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Transcendental Meditation: Bringing depth to the study of literature
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13 June 2011
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The article features an interview with Dr Sy Migdal, retired professor of English from San Diego, California, USA, about how his understanding and appreciation of the inner experiences described by many writers and philosophers through the ages deepened after he began practising the Transcendental Meditation Technique.
'You could look at what they wrote as theoretical—and that's the way I looked at it, as theoretical—until I began to have the same, or similar experiences myself. . . .
'Once I began to experience those feelings of inner bliss and coherence, I could read someone like, for example Whitman or philosophers like Plato, or prose writers like Emerson, and . . . relate those experiences to the experiences [I was] having.' The Transcendental Meditation Technique 'deepens your experience of literature,' says Dr Migdal. 'It makes you understand what the writers and sages were talking about.'
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