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- About this folder
Major and/or new presentations
- David Lynch Foundation Events and Symposia
- Videos and testimonials
Jason Aviles, Ben Harper, Carmen Diaz, Martin Scorsese, Ray Dalio, Russell Simmons, David Ware, Quiet Time in Detroit, Washington DC, and many others
- Overviews of TM by Bob Roth
10 min interview on Fox News, 15 min presentation at Google Zeitgeist, 20 min introductory lecture
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Children of the Night
Organized to combat child prostitution, Children of the Night has teamed up with the David Lynch Foundation to give residents the opportunity to learn Transcendental Meditation to help them overcome the deep stress and and trauma of their past and move forward with their lives.
- Consciousness and neuroscience
- David Lynch Foundation
About David Lynch, the David Lynch Foundation, and some of its programs
- Education and schools
- Employers, Foundations, Health care providers
- Global (Africa, Europe, Latin America, Asia)
- Health effects and scientific research
Under development - A highly selected sampling from some of the commentaries, news stories, articles that have appeared
- Homeless persons
- Law enforcement, Criminal justice, Corrections and rehabilitation
- Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and the TM Movement
Was History of the Movement, then was The TM Movement
- Media coverage
Newspaper, magazine, radio, TV coverage - highly selected
- People, populations, personalities
- Reducing conflict, stress, trauma, violence
Using TM and the TM-Sidhis with cadets, soldiers, veterans, PTSD sufferers, refugees, bereaved persons; preventing war and expanding peace
- Web sites about TM
- Robert Schneider: Mind Over DNA: Transforming DNA from the Inside Out (18 min)
Dr. Schneider explains why TIME magazine says that your DNA is NOT your destiny. Giving a new angle on epigenetics, he explains why and how you can use consciousness, what, and how you think, as well as lifestyle choices, such as exercise, diet, supplements, and stress management, to improve your genetic makeup. He traces the historical development of modern medicine from the surface levels of surgery, to the finest levels of modern genomic medicine, and introduces the concept of quantum medicine and the role of the Transcendental Meditation technique in epigenetics.
- The Intelligent Optimist, Jan-Feb 2013
Several articles about consciousness, meditation, and levitation.
- Meditation nurtures social activism
Life stories of two women – of Alice Leahy, 70, from Ireland, and Aziza Hussein, 91, from Egypt. These two outstanding ladies have been practicing Transcendental Meditation for decades while being involved in more than the average share of social activism in their respective communities.
- Institute of Science, Technology and Public Policy
"The Institute of Science, Technology and Public Policy at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa, was founded by director Dr. John Hagelin to identify, scientifically evaluate, and implement proven, prevention-oriented, forward-looking solutions to critical national and global problems."
- Kevin Carmody site on Vedic Science and TM
An EXTENSIVE collection of links to organizations, websites, and articles.
- Joseph Weber - Transcendental Meditation in America: How a New Age Movement Remade a Small Town in Iowa
Transcendental Meditation in America: How a New Age Movement Remade a Small Town in Iowa. By Joseph Weber University of Iowa Press, 2014 Excerpt at http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/middle_west_review/summary/v001/1.2.weber.html
- TM Friends video for 2015 (25 min)
- Mindfulness And Transcendental Meditation: Why These Practices Are Having A Moment
Diane Rehm Show, May 17, 2016 Transcendental Meditation is a practice that has its roots in Hinduism. Mindfulness traces back to Buddhist awareness techniques. Today in America, these forms of meditation seem to be everywhere from schools to businesses to the military. Whether it’s to treat a serious medical condition, help deal with depression, or simply find peace in the craziness of life, Americans are increasingly turning to meditation for answers. Diane and her panel of guests discuss how these practices work, their roots in Asian religion, and what science tells us about how they could impact our health. Guests Dr. Norman Rosenthal author, "Super Mind: How to Boost Performance and Live a Richer and Happier Life Through Transcendental Meditation"; clinical professor of psychiatry at Georgetown University School of Medicine; the first psychiatrist to describe and diagnose SAD, seasonal affective disorder. Dr. Rezvan Ameli clinical psychologist, National Institute of Mental Health; author, "25 Lessons in Mindfulness: Now Time for Healthy Living" Jennie Rothenberg Gritz senior editor, Smithsonian Magazine Jeff Wilson associate professor of Religious Studies and East Asian Studies, Renison University College at the University of Waterloo; author, "Mindful America: The Mutual Transformation of Buddhist Meditation and American Culture"