Bob Roth, CEO of the David Lynch Foundation (DLF), joins host Mario Orsatti to discuss a 1974 video of Maharishi talking with business executives. With points as important today as they were nearly 50 years ago, Maharishi explains the importance of TM practice for eliminating the buildup of pressure that inhibits the progress of one’s professional and personal life.

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi is the Founder of the Transcendental Meditation program. He brought the TM technique from India to the West in 1959. Since then, more than 10 million people of all ages, cultures, and religions have learned the technique.

In 1963, Maharishi recorded the book Science of Being and Art of Living, which was transcribed and published in 15 languages. His second book, published in 1967, was Maharishi Mahesh Yogi on the Bhagavad-Gita: A New Translation and Commentary. He wrote many more books and circled the world numerous times, speaking with world leaders and lecturing widely.

Maharishi also inspired a scientific quest for enlightenment. Over 700 published studies on the TM technique have demonstrated its far-reaching benefits—better health and longer life, greater intelligence and creativity, more fulfilling relationships and work success, reduced societal stress, and effortless creation of peace.

This episode of TM Talks was broadcast on April 25, 2021.

Watch highlights from Maharishi’s talk, plus discussion with Bob Roth (48:26)

Maharishi explains the importance of TM practice for eliminating the buildup of pressure that inhibits the progress of one’s professional and personal life.

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