Learning the Transcendental Meditation technique
The TM technique is taught worldwide in a simple but comprehensive seven-step course. Afterward, a lifetime follow-up program is available to ensure optimal benefit.
Step 1: Introductory Lecture
This free half hour lecture explains how the TM practice give rise to a wide range of benefits. We highlight the scientific research on the program and outline the course requirements. Watch now.
Step 2: Preparatory Lecture
This free half hour lecture discusses the mechanics that make the TM practice effortless. We also explain the origin of the technique and how it differs from other types of meditation.
Step 3: Personal Interview
This free private interview at the end of the preparatory lecture is an opportunity to ask a trained certified teacher personal questions about learning.
Steps 4-7: Course of Instruction
These 1 to 2 hour classes are held on four consecutive days or evenings. Once these steps are completed, the practitioner is self-sufficient and begins to experience results.
Worldwide lifetime follow up by our certified teachers:
To ensure maximum benefit, a comprehensive lifetime follow-up program is available free of charge to everyone who has completed the course of instruction. Benefits are cumulative with regular meditation.
|Adults with annual household income of|
|$200,000 or more||$960, or four $240 monthly payments|
|$100,000—$199,000||$860, or four $215 monthly payments|
|$50,000—$99,000||$740, or four $185 monthly payments|
|Less than $50,000||500, or four $125 monthly payments|
|Receiving federal assistance||Ask us about these rates.|
|Corporate or private at-home instruction||Ask us about these rates.|
|Ages 10 – Graduate School||$380, or four $95 monthly payments|
|Children ages 5–9||Ask us about these rates.|
We also offer various group rates, corporate rates, and grants for people in severe financial situations. The fee includes the TM instruction four-part course as well as the lifetime worldwide follow-up program.
To derive maximum benefit this course, the student is required to abstain from non-prescribed recreational drugs for fifteen days up to the day of instruction and from alcoholic beverages for 24 hours.
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