The TM and TM-Sidhi Techniques
As reported in the TM-EX Newsletter, and from other sources.
The TM technique is simple mental repetition of a "mantra" or word. The TM movement claims that only specific "words" can be used. They claim that the selection of words is based upon a secret formula. Court documents have shed some light on this "secret" process. It is nothing other than a set of words given out by age, and/or age and sex, depending on the teacher training course the TM teacher attended.( Please see bottom of this document !!!)
The TM-Sidhi program is nothing other than a set of sutras (words or phrases), mentally repeated every fifteen seconds after doing a twenty minute session of TM. Each sutra is repeated twice, with a 15 second pause in between each repetition.
The TM Mantra Tables
Notes: The year at the top of each column indicates the year the teacher was trained.
See the "TM Checking Notes and Steps to Initiation" for details on the initiation and checking rituals.
Notes: In most cases students were instructed to use their own, previously assigned mantra where AING appears above.
Translation of Advanced Technique Mantras
Primordial Sound - "AMRITA," used as a mantra
Psychophysiological Technique - Mantra is thought in heart area.
The names of the sutras used in the TM-Sidhi program are:
The "levitation" or better foam rubber-"flying" technique, now known as "Yogic Flying," is used in the same way as all other sutras:
"Relationship of body and akasha - lightness of cotton fiber."
This phrase is mentally repeated every fifteen seconds after doing a twenty minute session of TM. Each sutra is mentally repeated twice (if time allows 4 times), with a 15 second pause in between each repetition.
After doing the flying sutra for 5-30 minutes, the instruction is to rest for 10-30 minutes and then read the Hindu Scriptures for 5 minutes.
An example of the readings (from the Ninth Mandala of Rig Veda):
Flow Soma, in a most sweet and exhilarating stream, effused for Indra to drink. The all-beholding destroyer of Rakshasas has stepped upon his gold-smitten birthplace, united with the wooden cask. Be the lavish giver of wealth, most bounteous, the destroyer of enemies; bestow on us the riches of the affluent. Come with food to the sacrifice of the mighty gods, and bring us strength and sustenance. To thee we come, O dropping (Soma); for thee only is this our worship day by day, our prayers are to thee, none other.
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Mantrams with ending "nga" as " Inga , Enga , Ainga " should be
--> see in this website in "Spiritual texts" : " Sepher Jezirah " : Ong and Nga (The good and the evil)