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by Julie Eagleton
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14 October 2011
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'I first learned of Transcendental Meditation (TM) as a 20-year-old attending an introductory talk at Liverpool University,' writes British journalist Julie Eagleton. 'I recall being mesmerised as the female meditator spoke of the wonders of TM. But oddly the thing I remember most, is at the end of the meeting, the speaker revealed to the audience that she was 73 (she looked 50 if that) and I almost fell off my chair.'
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.
'Learning Transcendental Meditation at the TM centre in Victoria, London . . . has been one of the most useful things I have ever done,' she goes on to say. 'It helps the flow of creativity, promotes good health and helps with focus and relaxation. But one of the most important factors for me, is that it's a really simple technique to learn and easy to incorporate into a busy life.'
Describing her experience practising the technique, Ms. Eagleton says, 'During meditation the mind naturally transcends (goes beyond) thought to experience a state that is described as pure Being. At the basis of all natural phenomena is the Unified Field of Natural Law and via TM . . . the mind reaches this field which is also described as an ocean of pure consciousness. Filmmaker David Lynch refers to this as ''diving within''. Basically it's connecting with the true you and it all feels very natural, restful and blissful.'
She also describes the work of the David Lynch Foundation in bringing Transcendental Meditation to high-risk groups including veterans with PTSD, prison inmates, inner-city students, and American Indians.
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© Copyright 2011 Julie Eagleton
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