aharishi Mahesh Yogi is the founder of the Transcendental Meditation program as it is available all over the world today. He received this knowledge, a practical aspect of the ancient Vedic science of India, from his master Swami Brahmananda Saraswati and spread it throughout the world from 1958. It presents, today, an immense potential for practical knowledge for everyone in everyday life.
Transcendental Meditation is a simple, natural and effortless technique that brings the mind to the source of thought, the level of pure consciousness. It is like a wave which subsides on the surface of the ocean and becomes the boundless ocean. Likewise, the conscious mind calms down when it experiences the state of pure consciousness. And that pure consciousness is a realm of creativity, intelligence, and infinite happiness. This is the area where natural law is found. When we come out of meditation our mind has more energy, creativity and intelligence, and it acts more and more in accordance with natural law.
Transcendental meditation requires no effort because it is natural. It is based on a very simple principle which is the following: the natural tendency of the human mind is to move towards more happiness. We do not need training to move to an area of greater happiness.
The technique of transcendental meditation is simply to lead the mind in the right direction. Heading naturally to that ocean of happiness within increases the attraction of the mind and creates increasing charm. This growing charm, by its nature, attracts the mind. It is a spontaneous movement of the spirit inward towards bliss.
Transcendental meditation requires no concentration, no control of the mind. Concentration creates tension. It is a static process. Transcendental Meditation is a dynamic technique that brings the mind from the superficial levels to the more subtle levels of thought.
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