--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Rick Archer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> on 7/30/06 5:56 PM, sparaig at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > It is an odd thing: the idea is to have everyone practicing the same 
> > technique
> > in order to 
> > get a synergistic effect. It's very obvious from the published research 
> > that,
> > no matter which 
> > technique you feel is better, that TM has radically different effects than
> > other techniques.
> > Whiy would you feel a desire to participate in a group practice of something
> > you didn't 
> > think was worth doing?
> > 
> > Are people who used to believe that "TM is best" and who now believe that
> > "my-way-
> > other-than-TM" is best, under the impression that there will be a 
> > synergistic
> > effect from 
> > them doing something other than TM at the same time most people are doing 
> > TM?
> > 
> > The reasoning escapes me.
> > 
> TM researchers say TM is best. If the quality of the lives and personalities
> of TM leaders and many who have been practicing for decades is an indication
> of the efficacy of he technique, then give me Brand X.

I didn't say anything about anything save synergistic effects. BTW, the people 
in charge of 
the TM organization are quite nice compared to many, if not most, people in 
similar lines 
of work in other organizations.

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