Because I was a TM teacher. Willy wasn't.
Anyone can teach meditation to anyone, as long as
they don't call it TM. So, this is just another
attempt by Bhairatu to claim special status where
there is none. But it's a fact that there is no 'Bhairatu'
on the list of approved TM teachers at the Fairfield
Posted below are excerpts from two respondents
concerning the origin of the TM bija mantras.
These individuals are known TM teachers who spent
years working closely with the Maharishi in India.
Each of them remain in good standing with the TMO.
Maharishi did not offer us much in the
way of where these techniques came from.
That situation been now been corrected. I have
posted a very plausible explanation of where
the TM techniques came from. So far, I've seen
no evidence that I'm wrong about any of my
On the origin of the TM bija mantras:
"Bija mantras issued by TM are ''Sri Vidya''
bija mantras. To be fair, I won't go into what
they are, but if one listens to all TM mantras,
except for 2, they are 2 or 3 syllable, and
this is a very important component of the
From: Billy Smith
Subject: Re: Guru Dev and "Sri Vidya"
Date: April 22, 2003
"You are getting "warmer" when it comes to
understanding TM's origins with your posts
regarding the Shankaracharya tradition and its
practice of Srividya..."
From: James Duffy
Subject: Re: TM: Siva Sutra
Date: September 21, 2003