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Lena Dunham: 'I've been meditating since I was 9 years old'
by Carolyn Gregoire
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9 October 2013
On 28 December 2013 The Huffington Post reported: Actress Lena Dunham—writer, creator, and star of the hit HBO TV series ''Girls''—was one of several prominent women who practise Transcendental Meditation, who spoke at the recent 'Women. Stress. Meditation.' conference in New York. The conference was held to promote the David Lynch Foundation's programme to help women and girls overcome the traumatic stress of domestic violence through Transcendental Meditation. It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the field of culture.
In The Huffington Post article, Carolyn Gregoire writes that for Dunham, practising Transcendental Meditation since childhood, the technique 'has been most beneficial when it comes to navigating the often stressful entertainment industry, and maintaining a sense of calm when she feels that her world is ''spinning quickly'' around her.
' ''[Meditation] has made it possible for me to weather certain challenges and storms and public moments that I didn't ever imagine would be in my life,'' said Dunham. ''It gathers me up for the day and makes me feel organized and happy and capable of facing the challenges of the world, both internal and external.'''
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