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David Lynch's weird, wired world
by Scott Thill
Wired Magazine Translate This Article
9 January 2007
On 9 January 2007 Wired Magazine reported:
Considered an original in the film industry, David Lynch shares his innovative insights on creativity, technology, and Transcendental Meditation.
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The Wired article stated, 'Considered one of the foremost auteurs in the film industry—and one of the most original—Lynch is also an accomplished writer, television producer, cartoonist, graphic artist and photographer. Plus, he's a guy with a big passion for high tech.'
The article discussed Lynch's experimental members-only website DavidLynch.com [which has a link to Maharishi Open University at http://www.mum.edu/], and how digital video (DV) has become another means of expression for the director who used it to film his latest work, 'Inland Empire'.
Wired asked why Mr Lynch decided to start a foundation for Transcendental Meditation.
Mr Lynch explained that he set up his foundation [David Lynch Foundation for Consciousness-based Education and World Peace at http://davidlynchfoundation.org] based on his own experience of 32 years practicing Transcendental Meditation, which allows him to directly experience the 'unbounded, infinite ocean' of pure consciousness within. 'Then you've got more happiness, creativity and ability to understand the complexities of life,' the article quoted him as saying. 'It's very important for a filmmaker, it's very important for a human being.... When you expand your consciousness, you can catch ideas at a deeper level, and understand them more.'
Mr Lynch described the foundation's purpose to raise money so that many students can learn this technique and enjoy the unlimited creativity and intelligence available at the basis of their own consciousness—'so they can dive within ... and get on the big, fast train to enjoying life', Wired reported.
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