Meditation Improves Performance at Military University





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Published on May 3, 2012

http://www.operationwarriorwellness.org/ If you are inspired by this video please make a donation using the button on the right. The David Lynch Foundation's Operation Warrior Wellness Program runs entirely on donations. There is a long list of military and veterans organizations eager to participate.

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

Veterans are often loath to acknowledge to themselves or others their inner wounds of war after they return home from combat. Healing those wounds of war requires an approach that directly impacts the neurophysiology underlying post traumatic stress.

Norwich University is a military college located in Northfield, Vermont. Recently they made the momentous decision to include the Transcendental Meditation technique as part of their daily routine. This video documents the astonishing improvements that took place.

"That semester I got the highest GPA I've ever gotten, with 23 credits - the biggest course load I've ever taken - and with two seminar classes. I got a 3.47 GPA." - c/CPT Brandon Jennings, Senior at Norwich University Corps of Cadets

"We're happy if you feel better, but we're REALLY happy if you feel better and you don't get in trouble and you perform better and you are retained longer." - Brigadier General Rhonda Cornum, Ph.D.,M.D. Director, Comprehensive Soldier Fitness, US Army G-3/5/7

For more information on the David Lynch Foundation's Operation Warrior Wellness program for soldiers and veterans, or to make a donation, please visit: http://www.operationwarriorwellness.o...


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