On February 11, 2014, three distinguished panels comprised of leading experts in business, health, and women professionals met to discuss the effects of the Transcendental Meditation technique on creativity, performance, and stress management
• Ray Dalio, Founder of Bridgewater Associates, owner and CEO of the world's largest hedge fund, famous on Wall Street not only for his financial genius but also for his high ethical standards
• Dr. Mehment Oz, Host of "The Dr. Oz Show" and Professor of Heart Surgery at Columbia University Medical School
• Arianna Huffington, President and Editor-in-Chief of Huffington Post Media Group
• Mario Batali, Chef, writer, restaurateur and media personality
• Dr. Pamela Peeke, MD, MPH, National Institutes of Health researcher and TV host on the Discovery Channel
• Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell, PhD, Dean of the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University
• Dr. Norman Rosenthal, MD, Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Georgetown University, former 20-year senior researcher at the National Institutes of Health
• Lesley Jane Seymour, Editor-in-Chief of MORE magazine
• Andrew Ross Sorkin, moderator, Host of CNBC Squawk Box
• Bob Roth, Executive Director of the David Lynch Foundation
Bob Roth: "Deep within every one of us is a level of the mind that's already quiet, silent. And in Transcendental Meditation we access it."
Dr Oz: "There have been lots of studies looking at TM. Without any question it seems to reduce blood pressure as much as many prescription medications. And if I can give you a solution that reduces blood pressure, which is the number one cause of aging, that doesn't require medication I think we ought to take advantage of it."
Ray Dalio: "If there's stress, I'll just break off and go into meditation. It will just wash off of me."
Mario Batali: "Transcendental Meditation gives me a wider base from which to see more opportunities."
Mary Schmidt Campbell: "When you walk into a room and you walk in with that calm and with that different pace and rhythm, it has an impact on the people who are around you."
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