Sometimes people ask why we meditate twice a day. Why do we need to meditate in the morning after a night’s sleep? The answer is that Transcendental Meditation brings a different type of rest to the nervous system than sleep. Also, the brain behaves differently during TM than it does during sleep. After sleep, people […]
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A common question that comes up when we learn to meditate is how to know if we’re doing it correctly. One of the nice things about learning Transcendental Meditation in Brighton & Hove is that our course is well established. When learning TM, the instructions for how to meditate are very clear. We’re specific about […]
As an independent teacher of Transcendental Meditation in Hove and Brighton, I teach a fascinating course. Learning TM requires a course of four instruction sessions over a weekend. The TM course contains a lot of very interesting information but what is the meditation experience like? What does Transcendental Meditation feel like? TM is unique and […]
It’s funny how it’s often assumed that we need somewhere quiet to meditate. The silence we experience during meditation is an inner experience, it’s the place where meditation takes you. The whole process during Transcendental Meditation is the journey of the mind from a place called ‘activity’ towards a place called ‘silence’. Interestingly, this journey […]
In a survey named The Rest Test conducted by Wellcome in 2016, 68% of 18,000 people said they would like more rest. Wellcome revealed that nearly a third (32%) of people who responded said they need more rest than the average person, while only 10% felt they needed less. In very simple terms, two thirds […]