When we are rested from the regular practice of Transcendental Meditation, relationships are more enjoyable.
by TM Women Mini-Magazine online
9 February 2023
“The art of behavior is such that the first moment of the meeting should have a real value of the meeting of the two hearts. Thus, we find that the first fundamental in the art of behavior is: meet with warmth, and meet to give….”
Maharishi, founder of the Transcendental Meditation program
As Maharishi also pointed out, an ocean can flow in large waves whereas a shallow pond cannot.
When we’re stressed and tired, depressed or anxious or filled with self-doubt, we’re emotionally not as available to support others’ needs, listen to them attentively, or flow spontaneously with love. Our heart, at those times, is shallow in its capacity.
It’s important to stay rested, guard your health, and learn the Transcendental Meditation technique if you haven’t already. Many published research studies in top-notch journals have shown that the TM technique reduces stress, fatigue, depression, anxiety, and lack of self-esteem. It settles the mind and allows us to rest in inner silence, nourishing us from within, and enabling us to be more giving and present to others.
“We need silence to be able to touch other souls.”
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