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transcendental meditation

A practice derived from Hindu traditions, in which a practitioner repeats a mantra to achieve a state of relaxation and mental calm. I've felt much less anxious ever since I started practicing transcendental meditation.
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The research has shown that Transcendental Meditation has a positive benefit for many of the conditions associated with PTSD, such as high anxiety, insomnia, depression and high blood pressure.
While this makes discussion of transcendental unity problematic for one who conceives transcendental unity as pointing to the numeric unity of an act of existence, Svoboda sees no trouble for Aquinas.
He said: "I started to do transcendental meditation, which helped a lot.
Films will be analyzed from a perspective of beauty as transcendental (as a theological aesthetic viewpoint that Hart proposes).
Any non-vanishing linear combination of logarithms of algebraic numbers with algebraic coefficients is transcendental.
Boyd and Zimbardo (2006) stated that as a psychological construct the transcendental future time perspective exhibits attributes similar to those associated with the more conventional past, present and future time perspectives.
I) La posibilidad de un nuevo paradigma de filosofia primera, defendiendo seis tesis: 1) La critica semiotica de la "falacia abstractiva" de la filosofia transcendental kantiana por su sistematico olvido del lenguaje; 2) La primacia postmetafisica y posthumanista de la practica heuristica en la semiotica transcendental peirceana; 3) La muerte como limite pragmatico-transcendental de la verdad como consenso; 4) La intersubjetividad pragmatico-transcendental de los actos de habla performativos; 5) El fundamento pragmatico-transcendental de toda filosofia practica del lenguaje; 6) La contraposicion postmetafisica y postmentalista entre el paradigma metafisico clasico y el de Peirce;
Kant's philosophy in general and transcendental idealism in particular, not merely advocate a new theory of knowledge but also identify the limits of knowledge.
Research on the Transcendental Meditation program, a widely-used stress reduction program, shows that it has been effective in decreasing psychological distress and improving academic achievement (Nidich, Rainforth et al.
He argues in defense of "the transcendental social," pointing out how religion, which is the classic transcendental social, is a misleading category for anthropologists in that invokes the historical peculiarities of the Abrahamic religions.
3 -- Should not credit for experiencing pure bliss be given more to a man's intense craving for pure bliss and pure consciousness than Transcendental Meditation?
That all changed in 1973, when the future filmmaker discovered Transcendental Meditation (TM), which he believes allowed him to quiet--and, at the same time, unleash--his considerable inner creative forces.
Although researchers have discovered some important findings regarding Husserl's differentiation between immanence and transcendence, his doctrine of intuition, his distinction of meaning from matters of fact, his worldless beginning, and the Husserlian transcendental stream of consciousness, there is still a great deal that is unknown and that requires further empirical inquiry.
Evidently, Kant has good reasons for excluding eyes, noses, and hands from his transcendental investigation.