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From performing to teaching Transcendental Meditation
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3 December 2012
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Krystle Liggins is truly a performer. She knew from a young age that that was where she was headed. But her desire to perform went beyond entertainment. She wanted to have a positive impact on people's lives.
When she graduated from Knox College in the USA, Krystle's plan was to get an MFA in musical theatre. But she felt the stress of performing and that there was something missing. 'I was feeling that there was some deeper connection that I could possibly have, that I could provide to an audience. . . . I didn't feel that those particular qualities were nourished in me yet. There was a potential but it needed to be ''watered'' somehow.'
After hearing about Maharishi University of Management (MUM), where students, faculty, and staff all practise Transcendental Meditation, she decided to spend a year of self-development there so that she would have more of herself to give to her audiences. Once at MUM, Krystle found that the deeper qualities began to develop.
Krystle said that once those qualities were more awake, she naturally wanted to keep growing. 'So I did everything possible that the school had to offer that allowed that growth to come about.' After earning her MA in Maharishi Vedic Science at MUM, Krystle trained to become a teacher of Transcendental Meditation so that she could share with others all that the practice offered.
As a Transcendental Meditation teacher, Krystle chose to work in a project that brings the Quiet Time Program with Transcendental Meditation to public school students, to allow the systematic development of their full inner potential and the blossoming of their creativity and intelligence.
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