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The TM Technique
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||November 01, 2002|
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65 of 68 found the following review helpful:
RehashAug 01, 2006
By James F. Quaid
This book was nothing new only a rehash of previous books on TM.
The author was lacking in "Technique". The title suggested he was going to give you the how to to TM; however, he obliquely suggest signing up for the TM sessions at about $1,500.00.
This book was nothing but a sale's pitch to sign up for the TM course.
38 of 39 found the following review helpful:
COSTLY ADVERTISEMENTOct 17, 2007
By Amazon Customer
IF FOUND THIS BOOK TO BE NOTHING MORE THEN A ADVERTISMENT FOR A $2,000+ MEDITATION CLASS. I REGRET BUYING THS BOOK.
11 of 13 found the following review helpful:
TM now costs $2,500.Nov 27, 2007
By M. Schroder
I was very interested in transcendental meditation after reading David Lynch's book, "Catching the Big Fish." After calling my local TM center, and after a few emails, it comes down to paying $2,500!!! There are plenty of free meditation classes, which I am going to take instead of paying this shameful sum. Also, "Meditation for Dummies" is a great book to compliment any beginner.
10 of 12 found the following review helpful:
Good message but no technique here, you'll need more than a few bucks.Jul 04, 2009
By Steven J. Turner
I gave this 2 stars because the essence of the message of TM is a good one, and the technique (although not included in this book) I believe is a good one for some. It didn't agree with me but I meditate in a very similar way where I watch my thoughts for a while and then let the technique go. It loses three stars because the whole TM movement do themselves a great disservice by charging so much for courses.
May I recommend checking out True Meditation by Adyashanti. You get a book and cd with guided meditations and he explains what meditation is in it's purest form. His message rings so true for me. It's essentially the same message that TM teach at a fraction of the cost. Basically, begin with a technique then eventually let it go and with a bit of practice you can reach unconditioned consciousness within a few minutes of meditation with very little effort. Listen to the guided ones first then try on your own. Go for it, you'll feel so much better for it.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
POORJul 24, 2013
Maybe I missed something but really I got nothing out of this book except that I need to sign up for this program in order to learn this technique of meditation.
It basically lists the benefits of meditation, but if you are thinking of maintaining, you already know the benefits and in my logic that is the reason one want to learn this.
So I would not recommend it.
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