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TM regaining popularity
by Nora O'Dowd
The Times of Trenton Translate This Article
15 January 2007
On 15 January 2007 The Times of Trenton reported:
Transcendental Meditation is regaining popularity thanks in part to the recent efforts of filmmaker David Lynch and the musician Donovan.
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.
The article stated that the musician Donovan and Mr Lynch have joined together to promote Transcendental Meditation by giving several concerts in the next few weeks on the east coast.
The article also explained the history and benefits of Transcendental Meditation and that '...there has been a surge in recent planning for 3,000 ''Peace Palaces,'' centers for meditation, incorporating spa treatments and holistic health approaches.'
Dr Bill Sands, director of the Maharishi Enlightenment Center in Paoli, PA, who was interviewed for the article, observed that TM, together with all its affiliated programmes including Vedic agriculture and Vedic approach to health, is even more meaningful today because of the 'growing dissatisfaction with the medical system, a dissatisfaction with food production, a growing concern for all aspects of the environment.' Because of these concerns, he said, 'People are opening the door to alternatives.'
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