The Sun on “no-fuss meditation”

2019-07-05T11:52:43+02:00April 17th, 2016|

Under the title “Modern Meditation - A practice without the complexities of traditional systems”, the Malaysian newspaper The Sun has recently published an interview with Acem’s founder Dr. Are Holen. Acem Meditation, starting in Norway in 1966, is described as a “no-fuss” approach to meditation - a non-religious technique that is unlike traditional meditation - one sits comfortably and gently repeats a simple sound in the mind.

Meditation as circus

2019-07-06T22:14:02+02:00October 18th, 2010|

One of the main items on the Norwegian main TV news broadcast tonight (18th Oct) was on David Lynch – coming to Norway not only to promote his films, but mostly to market Transcendental Meditation to the Norwegian media and to two cabinet ministers in direct meetings – see link. The reason why he […]

What happened in Spain?

2019-07-06T22:15:55+02:00September 11th, 2010|

BarcelonaSuccess is a challenge and must be met with a flexible attitude. When Acem's founder Dr. Are Holen was interviewed by a Barcelona newspaper, there was a boom in the interest in Acem Meditation in Spain. Activities were rescheduled, and within half a month 442 people had learnt the technique.

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