Maharishi Mahesh Yogi on History International Channel (November 2007)

Originally posted on The Uncarved Blog:
For those of you who missed the A&E biopic on Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, aired on their History International Channel, November 28, 2007, it has been posted in its entirety on blip.tv by Raja Felix http://rajafelix.blip.tv: GOOD NEWS – Indications of rising global consciousness. This episode’s permalink: Maharishi on History…

New film shows David Lynch retracing Maharishi’s footsteps from North to South India and the start of the TM movement

It’s a Beautiful World is film by Richard Beymer of David Lynch retracing his Master’s footsteps throughout India, when Maharishi left the Silence of the Himalayas behind to travel to the south of India to Rameshwaram and Kanyakumari, to his first lecture in the Trivandrum Library, which started the TM Movement.

Hafiz said to leave something in the marketplace, and Jesse Winchester sure did before he left us.

Hafiz’s poem, translated by Daniel Ladinsky, of leaving something behind in the world to inspire others, is exemplified in the singer/songwriting musical skills of the late Jesse Winchester. Read Hafiz’s poem, Leave something in the marketplace, then listen and be moved when Jesse sings this love song, Sham-A-Ling-Dong-Ding.

Jerry Seinfeld and Howard Stern share stories about their Transcendental Meditation practice

For those who have been following Jerry Seinfeld’s award-winning online series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, his latest guest was Howard Stern. (See The Last Days of Howard Stern.) Jerry and Howard talked for several hours about a wide range of topics, including how their over 40-year TM practice has impacted their lives. Because of […]

KTVO reports on Maharishi University of Management’s Visitors Weekend

Prospective students from different states and even countries made the trek to Fairfield last Friday for Maharishi University of Management’s Visitors Weekend. See the KTVO TV report.

Second study to show Transcendental Meditation reduces PTSD in African Refugees—in just 10 days

African civilians in war-torn countries have experienced the threat of violence or death, and many have witnessed the abuse, torture, rape and even murder of loved ones. Congolese war refugees suffering from severe posttraumatic stress disorder who learned the Transcendental Meditation technique showed a significant reduction in PTSD symptoms in just 10 days, according to a study published today in the February 2014 issue of the Journal of Traumatic Stress.

Australian TV show objectively reports on TM

Transcendental Meditation on ABC’s Catalyst Sydney, Australia Published over a year ago, this report on Transcendental Meditation, by the ABC’s Catalyst in Sydney, Australia, takes an objective look at the uniqueness of the practice, and its personal and health benefits. One skeptical physician says most people would sooner pop a pill to lower their blood […]