☻ Why do I need to meditate?+
☼ How will I find time to meditate?+
♥ Is TM meditation hard?+
✓ Do I need to concentrate during meditation?+
♪ Will meditation interfere with my existing beliefs?+
♡ Do I need to pay for TM meditation classes? +
♡ What happens during TM? +
♡ What if I'm not good at controlling my mind? +
♡ Can I learn TM from a book or video? +
⦿ Do I need to concentrate during meditation?+
✪ Do I need complete silence to meditate?+
⦿ What is the difference between sleeping and meditating?+
⦿ Do I need to stop medication when I start meditating?+
⦿ Do I have to meditate in lotus position? +
⦿ What if I'm sceptical? +

"You notice results very quickly. Within the first 4 days I was more creative. I was more focused and less agitated. Now I am able to do things that I didn't understand I could do."

Lacey

Lacey - Sydney

$ Do I need to pay for regular meditation classes?+
△ Is meditating only about mental health?+
☯Will there be a meditation during the free intro talk?+
♫ Should I listen to a meditative music during TM?+
⦾ Should I focus on the chakras during meditation?+
⬢ Do I need to stop medication when I start meditating?+
◍ Do I need to control my breath while meditating?+
☺ Do I have to meditate in lotus position?+

Free Intro Talk on TM
Book your seat

TM® has been taught in Australia for over 50 years.

The first step is to attend a free introductory talk or "Info Session".
This will be presented by a certified teacher of Transcendental Meditation and generally takes about 1 hour. You will find out:

  • Why TM is so effective for stress and anxiety
  • Why anyone can practise TM
  • What benefits you can realistically expect
  • How it works – the process of transcending
  • How TM differs from other meditations
  • What happens during TM

Following the talk there will be an opportunity to meet privately with the Teacher to discuss personal considerations.

The talk is a prerequisite to joining a course of instruction in TM, but there is no commitment to learn. It is open to everyone even if you only have a mild curiosity! Feel free to bring a friend.