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1 May 2007
On 1 May 2007 Utne Reader reported:
Filmmaker David Lynch's new book, 'Catching the Big Fish', includes a discussion of the Transcendental Meditation Technique and how it has increased his happiness and creativity in daily life.
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The Utne Reader provided excerpts from 'Catching the Big Fish'.
In his book, David Lynch states that he became interested in meditation when he heard that 'true happiness lies within'.
Mr Lynch writes, 'Transcendental Meditation takes you to an ocean of pure consciousness, pure knowingness. But it's familiar; it's you. And right away a sense of happiness emerges....'
'I have never missed a meditation in 33 years,' Mr Lynch continues in 'Catching the Big Fish'. 'I meditate once in the morning and again in the afternoon, for about 20 minutes each time. Then I go about the business of my day. And I find that the joy of doing increases. Intuition increases. The pleasure of life grows. And negativity recedes.'
The Utne Reader's excerpts from 'Catching the Big Fish' also included a discussion of filmmaking and how David Lynch became inspired to become an artist and filmmaker.
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