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Transcendental Meditation helps student express herself as an artist more creatively
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14 March 2012
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The article features Jennifer Hernandez, a second-year student at Maharishi University of Management (MUM) who grew up in the Bronx, New York City, in a family with Dominican and Lebanese origins. Conventional colleges didn't appeal to her; instead, she was looking for a spiritual university where she could study natural medicine. Her aunt, a naturopathic doctor, suggested MUM, and after looking through the brochures, Jennifer knew she belonged there.
Jennifer enrolled in August 2010. She has been interested in art since she was a small child and has always wanted to be a writer and artist specializing in art education and art therapy. As a result, she enjoys art and writing classes at MUM, and finds that practising the Transcendental Meditation technique has made her more self-confident and enabled her to express herself as an artist more creatively.
''What I have learned is that there is a stillness in me,'' Jennifer said. ''I developed a sense of patience and a deeper understanding and awareness that I didn't have before. I can be active and creative and still be grounded at the same time.''
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