’s an experience that depends upon a very specific and delicate state of the nervous system. It cannot properly be learned from books
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    The changes in the brain are in the alpha 1 range (8–10 Hz) and are correlated with an eyes-closed, relaxed state of restful alertness.
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    this practice there is no trying, no concentration, and no contemplation—only effortless transcending.
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    The changes in the brain from these meditations are in the theta range (4–8 Hz), known to be associated with imagination and creativity.
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    The changes in the brain are in the gamma range (20–50 Hz), which is known to be associated with this type of focused activity.
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    Stress has been called “the black plague” of our generation, and stress comes from any kind of overloading of the nervous system
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    Pure consciousness is consciousness before your feelings, thoughts, perceptions, and actions begin to take shape. It is the core reality that lies within all of us
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    enlightenment, the ultimate state of self-realization
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    long-term changes
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    twenty-minute meditation twice a day dramatically reduces stress and strain in your entire physiology
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    direct experience of the unified field transforms brain functioning, relieves deep-rooted stress, and revitalizes mind and body
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    Research further shows that EEG coherence is directly correlated with increased intelligence, IQ, creativity, learning ability, short-term and long-term memory, academic performance, moral reasoning, psychological stability, emotional maturity
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    the direct experience of the unified field completely reorganizes brain activity, resulting in a unique state of orderliness of brain functioning called global EEG coherence
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    the unified field.
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    One key scientific point here is that when human awareness is maximally expanded—when human awareness opens to, and identifies itself with, the unbounded, universal unified field—then the nature and reach of this state of consciousness is non-localized and transpersonal. At that fundamental, spatially unbounded, unified level of reality, we are all, in essence, unified: we are all intimately and intricately connected as one universal field of consciousness—the unified field.
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    As Einstein once said, “The most mysterious thing about the Universe is its comprehensibility by the mind.”
    Patrickgreenpanthas quoted4 years ago
    This inward exploration of consciousness culminates in the experience of the simplest, most settled state of human awareness—a state of pure inner wakefulness or “pure consciousness”—accompanied by profound physiological rest that restores and revitalizes the mind and body.
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