Since TM® Founder Maharishi Mahesh Yogi first brought this ancient practice to the West in 1959, over 10 million people around the world have learned the Transcendental Meditation® technique.
In these turbulent times, the need for this simple, easy technique is more urgent than ever, according to quantum physicist John Hagelin, Ph.D., who heads the non-profit TM organization in the United States and is president of Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa.
“We live in an epidemic of stress. Tens of millions of Americans are anxious or depressed—or feel overwhelmed and overburdened by the critical need to be more productive, more creative, more energetic, and more focused than ever,” Dr. Hagelin said.
“People learn TM to markedly reduce their stress, improve their health and cognitive functioning, and expand their happiness and self-actualization,” he explained.
Making TM Available to Millions More
Responding to this need, Dr. Hagelin has announced a national initiative to teach the technique to millions of Americans in the next five years. To facilitate this goal, a new, nationwide pricing plan, based on annual household income, is now being offered for TM instruction.
This new fee structure will bring the profound benefits of Transcendental Meditation to a broader audience. The one-time course fee now starts at $380 for full-time students and increases based on an individual’s earnings.
The new rates are available at all TM Centers in the United States:
Individuals who receive federal assistance or have exceptionally low income may apply for additional support in the form of a partial grant.
The TM course comes with a satisfaction guarantee and a lifetime of free personal follow-up with certified TM teachers throughout the United States.
“As a nonprofit organization, we’ve always been committed to making the TM technique and its benefits available to as many people as possible,” Dr. Hagelin said. “With this change, we hope to open our doors even wider, enabling more people to benefit.”
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“People learn TM to markedly reduce their stress, improve their health and cognitive functioning, and expand their happiness and self-actualization.” —Dr. John Hagelin