Inner Peace in the Middle East | International Programs | David Lynch Foundation





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Published on Nov 24, 2010

http://www.davidlynchfoundation.org/ Since 2005 the David Lynch Foundation has shared Transcendental Meditation with our most stressed populations. If you are inspired by this video please make a donation using the Donate button on the right. The David Lynch Foundation runs entirely on donations and there is a long list of schools and organizations eager to participate. Change begins within.

DLF Middle East Project: University Students Practicing Transcendental Meditation.

Sahar Bassam, University Student in Business Administration: "I really feel a relaxation, I feel like I have more energy. My mind is so clear. I really had problems with my family, such as fighting with my sister, but now, I really feel more peaceful."

Hadeel Qaous, University Student in Information Systems: "Really, I feel less stressed. This is the first thing I found. In my relationship, I have more contact, I can speak with people; as you see me, I am so happy now. And that affects the people around me. I solve my problems better now. That's really affected me."

Hijazi Isaili, University Student in English Literature: "It has a positive effect on me, on my behavior, my health, my studies. My studies are more easy to understand. Also, at home, when somebody does something to make me angry, I'm not angry! Just take it easy and solve the problem in an appropriate way."

"This is the first thing I've encountered in my life where I feel more comfortable, relaxed. I feel the purity of my mind. After that, I feel like flying in the sky."

"Some people think this is wrong for us, but after we experience it, we see that it's the opposite. It is not against religion at all; it is progress and continuation with religion to help us understand our religion in a quiet way."

"If you want to get better marks in school, come and practice it, and you will see. You will not lose anything. You will not lose time. It's easy, it's natural."

Hadeel Tahboub, University Student in Information Systems: "I think Transcendental Meditation can unite all religions with each other. Everyone, Muslim, Christian, any, any religion, can do TM with eachother. This way, we can make peace. It's not religious."

For more information on how to learn the Transcendental Meditation technique, please visit: http://www.tm.org?leadsource=CRM1262


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