For me, TM has been the most effective tool, for not only 
transcending thought, but also, becoming familiar, with the process 
of going from gross thinking to subtle thinking; and this is the 
basis of Sanyama, as describe by both Maharishi Pantajali, and 
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
Sanyama enlivens and developes the 'super-normal' abilities mentioned 
in Patanjali's Yoga Sutras.

Pranayama comes in many different forms. Maharishi teaches one form.
There is a form called 'Connected Breathing' or Re-birthing, that was 
popular in the seventies and eighties.

There is the technique which Ravi Sankar teaches, from my knowledge, 
is taken from his own observation of the breath of his Teacher, 
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi; it's how an enlightened man breaths; very 
subtle breath; so, that is his contribution, I would suggest.

There is a technique, which I learned called Babaji's Cobra Breath, 
or Babaji's Kriya Kundalini Pranayam;
Which is a very powerful technique which intensifies the Kundalini, 
and the yoga of Tantra.

But for me, Maharishi's teaching is the most comprehensive of all of 
them...pranayam you can learn from anyone.
Maharishi, has translated and explained and given experience of all 
of the ancient literature of the Vedas, enlivened the value of 
enlightenment in the world, and has made an impact on the world which 
will be felt for a very long time..

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