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Students in California learning Transcendental Meditation, inspired by David Lynch film
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8 May 2010
Students at California State University, Long Beach in the US were inspired at a recent showing of a new documentary by Dr David Lynch, titled 'Catching the Big Fish: Part II', which chronicles the filmmaker's 18-country tour through Europe, Israel, and Brazil. During the tour, Dr Lynch presented the knowledge of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Technologies of Consciousness to college students.
'The film represents all of the knowledge brought out by Maharishi, including that regarding coherence-creating groups of Yogic Flyers; the Unified Field; and brain development,' commented Dr Robert Roth, Vice President of the David Lynch Foundation in the US, speaking on Maharishi Global Family Chat.*
Hundreds of students attended the film showing with little notice of the event, continued Dr Roth, and many of them were reluctant to leave once the 85-minute documentary was finished. 'They wanted to stay and discuss initiatives of the David Lynch Foundation for implementing Consciousness-Based Education in schools throughout the world, as well as sharing their own desires for learning the Transcendental Meditation Programme,' he said.
Dr Roth reported that plans are underway to show this film at many other universities in the US, in conjunction with follow-up lectures on Transcendental Meditation.
* Dr Roth's report was featured on the 4 May 2010 Maharishi Global Family Chat, broadcast daily via Internet webcast on the Maharishi Channel, Channel 3. Podcasts of the daily Global Family Chat (audio track) are also now available for automatic download, via an RSS feed.
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