Cameron Diaz discusses why she learned the Transcendental Meditation (TM) technique. (From a David Lynch Foundation event) 1) True meditation is easy When people think about meditation today, they think about controlling the mind, usually through some force of concentration. This feels unnatural for the mind and is usually not enjoyable to do. It requires
We invite those practising Maharishi’s Transcendental Meditation (TM) technique to enjoy deep rest, an extended meditation program, wonderful knowledge, great food and the company of other TM meditators at our Transcendental Meditation Retreat. It’s a great opportunity to take time out to deepen your meditation experience and bring a new vitality to their busy lives when returning home.
This Meditators’ Retreat will be at the Sydney Conference & Training Centre (SCTC), Ingleside.
This beautiful 4-star venue overlooks the Pacific Ocean on Sydney’s Upper Northern Beaches and is situated within 9 acres of peaceful secluded parklands in a natural bushland setting.
A feature of the Easter course will be delicious, nourishing, gourmet Ayurvedic meals.
Those who have attended our retreats at Ingleside before will know what a treat mealtimes are!
Introducing Meetings for our ‘Next Generation’ TM Meditators.
We are pleased to announce that the Sydney TM Centre will host regular events for our “Next Generation” TM Meditators every two months. The intention of these meetings is to create a network for younger (up to 45 years of age) NSW TM Meditators and Sidhas to meet regularly, ask questions, obtain knowledge about the TM practice and to socialise.
Our first event will take place on Sunday, 24 May at 2:00pm. We invite all young TM Meditators to join us for a very special video presentation from our global organisation leader on the first Next Generation course held in Iowa late last year. This will be followed by a panel discussion (including a Q&A session with the audience) with our three Sydney representatives who attended this historic course – Elizabeth Carr (TM Meditator), Tanya Brooker (TM Sidha) and Mark Bunn (TM Teacher).
In this video below, Howard Stern interviews Hugh Jackman.