Just do it now.
John Lennon swore by them. Do the drug-free mental and breathwork exercises in "Mind Games" hold up?
Since I couldn't leave, I had to find a way to change the energy there.
How David Lynch and a host of A-list celebrities are pushing Transcendental Meditation into New York City, and into the mainstream.
The Monroe Institute has been going since the 70s and claims its Hemi-Sync program can lead to "discovery of self through technology."
I would describe this experience as having peaceful dreams, and then waking up because your roommate is waterboarding you.
A Buddhist scholar tries out the brain-reading headband designed to increase mindfulness.
I let a loosely held together heap of scrap lull me into a meditative trance.
Washing your thoughts and worries away with laughter-induced gamma waves. Or something like that.
Even when we're thinking about pleasant things, new research suggests we're happier when we focus on the present. Ommmmm.