Skip to comments.Filmmaker Introduces Veterans to Meditation
Posted on 11/28/2010 12:28:06 PM PST by Bobibutu
David Lynch is looking to make the world a little quieter.
The filmmaker behind the movies "Blue Velvet" and "Mulholland Drive" is giving $100,000 to launch Operations Warrior Wellness, an initiative to help 10,000 veterans overcome Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and other war-related illnesses through transcendental meditation, which he says creates "professional peacemakers."
Backed by the likes of actors Clint Eastwood, directors George Lucas and Martin Scorsese, Mr. Lynch will announce the new program next month at a gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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Does that include levitation I wonder?
well, at least it beats michael moore, who only introduced people to boredom.
Lucas and Scorcese..2 of the biggest libtards in H-wood, director-wise.
“Clint Eastwood is about as macho as they get and he’s been meditating longer than I have,”
Well, if it helps steady your aim...;)
Those soldiers are being brainwashed:
The Transcendental Meditation movement (also referred to as Transcendental Meditation (TM), “Maharishi’s worldwide movement”, and previously as “World Government”) is a world-wide organization founded by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in the 1950s. It includes programs and organizations connected to the Transcendental Meditation technique, developed and or introduced by the founder. Besides the TM technique proper, the TM movement also advocates the “advanced” TM-Sidhi program including “Yogic flying...