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Questions for David Lynch: The visionary
by Deborah Solomon
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25 November 2008
On 25 November 2008 The New York Times reported:
Director David Lynch answers questions about the David Lynch Foundation, his online series on Transcendental Meditation, his book 'Catching the Big Fish', and creativity on the small screen.
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In a discussion of how David Lynch feels about people watching his films on the 'small screen', in particular the computer screen, The New York Times asks the director if he feels that an upcoming online series on Transcendental Meditation, which he writes about in his book 'Catching the Big Fish', is a good format for the subject of meditation.
The director answers: 'Any format is a good format for meditation. Every single person has within an ocean of pure vibrant consciousness. Every single human being can experience that—infinite intelligence, infinite creativity, infinite happiness, infinite energy, infinite dynamic peace.'
In the interview David Lynch also explains that his David Lynch Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace raises funds to provide Transcendental Meditation 'to any student or school'.
He said that there is 'a huge waiting list' (of those seeking support to learn the meditation technique).
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