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29 September 2006
On 29 September 2006 Reuters reported:
US film director David Lynch says practising Transcendental Meditation has increased his happiness and flow of ideas.
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In an interview with Reuters, Lynch said he has been practising Transcendental Meditation for half of his 60 years. He recently set up the David Lynch Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace to provide funding to help promote the practice of Transcendental Meditation in schools.
Lynch explained to Reuters that practising Trancendental Meditation was 'easy and effortless'. He meditates twice a day, morning and evening, and finds he can 'just watch things get better'.
He explained how Transcendental Meditation has helped him: 'I feel so much more happiness in the doing of things. Ideas flow more. I appreciate people way more. Anger left me.' Lynch said that the technique was 'profoundly life-transforming' .
Mr Lynch continued, 'When you go within and enliven that consciousness—that pure, vibrant, wide-awake consciousness—then your container of consciousness begins to expand and you can catch ideas at a deeper level and this is money in the bank.'
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