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David Lynch in conversation: 'It's ignorance that keeps us in that boat of suffering'
by Mitch Horowitz
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3 September 2016
On 3 September 2016 Salon reported: TarcherPerigee has just reissued Lynch's work ''Catching the Big Fish: Meditation, Consciousness, and Creativity'' in a 10th-anniversary edition, which includes new interviews with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.
Mr. Lynch's answered questions from his editor, Mitch Horowitz, about speaking publicly on his commitment to Transcendental Meditation, how ''the practice of diving within in meditation makes ideas easier to catch and the enjoyment of the doing increases exponentially and you appreciate people more . . .' and how those who run the entertainment industry with fear-based administration are 'idiots' lacking common sense and 'probably riddled with fear themselves'.
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Mr. Lynch speaks of consciousness in his usual profoundly simple way: ''This act of diving within in Transcendental Meditation is so easy because it's just natural—the mind wants to go into fields of greater happiness. The deeper you go, the more there is, until you hit pure bliss. Transcendental Meditation is the vehicle that takes you there, but it's the experience that does everything.
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