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Amazing Hollywood actress: 'Bye Tinseltown, hello M.U.M.' Golden Dame to Golden Dome
by Robert J. Kennedy
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Fairfield, United States
11 February 2005
On 11 February 2005 Living Well reported:
Constance Brenneman, one of the stars of the 2004 Jacqueline Bisset movie 'Swing', has traded a career as a film actress to become a student at Maharishi University of Management.
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 education.
Brenneman learned Transcendental Meditation in May of 2004. She told the writer of the article that learning TM was the 'best investment, ever'.
Brenneman had seen Dr John Hagelin in the independent film, 'What the Bleep', and had become very interested in quantum physics and the Unified Field. She also insisted that TM is becoming very popular in Hollywood and that many people are beginning to realize how beneficial it is.
As the article explained, the actress attended a visitor's weekend at Maharishi University of Management after visiting the school's website many times. When she came for the Visitors' Weekend, she felt immediately that 'Fairfield was amazing'.
According to the article, this past summer, Brenneman turned down a leading role on 'All My Children' on ABC to enroll at M.U.M.
At first Brenneman's family found it hard to understand why she had given up so much success in Hollywood to move to Fairfield, Iowa, to attend M.U.M. She invited them to visit and reports, 'They loved it so much, they are thinking of sending my sister here.'
Now a full-time student at the University, Brenneman is thriving. She says, 'MUM professors are amazing. I have been blown away by each professor's wisdom and passion in giving this knowledge . . . I'm so happy to be at MUM. I'm learning so many things, about everything I've always wanted to learn about.'
Brenneman told the interviewer how deeply grateful she is for the knowledge she has had the good fortune to receive at M.U.M. She expressed her thanks to the donors who keep the University running and to the teachers who have taught TM throughout the world. Addressing these teachers, Brenneman said, ' . . . you know deep in your hearts this is the most useful knowledge. It can establish world peace.'
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