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30 October 2007
On 30 October 2007 The Scotsman reported:
Legendary film director David Lynch and singer/songwriter Donovan are united in their efforts to bring the practice of Transcendental Meditation to the academic world. They say the meditation practice will benefit students in the UK from grade school through university.
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The Scotsman reported, '(Lynch) was at his most eloquent and impassioned talking about Transcendental Meditation, karma, . . . fishing for the big idea and how meditation leads to universal bliss.'
Several years ago the director established a foundation 'to promote Consciousness-Based Education and world peace', the article stated.
Donovan sang songs both old and new, 'including Invincible Donovan University, to mark the announcement of his intention to set up this Transcendental Meditation-based learning facility in Edinburgh', the Scotsman reported.
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