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Donovan: Meditation a better high
by Mark Voger
Asbury Park Press Translate This Article
13 November 2006
On 13 November 2006 Asbury Park Press reported:
Singer Donovan has recently joined filmmaker David Lynch as a proponent of Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation Technique. Donovan learned TM in the 1960's and credits some of the musicians of that time, including himself, with bringing 'meditation to the attention of our generation'.
It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring
fulfilment to the field of world peace.
Donovan feels that meditation was 'the flower of the '60s'. The article quotes him as saying that when he first learned Transcendental Meditation, 'it became clear that it would catch on over a period of years. I learned that something happened above everything ... above ... the suffering that was obviously there in the '60s. One thing came through, and it is working.'
Donovan says that anyone of any religion can enjoy the benefits of TM without making any changes in lifestyle.
Recently, Donovan began promoting the benefits of TM especially as they relate to students. The article quotes Donovan as saying: 'I got a call from David Lynch. As you probably know, David Lynch is the most amazing filmmaker in the last 40 years. He's been meditating for 35 years.'
The article reported that 'Lynch told Donovan of his organization, the David Lynch Foundation, which aims to spread ... meditation to young people.'
'Now' Donovan was quoted as saying 'the David Lynch Foundation has got the musical wing of Donovan working for it.'
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