Light bulb moments; we’ve all had them. Sudden flashes of genius and the realization that the solution to a problem is staring us in the face.

They feel great.

TM’s state of restful alertness allows you to access light bulb moments, unfolding your full potential.  Naturally and effortlessly, those abstract feelings bubble up until they become formed into a powerful solution.

Great ideas can be applied to any area of life.

These moments of inspiration happen in our everyday lives, they inspire us to solve difficult problems, approach our work in novel ways, and even launch new business ventures.

It may feel like ideas come out of the blue but usually they are the result of a much longer process that involves deeper levels of the mind.

During your twice-daily TM practice, your mind settles inward and transcends busy or agitated levels of thinking. Your mind, body and spirit refreshes and releases the stress, dullness and fatigue that block creative expression.

When we are stressed, the CEO of our brain (prefrontal cortex) goes offline because all available energy is directed to facing a possible physical danger.

Many of us feel our creative spirit consumed by routine work or demands of home and family.

Creativity can become cramped by excessive tiredness, worries, anxiety, and stress.

During TM, early (sensory) components of the brain’s response to somatosensory stimuli are more widely distributed across the cortex, indicating greater participation of the whole brain in the response to a stimulus. Reference: Human Physiology 25: 171-180, 1999

Flashes of genius often come with a burst of energy, euphoria and action.

Science has discovered TM’s effects on the brain

Many published research studies have documented TM’s benefits including:

  • Clearer thinking
  • Improved memory
  • Improved learning ability
  • Greater creativity
  • Increased productivity

Research showing TM’s effect on the brain

Published 2000 to present Click