Can transcend time and space consciousness

Transcending = the highest human experience

Because it wouldn't work.

The TM technology works for everyone - but on one condition: that it is passed on correctly. That requires an organization and an infrastructure; Salaries have to be paid, etc. Even organizations that are not geared towards maximizing profits have costs that have to be covered. More details about the course structure and the costs of the TM course can be found here: How do I learn Transcendental Meditation?

Passing on the TM correctly requires correct personal instruction and proper follow-up meetings. TM is a natural technique, but “natural” doesn't mean the same thing for everyone. Although the TM technique only takes advantage of the instinctive and universal desire of the mind to transcend, every person is different at the level of normal, active thinking. This requires different and individually tailored instructions in each case in order to lead each person to the experience of transcending.

When people learn TM, they will have different experiences. The experience depends on the state of the nervous system, which is different in every person. Then it is important to have someone there to guide you through these experiences and answer any personal questions that may arise.

To get this right, it takes intense training and good education. Teaching TM cannot be learned by reading two pages on the Internet ... and then simply calling yourself a meditation teacher. If it were that easy, the TM organization would have simply put these two pages on the Internet itself, because that would be a much easier and faster way to create a better world - or would be ... if it were that simple ... the experience of transcending would never have been lost ... the world would already be in a much better state.

But unfortunately it's not that easy. A TM teacher has to go through lengthy training in order to be able to teach someone and to continue to mentor them properly afterwards. Knowledge of how to teach this technique was lost, and as a result, people began to mistakenly interpret meditation as a kind of control of the mind. Teaching meditation is easy, teaching people to transcend is far more proficient.

A TM course consists of a total of seven steps. The actual learning of TM takes place on four consecutive days and takes about ten hours in total. There is also a detailed follow-up program with regular further meetings, a weekend course and - if necessary - lifelong advice. This is the prerequisite for learning this technique correctly - and of course there is a cost.

But all the money in the world is not enough to outweigh the positive effects that will come naturally when you learn to transcend properly: happiness, health, success, creativity, self-confidence. And the majority of people who learn TM and stick with it will discover that it was the best investment they've made in their life, even if it wasn't cheap.

So the question shouldn't be why it costs something to learn TM. The question should rather be why the costs are not covered by the health insurance companies. What we have here is a method that has been proven to be more effective in health care than any other method that has ever been studied. And that's backed by more scientific research than any other method. And yet billions of euros, which we as taxpayers have to raise, still flow into the accounts of the pharmaceutical industry, which has nothing else in mind than its profit.

They make most of their profits from chronic, stress-related illnesses for which they can count on lifelong customers to sell drugs that only suppress symptoms rather than lead to a real cure: illnesses like depression, anxiety, insomnia, high blood pressure and many other.

It is precisely these types of health problems that TM has been shown to be so effective at.

Could it be that the real reason TM is not supported by health insurers is precisely because it has so much potential that it could shake the current business model of our healthcare industry?