Meditate in class

26th October 2007 at 01:00
Film director David Lynch has launched a campaign to encourage children in London to meditate in the classroom. The Twin Peaks creator is in London to give a series of talks on the benefits of transcendental meditation and will be speaking at the British Association of Film and Television Arts tomorrow. He has been using the technique for 30 years and is promoting his David Lynch Foundation for Consciousness-based Education and World Peace.

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