DLF Project in San Francisco Helps Those with HIV/AIDS

by Mario Orsatti on November 18, 2014
Over a year ago, the David Lynch Foundation in partnership with the San Francisco AIDS Foundation began providing instruction of the Transcendental Meditation technique to those suffering from HIV. At a recent conference in San Francisco, pioneering research conducted by the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for AIDS...
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Finding Enlightenment through Music and Meditation

by Erik Martin on October 24, 2014
I’m a music guy and a David Lynch fanatic. I not only know his films deeply, but I’m also intimately familiar with Twin Peaks, his interviews, paintings, music, sound design, weather forecasts… all of it. And then there’s Dumbland, perhaps his most jarring work. I remember  seeing it...
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FDNY Commissioner Cassano, TM and First Responders

by Bibi Tran on October 02, 2014
“I wasn’t going to try to sell something like Transcendental Meditation to my guys unless I did it myself,” recalls New York Fire Department (FDNY) Commissioner Salvatore Cassano, who recently retired after serving 44 years in the fire department. “So I learned...
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Bob Roth at Google Zeitgeist

by Bibi Tran on September 22, 2014
The David Lynch Foundation recently partnered with the Center for Leadership Performance (CLP) to bring Transcendental Meditation to CEOs and other leaders of the New York business community. Demand for the technique is gaining considerable traction. In recent months, hundreds of...
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#PEACEROCKS with Ringo Starr and John Varvatos

by Bibi Tran on July 29, 2014
Men’s wear designer John Varvatos celebrated Ringo’s 74th birthday a few weeks ago by launching, in honor of Ringo Starr, the #PeaceRocks campaign to benefit the David Lynch Foundation’s outreach to at-risk adults and youth. Through December 2014, every time you or a...
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A Story of Survival and Hope

by Barbara Howard on June 17, 2014
Transcendental Meditation was the saving grace for Tom North, author of True North: The Shocking Truth About “Yours, Mine and Ours.” Unlike the movie, this family had deep, dark secrets. They appeared to be the blissful Beardsleys, the happily blended family—eight of Helen...
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Everyday Health: No-Cost, Drug-Free Therapy for Autism

by Bibi Tran on March 06, 2014
Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) affect one in 88 children. A recent article from Everyday Health reports that Transcendental Meditation may be a valuable “no cost, drug-free, add-on therapy ” to help families cope with ASDs. “Some symptoms can be treated with medication,...
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Yahoo Finance: Managing Stress on Wall Street

by Bibi Tran on March 03, 2014
Stress costs the American workplace up to $300 billion annually, according to the World Health Organization. Stress is a leading cause of heart disease, depression, drug-dependency and has recently lead to multiple cases of suicide within the business community. To help...
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