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Director David Lynch at Brown
by Michael Janusonis
Providence Journal Translate This Article
30 September 2005
On 30 September 2005 Providence Journal reported:
Director David Lynch is on a cross-country mission to promote the merits of Transcendental Meditation to college students. 'There are a lot of people waiting to hear some good news and learn about something they can do to make life better,' Lynch said.
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Lynch recently established the David Lynch Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace, which he hopes will raise enough money to train any US child who wants to learn how to practise TM.
'It's not just sitting in a room trying to be calm and thinking about life. It's more than prayer, which on the surface isn't so powerful, although on a deeper level prayer is answered instantaneously.' Lynch who meditates twice a day, went on to explain that the key to TM was the experience of transcending. 'You've got to be trained to meditate properly. The key is the word 'transcend', he noted.
Lynch told the Providence Journal that he believes TM can be a key to 'permanent world peace . . . not just an end to warfare, but to amplify inner peace to affect the entire world. It's a holistic experience, a feeling of totality that opens you up to all avenues of life.' He went on to observe, 'Once you dive in, the negativity starts to recede and inner happiness starts to grow.'
The weeklong tour includes such stops as University of Pennsylvania, American University in Washington, DC, Yale, Emerson College in Boston, and Brown University.
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