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Award-winning artist expands creativity with Transcendental Meditation
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19 November 2010
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The article features painter and glass artist Mindy Weisel, whose work is shown in museums and institutions around the world. She explains how the Transcendental Meditation Technique has benefited her creative process in a lively, positive way.
Describing her experience with Transcendental Meditation, she says, 'You close your eyes and you have this deep, profound, meaningful rest, and it is beautiful, easy, simple. You are in a state of being, and to have this gift of being in the moment, and then somehow that lasts—and it accumulates.'
As a result of regularly practising Transcendental Meditation, she is 'more present in the creative process, in the work itself,' she says.
'Work doesn't have to be so hard. Work can come from a place of flowing, of openness, of responsiveness, of hearing, listening—just being more aware. You don't have to fight so hard to get to that work.'
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