How We Present
Film screening presents David Lynch's message to students in Germany: 'All the good is there in the field of unity'
by Global Good News staff writer
Global Good News Translate This Article
4 February 2010
Award-winning filmmaker David Lynch spoke to students and answered questions in a one-hour film that was recently screened to a capacity audience, at a cinema in Weimar, Germany.
Please see Part I of this article.
The cinema produced a brochure that includes this film, said Dr Eckart Stein, National Director of Education for the Global Country of World Peace in Germany.
The brochure is titled: 'David Lynch in Berlin: Change the World from Inside with One Million Meditating Students'.
'In January 2006,' the brochure continues, 'the great author, producer, and filmmaker David Lynch . . . talked about his film Inland Empire; [and also discussed] consciousness, creativity, and the brain; Transcendental Meditation, and world peace—and invited 2,000 Berlin students to make Germany invincible in a very peaceful way.'
The film was not made by David Lynch, said Dr Stein, but it features Dr Lynch and renowned quantum physicist Dr John Hagelin during their visit to Germany in 2006. They came to give a big public presentation in the capital city of Berlin, and spoke to about 400 students of film.
The students asked questions, and 'Dr Lynch and Dr Hagelin answered very brilliantly,' Dr Stein commented.
Dr Stein showed a short clip featuring some of the comments of Dr Lynch about the life-transforming benefits of the Transcendental Meditation Programme.
'Really, all the good is there in the field of unity [Transcendental Consciousness],' Dr Lynch said. 'It's pure positive. Just like no darkness can exist in light, no negativity can exist in this field. Ramp up that light, watch negativity go away, enjoy life, enjoy making films, get more ideas, get more power to your desires. When you expand this container of consciousness, you plant the desire deeper and deeper, and it has more power. . . .
'I might have made the same movies [without Transcendental Meditation]', commented Dr Lynch, who has practised the technique for over 30 years. 'I say maybe the situations in your life will stay the same. You start meditating, you're not going to necessarily win the lottery. But, it's how we go through the situation.
'Some people, if something happens, they get a sorrow, and they can't get rid of it. You go visit them, and you try to cheer them up; it doesn't work, they hold on to that sorrow.
'Now still, you can get angry, but you can't hold on to that anger so long. You can get sorrowful, but you can't hold on to that sorrow so long.
'It's how you go through the things.
'And I think intuition, and the joy of doing, and the ability to catch ideas on a deeper level—these things grow [through Transcendental Meditation]. It's a real thing—and it's so good for creating. . . .
'It is possible—Heaven on Earth,' Dr Lynch said.
* Dr Stein's report was featured on the 28 January 2010 Maharishi Global Family Chat, broadcast daily via Internet webcast on the Maharishi Channel, Channel 3. Podcasts of the daily Global Family Chat (audio track) are also now available for automatic download, via an RSS feed.
© Copyright 2010 Global Good News®
Global Good News comment:
For the good news about Maharishi's seven-point programme to create a healthy, happy, prosperous society, and a peaceful world, please visit: Global Financial Capital of New York.
Translation software is not perfect; however if you would like to try it, you can translate this page using: