Joseph F. Sullivan Center

Transcendental Meditation Special Holiday Discount through January 31

The Transcendental Meditation technique is a simple, effortless mental process practiced for 15-20 minutes twice a day, sitting quietly and comfortably in a chair with the eyes closed. The TM technique enriches all aspects of life because it attends to the most basic level: the quality of one’s consciousness.

Hundreds of scientific research studies on the TM technique have shown that daily practice leads to a variety of benefits, including higher IQ, decreased anxiety, normalized blood pressure, and longer lifespan, to name a few. Over 250 independent universities and research institutions have conducted research studies on the TM technique and the National Institutes of Health has granted more than $25 million for scientists to further study the health benefits of the TM techniques. After nearly 40 years of scientific investigation, all of the major findings of the TM program’s benefits have been replicated. TM is the only meditation practice recommended by the American Heart Association. 

The local Transcendental Meditation Center is in Asheville, NC. The classes are being offered at a special holiday discounted rate (adults $960, a $540 reduction from the standard fee of $1,500, students $360; for health professionals or anyone referred by participating health professionals, a further reduction to $800 through January 31st).  The Joseph F. Sullivan Center is a participating health professional.  If you are interested in learning the TM technique, the TM teachers are willing to come to Clemson University to teach a course. To receive the discount, the fee must be paid by January 31st. Please contact Caitlin Moore at the Sullivan Center at caitli8@clemson.edu before the end of January to sign up.

Join us on Tuesday, January 28 at to learn more about Transcendental Meditation. Call the Sullivan Center for more information at 864-656-3076.

Information about Transcendental Meditation from www.meditationasheville.com