Benefits of Transcendental Meditation

Extensive research has found that Transcendental Meditation reduces stress and anxiety resulting in more inner peace, creativity, health, success and happiness.

This one simple technique allows you to go beyond thinking and contact the deep, transcendental source of all your energy, creativity and intelligence, dissolving stress and enriching mind, body, emotions and relationships.

Inner happiness

Transcendental Meditation produces a coherent state of restful alertness – a state of true inner peace, for your mind and also your body. Deep within your mind is a peaceful field of pure consciousness, your own awareness awake to its own most settled state.

Stress relief

Transcendental Meditation eliminates the effects of stress internally and physiologically. When practised regularly, this results in a more balanced outlook, more energy and motivation and a deeper appreciation of one’s surroundings.


The Transcendental Meditation technique is a simple, effortless way to dive within, to experience an ocean of pure consciousness, pure creativity, pure knowingness.
It’s a unique experience but also very familiar – it is your own Self.

“Transcendental Meditation has been very helpful to me in solving business as well as personal problems. I find that the practice makes me feel deeply relaxed, and my attitude has become more positive. I am sure that Transcendental Meditation will be instrumental in bringing joy and happiness in the lives of many more people”

Ratan Jindal –Managing Director, Jindal Strips, India


Frequently Asked Questions

Transcendental Meditation is a meditation technique that aims to promote relaxation, inner peace, and overall well-being by allowing the mind to settle into a unique state of restful awareness.

TM stands out for its emphasis on effortlessness, personalized instruction by certified teachers, scientific research validating its benefits, and the use of specific mantras to aid meditation.

During TM, practitioners sit comfortably with eyes closed, silently repeating a mantra given by a certified teacher. The mind naturally transcends thought, leading to a state of deep relaxation.

TM is designed for individuals of all ages and backgrounds, regardless of their prior meditation experience. Anyone can learn, even if they believe they “can’t meditate.”

TM is associated with numerous benefits, including reduced stress and anxiety, improved emotional well-being, enhanced creativity, better relationships, and potential cognitive and health benefits.

TM is practiced for about 20 minutes twice a day. Consistency is key for experiencing the full range of benefits over time.

While TM has spiritual roots, it is not tied to any particular religion or belief system. It can be practiced by individuals with various spiritual backgrounds.

To learn TM, you need to receive personalized instruction from a certified TM teacher. They guide you through the technique and provide ongoing support.

Yes, there is a substantial body of scientific research showcasing the positive effects of TM on stress reduction, cognitive function, heart health, and overall well-being.

Yes, TM can complement other activities and therapies. It’s a standalone practice, but it can enhance overall wellness when integrated into a balanced lifestyle.

Yes, TM is suitable for children and teenagers. It can help them manage stress, enhance focus, and improve their overall mental and emotional well-being.

Results can vary. Some experience immediate benefits, while others may take time. Consistent practice increases the likelihood of experiencing the full range of benefits.

Yes, there is typically a fee for learning TM. This fee covers personalized instruction, materials, and ongoing support from certified teachers.

Mahesh Yogi

Founder of Transcendental Meditation