18634Re: T&M Methods and/or Approach
- May 6, 2013As per their web site, TM can best be learned in person,
so being blind is a non-factor. They also note that the
$1500 cost can be paid in 4 payments or all at once.
Or, one can use OM, or Soham, or do the Relaxation Response
Relaxation Response: http://www.relaxationresponse.org/steps/
--- In email@example.com, RiverWind <riverwind@...> wrote:
> Hey There,
> Might any of you have any online sites having to do with learning
> Transcendental Meditation? I am blind, so books aren't much of a
> viable option for me, so far as I am aware. I am therefore in
> need of online texts and/or sound-files. I have found a few
> talking-books from the NLS Talkingbook Library for the blind and
> print disabled, but they were more-or-less clinical explorations
> of the topic, primarily from a psychological approach.
> I have discovered Depak Chopra, from whom I have learned much,
> especially where spiritual well-being and growth are concerned.
> However, I am looking for more methodological texts delineating
> how one actually does T&M. Thanks so much in advance for any and
> all info that any of you may feel disposed to provide.
> Feel free to visit my website and my blog and learn more about me
> and what I stand for.
> My Website @ http://riverwind.shellworld.net
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