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Filmmaker Lynch pushes Transcendental Meditation
by Beth Sussman
The Daily Pennsylvanian Translate This Article
29 September 2005
On 29 September 2005 The Daily Pennsylvanian reported:
Noted filmmaker David Lynch, and scientists Dr John Hagelin, Dr Andrew Newberg, and Dr Fred Travis spoke on the value of the Transcendental Meditation Technique at yet another standing-room-only lecture, this time at Pennsylvania State University. 'Transcendental Meditation is the vehicle to take you to that eternal field of being,' Lynch told the crowd. 'I came out to talk about this because I truly believe it will bring peace on earth.'
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Travis demonstrated how meditation could be educationally beneficial by using an electroencephalogram on a subject as he meditated. The audience witnessed his brain activity gain rhythm and higher altitudes, both signs of a restful state.
Travis, who authored the book Is College Bad for Your Brain?, warned students that 'The fatigue, high stress, bad food, and alcohol of your college experience is bad for your brain.' He encouraged them to turn to the Transcendental Meditation Programme to improve their actions in the classroom.
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