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Dr. Oz on Transcendental Meditation

April 30, 2012

Dr. Oz chooses the Transcendental Meditation program for his staff to improve health and boost their creativity

Dr. Oz describes the influence of Transcendental Meditation in his own life and the lives of the members of his creative team. Hear about the mental and physical benefits of TM and see why Dr. Oz believes you should make it a part of your daily routine.

Watch this powerful recommendation: Oz on Transcendental Meditation, on his website, or here, minus the commercial, and on YouTube: Dr. Oz on the Benefits of the TM Technique.

In this recent video clip from the Emmy Award-winning TV program The Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Mehmet Oz describes the influence of the Transcendental Meditation technique on his own life and the lives of his creative team members.

Dr. Oz, vice-chairman of the Department of Surgery at Columbia University, touts the well-researched health benefits of the TM® program, including reduced heart disease and cholesterol. “But this is just the tip of the iceberg,” he says. “We all have within us a deep well of creativity, which we can access if we can settle down into those deep, calm places, those serene moments that Transcendental Meditation offers.”

You can read more on the TM Blog post by Bob Roth: Dr. Oz: TM Improves Health, Boosts Creativity, which also includes more detailed quotes from the talk.

Here is a more recent video made by DLF on the company with employees talking about what TM has done for them individually and as a company: Dr Oz’s gift of TM to his employees resulted in personal and corporate benefits — see the video.

Related: Some Reports on Dr. Oz’s Interview with Oprah about TM and her Next Chapter | Dr Oz discusses ancient Ayurvedic approaches to weight loss with The Raj expert Candace Badgett.

In this video Dr. Oz talks about the 3 risk factors, or metabolic syndrome, that drive heart disease: high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and high blood sugar (diabetes), and how they are lowered over time with regular TM practice.

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