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James Gaffigan: What travel has taught me
by Julietta Jameson
Traveller (Australia) Translate This Article
27 September 2019
On 27 September 2019 Traveller (Australia) reported: Conductor James Gaffigan has visited many beautiful interesting countries, mostly through his work. [He describes how he and his future wife came to learn Transcendental Meditation some years ago in Washington, DC:] Among all the noise and traffic around the White House we came across a sign that said ''an introduction to Transcendental Meditation (TM)''. [They have found TM to be] a method that opens up one's awareness, and cuts through anxieties which promotes clarity of thoughts. It has changed our lives in a profound way. It's simple. It's a gift. And anyone can do it. It is a joy for Global Good News to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the field of the arts and culture.
Click here to read the complete article* online on Traveller.com.au
American James Gaffigan is chief conductor of the Lucerne Symphony in Switzerland and the principal guest conductor for the Netherlands' Radio Philharmonic Orchestra.
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Global Good News comment:
* Mr. Gaffigan's experience with Transcendental Meditation, titled ''Transcendence,'' is one of five topics featured in this recent article in Traveller, in which he explores various aspects of ''what travel has taught me''.
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