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6 June 2016
The Excellence In Action page of Global Good News is featuring Dustin Matthews, who grew up in Eliot, a small town in Maine, and attended Plymouth State University in New Hampshire, where he was captain of the football team. After obtaining an undergraduate degree in physical education, Dustin got a master's in education and went on to assist in coaching the college football team. After he left the university, he worked as a personal trainer.
During this time he and his mother discovered the Transcendental Meditation technique and learned it together in 2014.
''When I first learned TM I was kind of an angry person,'' said Dustin. ''As soon as I learned TM, I would feel happy when I was meditating. And that feeling began to last. Now I am a different person.''
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Dustin liked the rapid progress he was making with his personal growth and decided to enroll in the Maharishi Vedic Science master's program at Maharishi University of Management.
''There is such a variety of classes, like Maharishi AyurVeda* and Maharishi Self-Pulse Reading; Maharishi Vedic Science in Physics; Physiology, Consciousness, and Veda; and Bhagavad Gita,' he said. ''Some subjects are practical, like Maharishi AyurVeda, while others expand your understanding of the universe.''
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* Ayur-Veda, or ''Science of Life'', is the world's oldest and most complete system of natural health care. Maharishi AyurVeda is a comprehensive, prevention-oriented approach to health care based on Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's revival of AyurVeda, the traditional system of natural medicine in India. Maharishi Ayurveda incorporates a wide range of procedures for the prevention and treatment of disease, and deals holistically with consciousness, physiology, psychology, behavior, and environment.
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