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There is nothing like settling into a good book in your own time and space.
MAHARISHI has provided us with a number of books that capture his knowledge forever:
The Science of Being and Art of Living This is, in Maharishi's own words, "the summation of the practical wisdom of integrated life advanced by the Vedic rishis of ancient India, understood in the light of scientific thinking in the present-day western world." Available in paperback and audiobook. Paperback Audiobook
The Bhagavad-Gita: Translation and Commentary - chapters 1-6 The Bhagavad-Gita, Maharishi writes, "is the Light of Life, lit by God at the altar of man, to save humanity from the darkness of ignorance and suffering. It is a scripture which outlives time, and can be acknowledged as indispensable to the life of any man in any age. It is the encyclopaedia of life, and this commentary provides an index to it." Available in paperback and audiobook. Paperback Audiobook
Transcendence: Healing and Transformation through Transcendental Meditation deserves particular mention. Written by award winning medical researcher and renowned psychiatrist, Norman Rosenthal, this eminently readable book has been described as the "best book ever on TM". It is ideal for sharing the knowledge of Transcendental Meditation with sceptical friends or colleagues! Purchase
NEW: Excellence through Mind-Brain Development: the secret of world-class performers
Research shows that education accounts for only 1 per cent of performance levels, work experience only 3 per cent, and age in adults 0 per cent.Dr Harald S. Harung and Dr Frederick Travis uncover the secret of world-class performance: excellence in any profession or activity depends on the single variable of high mind-brain development. It's the exact thing that increases with Transcendental Meditation. Purchase
Latest books from Maharishi University of Management including The Supreme Awakening, Consciousness is Primary, Maharishi's Yoga, A Symphony of Silence, and Truth is One expand the perspective on Transcendental Meditation by placing it in a somewhat more scholarly context. Browse