The collection ranges from such topics as the rise of meditation and yoga on today's campuses to combating stress with Transcendental Meditation, in addition to celebrities discussing benefits derived from practising TM. Television journalist and senior ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos, for example, told The New York Times that it was the scientific evidence about the TM technique that convinced him to learn, saying that with TM added to his grueling schedule, 'I feel more space in my life even when it's not there.' Singer-songwriter Donovan is featured in the Liverpool Echo coverage of a concert to raise funds for teaching students Transcendental Meditation in Scotland.
Links take the reader to a rich variety of media and videos such as Change Begins Within, a David Lynch Foundation presentation about providing TM for stress relief to war refugees and veterans suffering from PTSD, women and children victims of violence, and students in inner city schools:
The centerpiece of the video is a recent New York City luncheon hosted by the David Lynch Foundation—Women in the Media Who Meditate, chaired by Arianna Huffington, president and editor-in-chief of Huffington Post Media, with a panel of women leaders in the media who practise Transcendental Meditation: Robin Roberts, anchor of ABC's Good Morning America; Patricia Harrison, president and CEO of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting; Cynthia McFadden, senior legal and investigative correspondent for NBC News; Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, Lenox Hill Hospital heart specialist and host of 'Focus on Health'; Dr. Jennifer Ashton, senior medical correspondent for ABC news; Lesley Seymour, editor-in-chief of More magazine; and Perri Peltz, award-winning HBO producer and director.