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David Lynch wants everyone to ... relax
by Amy S. Rosenberg
Philadelphia Inquirer Translate This Article
2 October 2005
On 2 October 2005 Philadelphia Inquirer reported:
Filmmaker David Lynch is touring college campuses to speak about the Transcendental Meditation Programme and to raise $7 billion for a new non-profit foundation dedicated to consciousness-based world peace and education. Reporter Amy Rosenberg said that Lynch wants to make the meditation technique available to students 'who are suffering from lots of high blood pressure, anxiety, and other ailments'.
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'I want God to dance with us in a flow of bliss,' Lynch told the overflow crowd at the University of Pennsylvania. 'We're not made to suffer.'
The reporter also talked to Harvard mental-health services chief Dr. Richard Kadison who cited statistics that find nearly half of all students experience depression during college, and one in ten will consider suicide. According to Kadison, students often resort to such destructive behaviours as eating disorders, drug abuse, cutting themselves, and suicide attempts. Kadison told Rosenberg that he supports Lynch's efforts.
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