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Great Britain: Tour of brain researcher continues to inspire media coverage of Consciousness-Based Education
by Global Good News staff writer
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6 June 2009
Following the visit of expert brain researcher Dr Fred Travis from the United States, major newspapers in Great Britain are continuing to report the benefits of the Transcendental Meditation Programme in education.
Dr Travis 'seems to have created a spark in British national consciousness' said Raja Peter Warburton, Raja of Invincible Great Britain for the Global Country of World Peace.
An article in The Independent, one of the four main serious newspapers in the country according to Raja Peter, recently reported on a school that gives students an hour a week of quiet relaxing time. Thanks to a call to the newspaper from a local Teacher of Transcendental Meditation mentioning Dr Travis's tour, the article also discusses Transcendental Meditation and Dr Travis's explanations about its unique effectiveness, Raja Peter said.
The article, entitled 'Licence to Chill', reports that 'Dr Fred Travis, Director of the Center for Center for Brain, Consciousness, and Cognition at Maharishi University of Management, Iowa says there is strong evidence that Transcendental Meditation relaxes and integrates the brain more than any other type of meditation.'
The article also highlights the worldwide initiatives of the David Lynch Foundation and the Paul McCartney benefit concert* held in April in New York City. Renowned filmmaker David Lynch 'argues that every child needs to dive within himself and experience the field of silence, bliss, the enormous reservoir of energy and intelligence which is within us all,' the article states.
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