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Former corrections officer realizes Transcendental Meditation can help prison inmates
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25 March 2014
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Tawanda Miller does not fit the typical stereotype of a corrections officer. Yet the petite and soft-spoken North Carolina native worked three years in a correctional facility. Instead of regarding the inmates as criminals, she saw them as troubled people, became their friend, and won their respect. Her previous training as a nurse and her deeply compassionate nature inspired her to help them. Tawanda also became a deputy sheriff—a rare feat for a woman.
Then one day her son, who is a Maharishi University of Management (MUM) student, sent her a copy of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's book, Science of Being and Art of Living. After reading it, Tawanda realized there was a way to help inmates. She turned in her gun and badge to come to MUM and study to become a teacher of the Transcendental Meditation program.
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