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Scientific Research on TM Program - Highlights 600 studies

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Scientific Research on TM Program - Highlights 600 studies

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of Transcendental MeditationScientific Research on the TM and TM-Sidhi programs


Over 600 scientific studies conducted at more than 250 universities and medical schools in more than 30 countries validate the benefits of the Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi programs of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, for mind, body, social behavior, and the environment.

This chart booklet introduces some of the most important findings from this research in the areas of mental potential, health, education, business rehabilitation, and world peace.

An introduction and overview of published scientific studies on Maharishi AyurVeda by Dr Roger Chalmers.

Introduction to Research on Maharishi Ayurveda


Maharishi AyurVeda is a thorough and comprehensive revival of Ayurveda, the world’s most ancient and complete system of natural health care. Maharishi AyurVeda was introduced in 1980 by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of Transcendental Meditation, in collaboration with India’s leading Ayur-Vedic physicians and scholars.

Maharishi’s Vedic Approach to Health is the name given to the integrated system of health care that includes both Transcendental Meditation and Maharishi AyurVeda, as parts of a spectrum of approaches to improving health and well-being.

The goal of Maharishi AyurVeda is to restore physiological balance by enlivening the inner intelligence of the body, which underlies and governs its material structures and functions.

Knowledge of the body’s inner intelligence is available in the Veda and Vedic literature, as brought to light by Maharishi over the past 40 years. Based on Maharishi’s work in the field of consciousness, recent research by Tony Nader MD PhD has demonstrated that the patterns of intelligence contained in the Veda and Vedic Literature correspond precisely to the structures and functions of the human physiology identified by modern science According to the principles of Maharishi AyurVeda, enlivenment of the body’s inner intelligence ensures that its innate capacity for balance, self-repair, and resistance to disorder can be harnessed to the full.

The methods of Maharishi’s Vedic Approach to Health include:


  • techniques for the full development of consciousness, including Transcendental Meditation;
  • balanced diet according to individual need, with emphasis on promoting optimal digestion and metabolism of food;
  • natural herbal preparations, which are designed to promote balance and enhance natural healing processes without creating side-effects;
  • physiological purification procedures;
  • self pulse reading—a simple procedure for assessing the degree of balance or imbalance in the physiology, thereby allowing timely adjustment of diet and behaviour in order to prevent disorder;
  • behavioural measures, including guidelines for health-promoting daily and seasonal routines;
  • programmes to reduce collective stress and improve the collective health of society as a whole;
  • architectural and planning measures which ensure that the orientation and design of homes, work premises, and communities are in tune with Natural Law and therefore do not generate imbalance and disease;
  • measures to ensure that individual health is supported by natural cycles in the universe.
  • These methods are discussed in detail in the book Contemporary AyurVeda — Medicine and Research in Maharishi Ayurveda’.

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Over 600 scientific studies conducted at more than 250 universities and medical schools in more than 30 countries validate the benefits of the Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi programs of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, for mind, body, social behavior, and the environment.

This chart booklet introduces some of the most important findings from this research in the areas of mental potential, health, education, business rehabilitation, and world peace.

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Softcover, 24 pages, Now in Full Color.

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Scientific Research on the TM and TM-Sidhi programs

Over 600 scientific studies conducted at more than 250 universities and medical schools in more than 30 countries validate the benefits of the Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi programs of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, for mind, body, social behavior, and the environment.

This chart booklet introduces some of the most important findings from this research in the areas of mental potential, health, education, business rehabilitation, and world peace.

Contents:


  • Softcover, 24 pages.
  • Now in full color.
  • First Published in 2000, Revised in 2004, Revised in 2009, Revised in 2011.

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Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of Transcendental MeditationScientific Research on the TM and TM-Sidhi programs


Over 600 scientific studies conducted at more than 250 universities and medical schools in more than 30 countries validate the benefits of the Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi programs of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, for mind, body, social behavior, and the environment.

This chart booklet introduces some of the most important findings from this research in the areas of mental potential, health, education, business rehabilitation, and world peace.

An introduction and overview of published scientific studies on Maharishi AyurVeda by Dr Roger Chalmers.

Introduction to Research on Maharishi Ayurveda


Maharishi AyurVeda is a thorough and comprehensive revival of Ayurveda, the world’s most ancient and complete system of natural health care. Maharishi AyurVeda was introduced in 1980 by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of Transcendental Meditation, in collaboration with India’s leading Ayur-Vedic physicians and scholars.

Maharishi’s Vedic Approach to Health is the name given to the integrated system of health care that includes both Transcendental Meditation and Maharishi AyurVeda, as parts of a spectrum of approaches to improving health and well-being.

The goal of Maharishi AyurVeda is to restore physiological balance by enlivening the inner intelligence of the body, which underlies and governs its material structures and functions.

Knowledge of the body’s inner intelligence is available in the Veda and Vedic literature, as brought to light by Maharishi over the past 40 years. Based on Maharishi’s work in the field of consciousness, recent research by Tony Nader MD PhD has demonstrated that the patterns of intelligence contained in the Veda and Vedic Literature correspond precisely to the structures and functions of the human physiology identified by modern science According to the principles of Maharishi AyurVeda, enlivenment of the body’s inner intelligence ensures that its innate capacity for balance, self-repair, and resistance to disorder can be harnessed to the full.

The methods of Maharishi’s Vedic Approach to Health include:


  • techniques for the full development of consciousness, including Transcendental Meditation;
  • balanced diet according to individual need, with emphasis on promoting optimal digestion and metabolism of food;
  • natural herbal preparations, which are designed to promote balance and enhance natural healing processes without creating side-effects;
  • physiological purification procedures;
  • self pulse reading—a simple procedure for assessing the degree of balance or imbalance in the physiology, thereby allowing timely adjustment of diet and behaviour in order to prevent disorder;
  • behavioural measures, including guidelines for health-promoting daily and seasonal routines;
  • programmes to reduce collective stress and improve the collective health of society as a whole;
  • architectural and planning measures which ensure that the orientation and design of homes, work premises, and communities are in tune with Natural Law and therefore do not generate imbalance and disease;
  • measures to ensure that individual health is supported by natural cycles in the universe.
  • These methods are discussed in detail in the book Contemporary AyurVeda — Medicine and Research in Maharishi Ayurveda’.
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