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The Guardian: Benefit for the David Lynch Foundation
by Melissa Locker
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2 May 2016
On April 30, 2016 The The Guardian reported: The David Lynch Foundation brought together some of the funniest comedians around—Jim Carrey, Jim Gaffigan, Saturday Night Live star Vanessa Bayer, Gilbert Gottfried and Louis CK for a night of jokes in a benefit show at the New York City Center.
Over half a million US troops suffer from PTSD, yet, according to the David Lynch Foundation's research, only 20 percent will receive adequate care due for the disorder. Through Operation Warrior Wellness, the Foundation provides the Transcendental Meditation program to help relieve symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder, major depression, and help soldiers and their families learn greater resilience to stress.
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Additional benefits from practicing TM were mentioned: The National Institute of Health has found that TM can improve heart health and other studies have found decreased blood pressure and increased increased psychological well-being.
It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the field of health.
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∙ Psychology Today: Transcendental Meditation reduces Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder symptoms
∙ David Lynch Foundation: Scholarships now available for OEF/OIF veterans to learn Transcendental Meditation
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