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David Lynch raising consciousness and everything he'll say about 'Inland Empire'
by Glenn Whipp
Los Angeles Daily News Translate This Article
13 November 2005
On 13 November 2005 Los Angeles Daily News reported:
World acclaimed film director David Lynch has taken time out from editing his latest feature to speak at 13 colleges on the East and West Coasts, talking to students about the value of the Transcendental Meditation Programme (TM). Lynch, who has practised TM for 32 years, told Daily News reporter Glenn Whipp that if more people would meditate for 20 minutes twice a day the world would see more fulfilment and much less suffering.
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Author Whipp noted that Lynch had recently founded the David Lynch Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace with the goal of raising $7 billion to fund seven universities of world peace in seven different countries.
When Lynch was asked in the interview if $7 billion sounded like a huge amount of money, Lynch replied, 'Well, $7 billion sounds like a lot, but when the military spends $7 billion, we don't blink an eye. Spending $7 billion for Consciousness-Based Education and world peace would be spending it to let human beings realize their full potential, and it would be spending money to bring real peace on earth. Not just an absence of war, but real peace.'
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