Research

Scientific Research on Transcendental Meditation

The benefits of Transcendental Meditation (TM) have been investigated in over 600 scientific studies, conducted at more than 250 universities and research institutions worldwide. Many have been published in leading, peer-reviewed, scientific and medical journals.

TM enlivens the brain

Researchers have found that Transcendental Meditation produces a unique level of brainwave coherence resulting in:-

  • Increased IQ
    (Intelligence)
  • Increased creativity
    (Journal of Creative Behavior)
  • Improved academic performance
    (British Journal of Educational psychology)
  • Improved perception and memory
    (Memory and Cognition)

TM improves health

It has been found that Transcendental Meditation enlivens the body’s inner intelligence, supporting its innate ability to heal itself, resulting in:-

  • Increased lifespan
    (American Journal of Cardiology)
  • Reduced blood pressure
    (Current Hypertension Reports)
  • Decreased anxiety
    (Journal of Clinical Psychology)
  • Reduced substance abuse
    (The International Journal of the Addictions)

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TM enhances relationships, productivity and personal development

Research in workplaces, schools and even in prisons has shown that TM:-

  • Improved work and social relationships
    (Anxiety, Stress and Coping)
  • Improved job performance and satisfaction
    (Academy of Management Journal)
  • Reduced negative school behaviour in adolescents
    (Health and Quality of Life outcomes)
  • Increased self-actualization
    (Journal of Social Behavior and Personality)

TM increases peace and stability

Repeated studies have demonstrated that the group practice of the advanced techniques of TM has a calming and harmonizing effect in the wider community.

  • Decreased crime
    (Journal of Mind and Behaviour)
  • Reduced international conflict
    (Journal of Offender Rehabilitation)
  • Decreased terrorism
    (Journal of Offender Rehabilitation)