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Hope for the future for a young man who learned TM
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27 May 2011
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The article describes a moving and inspiring feature from Enlightenment magazine (volume 1, issue 2) entitled 'A Quiet Revolution', in which Rabbi Alan Green tells of how he came to learn the Transcendental Meditation Technique shortly before the end of high school. He shares how his view of life immediately changed from bleakness to great hope and how his joie de vivre quickly blossomed.
At odds with his parents, teachers, and fellow students, and initially skeptical about Transcendental Meditation, on the recommendation of friends Alan learned the technique in June 1971. Many years later, he still remembers 'the experience of a deeper silence than I had ever known before. In that silence, I realized that all that had gone wrong in my life, in time, would be put right. On a deep level, I felt for the first time in my life that there was great hope for my future, and for the future of the world.
'Over the following weeks and months, a quiet revolution began to unfold in my life. I began to think thoughts and feel emotions that I had never experienced before. I began to enjoy the company of my family and friends. . . . More than 20,000 meditations later, that same silence continues to unfold in its graceful and often surprising way.'
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