Introductory Lectures

Learn how the Transcendental Meditation technique is different from other forms of meditation—in practice and results. 

The best way to find out more about the TM technique—and the first step in learning it—is to attend a free Introductory Talk—offered most Thursdays, 6:30 PM, at the Asheville TM Center, 165 East Chestnut Street.* (Google map)

Who should come? Everyone interested in gaining more knowledge about the Transcendental Meditation technique. The Introductory Talk is open to the public. Please email or call (828-254-4350) to verify schedule.

If I attend, does that mean I'm committed to taking classes? No. Once you gain the knowledge of what the TM technique is, how it works, what it does and so on, then you can decide if you want to learn.

Introductory lecture topics:
• Scientific studies on the TM technique's benefits for mind, body and relationships
• What is
• The difference between the TM technique and other meditation practices
• The latest scientific research on TM practice and brain functioning
• How the technique reduces stress and stress-related disorders
• How the practice helps keep you young: research on health and longevity
• The unified field, consciousness and world peace
• Where the TM technique comes from and how it is learned
• Q & A — all questions answered

*Free introductory talks and private classes are also given by personal appointment or to your business or organization. Please call 828-254-4350 for more information.

The TM technique is taught in seven steps. The program includes private, personal instruction with a certified Transcendental Meditation teacher and four comprehensive group classes. 

TM instruction comes with extensive one-on-one support (available as needed) and ongoing intermediate and advanced knowledge programs. This follow-up and support is provided at every TM center in the United States, and is offered at no cost for the rest of your life.

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