Dr. Oz: Transcendental Meditation works
Treat the cause (stress) and the consequences will disappear, even cardiovascular diseases. Dr Mehmet Oz has such a big influence on health care that Time magazine in 2008 placed him at the 44th spot on the list of the 100 most influential people in the world. He is director of the cardiovascular institute in a prominent hospital in New York, is author of several books, and currently has his own television show that is broadcasted worldwide.
Dr Oz has been practicing TM himself for the past several years, and has paid for all 200 employees of his show to learn the technique. He talks about the technique in public on a regular basis and explains how TM has an effect on blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol and cardiovascular diseases that even medicines can’t always match. He says it can “influence things that we didn’t think were changeable”.
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What people are saying
I have done so many meditation courses, but there was always something that felt not right; I missed something. I did not feel satisfied. When I learned TM, it felt just like coming home to me. Finally I have found it.
This technique is truly one of a kind.
I am meditating now for almost 30 years and my general health is excellent, especially when compared to my peers. Not only did it make my creativity grow remarkably, but also my ability to deal with a team of employees and actors in an inspiring and stimulating way.
I am still amazed on a daily basis to see how such a simple, natural technique can generate so many positive effects. And it is also nice to do.