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Donovan meditating on peace, violence and drug abuse
by Fred Mills
Harp Magazine Translate This Article
13 November 2007
On 13 November 2007 Harp Magazine reported:
Donovan, famous for such songs as 'Sunshine Superman' and 'Mellow Yellow', plans on opening a college in Scotland where students will learn Transcendental Meditation (TM).
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The reporter stated, 'Yours truly did it (Transcendental Meditation) for years and can speak very highly of it ... it does make sense that a world with more stress-free, clear-headed individuals might be a good thing for all.'
In the late 1960s, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi suggested that Donovan establish a TM university.
A discussion with filmmaker David Lynch convinced Donovan that the project can now be accomplished.
The article stated, 'The David Lynch Foundation has apparently been bringing T.M. to schools in deprived areas of the U.S. and reports that the effects upon students have been ''positive''.'
Donovan explained that to stop violence and drug abuse in schools in Scotland it would take only 250 students meditating together.
The singer said that peace is a byproduct of students practising Transcendental Meditation together.
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