Lecture on trancendental meditation offered


MANCHESTER >> People who achieve and exceed their goals are called peak performers. They have a secret called "brain integration" that you can now take advantage of when you learn the Transcendental Meditation (TM) Technique. As your mind settles down and transcends thought during TM, your brain becomes more orderly, integrated and powerful.

Transcendental Meditation provides deep rest to the entire nervous system, while dissolving and eliminating stress. Stress is cumulative and the root cause of most illness and disease. As the mind settles, the brain functions more coherently, heart

rate and blood-pressure slow and lessen, the breath rate decreases and the whole body enjoys profound rest, resulting in more energy, better health and increased happiness. The American Heart Association found that Transcendental Meditation is the only form of meditation proven to significantly reduce blood-pressure, reducing the likelihood of heart attack and stroke.

A free lecture on Transcendental Meditation will be offered Friday, Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. at the Manchester Community Library's downstairs conference room. An advanced lecture is for those already instructed in the TM Technique will be held from 7:30 - 9 p.m.

To learn more about the TM Technique, visit www.tm.org

To reserve a seat at one of the lectures, contact: Lyman Foss, at lyman50@hotmail.com or 802-282-3910 or Karen Sugden, ksugden@tm.org or 802-490-2600.


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