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At the Hungarian Embassy, dinner and a moviemaker
by Amy Argetsinger and Roxanne Roberts
The Washington Post Translate This Article
19 January 2007
On 19 January 2007 The Washington Post reported:
A dinner at the Embassy of Hungary in Washington, DC with filmmaker David Lynch and singer/songwriter Donovan Leitch drew an unexpectedly large crowd eager to hear about the benefits of Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation Programme.
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 world peace.
'Who knew official Washington was so eager to find its inner bliss?' asked the Washington Times article. Hungarian Ambassador Andras Simonyi said he received so many acceptances to the dinner invitations that the event—which was to take place in his home—had to be moved to the embassy instead. About 60 guests attended, including some well-known Washington figures.
David Lynch described some of the transformations in his own life brought about by Transcendental Meditation and explained 'why it should be taught in schools', the Washington Times stated.
'We grow in happiness. Creativity starts to flow,' he said.
David Lynch and Donovan spoke at Lincoln Center in New York City this past week and will appear at the Kennedy Center in DC before traveling to Los Angeles, California to lecture at the Kodak Theatre.
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