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'As soon as I finish meditating, I get a beautiful feeling of expanded consciousness'
by Eamon Sweeney
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3 June 2018
On 3 June 2018 The Irish Times reported: English electronica [music] wizard Jon Hopkins explains that his hypnotic fifth album, Singularity was inspired by reconnecting with nature through meditation. Hopkins practises Transcendental Meditation twice a day.
''As soon as I finish meditating, I get a beautiful feeling of expanded consciousness,'' he says. ''When I'm in this headspace I can make so much progress in my writing.'' 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 fields of the arts and culture.
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''It is funny how we talk about nature as this separate entity when we are nature, and nature is us,'' Hopkins says. 'I know that sounds very obvious, but we've completely forgotten this somewhere along the way. . . . In the last few years, I was forced into reconnecting my body and mind with nature. It was an extremely healthy process. . . .
''I realised nothing separates us from anything else in the entire natural system. . . . you begin to reconnect with a natural feeling, which was there all along from the very moment you were born, but is gradually eroded over the course of your lifetime.''
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