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University students in Middle East radiate peace through Transcendental Meditation
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30 January 2011
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The article features a group of university students in the Middle East who are quietly discovering happiness and peace within their own consciousness through the Transcendental Meditation Programme—and radiating these qualities to their families and communities.
Students say they not only feel more relaxed and peaceful, happy and carefree, but also have more energy and mental clarity, and get better grades in school since learning Transcendental Meditation. They feel less stress and get along better with family and friends.
Transcendental Meditation does not conflict with their religion, students say. 'I think Transcendental Meditation can unite all religions with each other,' a young lady student says. 'Everyone . . . can do Transcendental Meditation with each other. This way we can make peace.'
The article discusses extensive scientific research on Transcendental Meditation that validates students' experiences. In addition, a growing body of research—including studies done in the Middle East—on rising coherence in collective consciousness produced by large groups of meditators has also borne out students' thoughtful hopes that the technique can promote peace and unity among cultures and religions.
The students sense their pioneering role in helping create peace in the region, and express their gratitude to the David Lynch Foundation, whose generous support enabled them to learn Transcendental Meditation.
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