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The serene life: David Lynch meditates on 'Inland Empire'
by Mark Fagan
The Austin Chronicle Translate This Article
23 January 2007
On 23 January 2007 The Austin Chronicle reported:
The world's leading avant-garde filmmaker, David Lynch, keeps himself busy as evidenced by just one of his many accomplishments -- his new book about Transcendental Meditation, 'Catching the Big Fish: Meditation, Consciousness, and Creativity'.
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The Austin Chronicle stated, 'A practitioner of Transcendental Meditation for more than 30 years, he forgoes the misery and depression associated with the life of many auteurs, instead breaking twice a day—unwaveringly—to meditate and to find the ''happiness within'' that is obtained through the state of knowing pure consciousness. He talked about that and more via telephone from Seattle a week before his trip to Austin for [his newest film] Inland Empire's regional premiere.'
The article continued in a question and answer format, covering many topics including Lynch's innovative use of a digital video camera to film Inland Empire, his other creative techniques, and the actors he works with.
When asked what happens when someone practises Transcendental Meditation, he enthusiastically described how the world one experiences becomes more enjoyable as one's perception, comprehension, and appreciation of it become more and more clear through TM. One is less susceptible to stress, less overshadowed by the pressures of work. 'Everything starts getting more like a great big, beautiful game.'
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