Ellen talks with Bob Roth about his NY Times bestseller: Strength in Stillness
Ellen, April 2, 2018
Ellen, April 2, 2018
NYC Event, October 18, 2017
Highlights of NYC event, March 2016
Academy Award-winning filmmaker Martin Scorsese and global hedge fund leader Ray Dalio talk creativity and success—and how Transcendental Meditation is a key factor in the development of both.
Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts and NBC News Senior Investigative Correspondent Cynthia McFadden share how TM has aided in coping with the high-intensity media environment.
Women physicians in the media discuss the the benefits of TM for heart and reproductive health. Panelists include Dr. Jennifer Ashton, Senior Medical Contributor for ABC News and Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, Lenox Hill Hospital heart specialist.
Media moghul Arianna Huffington shares her inspiration for practicing Transcendental Meditation and how inner wellbeing is a critical measure of anyone’s success.
This summit for leaders in the field of addiction and recovery highlighted 40 years of research and clinical applications in the use of transcendental meditation for reducing stress, anxiety and depression while providing key support in the fight against addiction.
“TM helps with being grounded, so that you’re not fluttering up so high and so reactive,” says Temple St. Clair, owner of Temple St. Clair fine jewellery.
Ken Gunsberger, Senior Vice President of of Wealth Management for the Gunsberger Group, shares how Transcendental Meditation has helped him cope with professional and family stress and achieve higher levels of success.
“It is like the car on the highway: you’re trying to get somewhere and you’re getting drowsy and maybe the car is running out of gas. You think ‘I can make it, I can make it. I don’t want to stop. If I stop then I’ll get here twenty minutes later, but I wanna get there.’ And that’s stupid, stupid thinking.” -Jerry Seinfeld
Neuroscientist Fred Travis describes how meditation develops greater centeredness and presence of mind – enabling professionals to more effectively engage with their work.
DLF Executive Director Bob Roth answers the question “What Is TM” at a business luncheon roundtable on “Women in the Media Who Meditate.”
Watch highlights from this inspiring business roundtable featuring Arianna Huffington, Robin Roberts and other women leaders in the media who share a passion for Transcendental Meditation.
Lindsey Adelman Studio, an innovative and top-tier design studio, has been featured in Oprah Magazine, Vogue, City Lights, New York Times and more. This video profiles the studio’s work, passion, design, aesthetics, and the practice of Transcendental Meditation (TM) to help boost work ethic and creativity amongst its brilliant designers, artists, managers and staff.
Watch prominent New York City thought leaders – including Mario Batali, Ray Dalio, Mehmet Oz, and Arianna Huffington – on how Transcendental Meditation can reduce stress and improve creativity and performance. The Town Hall is moderated by CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin.
In this short video, Jerry, George, and Bob discuss their experiences with practicing the TM technique and the good works of the David Lynch Foundation. Jerry says, “TM is like a charger for your whole body and mind.”
Executives at Washington DC-based green building firm, Tower Companies, describe how Transcendental Meditation has helped them to lower stress, improve energy, focus and clarity and to effectively work smarter, not harder.
Learn the basics on Transcendental Meditation from leading instructor and DLF executive director Bob Roth. In this short video, Bob takes you through what meditation is and is not, how it works, some of the benefits, and how to learn.
At this oversold event at the Paley Center for Media in New York City, a panel of ten women leaders in business, media, education and social services discuss the impact of Transcendental Meditation for reducing stress and stress-related disorders while improving health, creativity and performance.
This short video highlights the transformative impact of the David Lynch Foundation’s TM projects for at-risk populations, including inner-city students, victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, and military veterans with post-traumatic stress
In this short interview, Dr. Norman Rosenthal, renowned psychiatrist and medical researcher, describes the differences between TM and other forms of meditation. Dr. Rosenthal highlights TM’s ease of practice and it’s unique effects on physical health and wellbeing. The interview is conducted by CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin.
Soledad O’Brien, American broadcast journalist, describes how TM has increased her health, improved her energy, and given her greater clarity of mind. She says, “TM has allowed me to experience a state of deep rest and relaxation than can be game changing and sometimes a lifesaver.”
“The TM technique is the single most important thing that women can add to their daily routine because it will make every aspect of life better,” states Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, Director of Women’s Heart Health at Lenox Hill Hospital, NYC.
Employees at the the Comprehensive Blood and Cancer Center in Bakersfield, California, report improvements with energy, morale, and time management, and significant reductions in the intense stress that often accompanies patient care.
Bob Jones, former Chief Investment Officer at Goldman Sachs, says “TM helped me focus. I attribute a lot of my success in life to meditation and the ability to find my center.”
“Transcendental Meditation made it possible to go from one decision to the next, and make decisions clearly with a level head, without going nuts over them. I think it was extremely beneficial to me personally, and I think it made me a better manager.” – Bud Liebler, former VP of Chrystler Corp.
Mindy Weisel, whose art hangs in the Smithsonian and the National Museum of American Art, describes how TM has inspired her to new levels of creativity. She says, “I’m doing things creatively that I would have never ever imagined. You have this deep, profound, meaningful rest and it is beautiful, easy, simple. You have this gift of being in the moment – and somehow, that lasts, and accumulates.”