Learning the TM technique involves an initial seven steps of instruction—involving about 15 hours of training:
Steps 1 & 2: Two introductory presentations, free and open to the public. Offered weekly or by appointment. (1 - 2 hours each)
Step 3: A personal interview with a teacher of the TM technique. (10 minutes)
Step 4: Personal instruction. (2 hours)
Steps 5, 6 & 7: A series of three classes, providing further personalized instruction and more knowledge about correct practice and how the technique works. (2 hours each)
Steps 4-7 are conducted over four consecutive days.
Students typically begin experiencing benefits immediately during the first days of instruction.
Personal one-on-one support:
Your TM course comes with extensive follow-up and support, at no further cost after you've completed the initial 7 steps of instruction. This allows the opportunity for personal meetings with your teacher, as needed, arranged according to your schedule. The personal meetings are recommended weekly for the first month and monthly for the first year—depending on the student's needs. These sessions stabilize correct practice, verify experiences and deepen one's understanding.
Continuing advanced classes:
The follow-up also includes optional, ongoing advanced classes so that your understanding can grow along with your experiences.
The course structure, one-on-one support and follow-up is designed to allow each student to gain the experience and understanding they need to correctly practice the TM technique, ensuring maximum benefits and personal growth in daily life.
Everyone who has learned the technique has free access to the followup and ongoing programs at any TM Center in the world.
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