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9 October 2005
On 9 October 2005 New York Times reported:
In an interview preceeding his speech at a New York conference 'Is the Workplace Bad for Your Brain?' director David Lynch told the New York Times that, 'The workplace is just like the world--packed with negativity.' He recommended the Transcendental Meditation Technique as an antidote for the effects of stress in the office.
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Lynch said if employers encouraged employees to meditate they would see 'fewer sick days, increased concentration, and more good ideas'.
'Let people dive within and experience an ocean of pure consciousness,' he said. 'If every employee in the business is getting happier from within, it doesn't really matter what happens in the workplace.'
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