David Lynch discusses the benefits of meditation.

Consciousness, Creativity and the benefits of

Transcendental Meditation (TM)

Transcendental meditation refers to a specific form of mantra meditation called the Transcendental Meditation technique.  The meditation practice involves the use of a mantra and is practiced for 15–20 minutes twice per day while sitting with one’s eyes closed.  134 more words

David Lynch

Close the door, put out the light

I had the loveliest soundtrack for my morning meditation today — the pouring rain. Within the past year someone asked me what my favorite sound is, and that was my answer. 837 more words

A Look at Transcendental Meditation

By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

I think meditation is essential for any spiritual seeker who wants to elevate their consciousness, because it takes us out of the mind and into a place of peace and bliss. 1,696 more words

Wes' Articles

I Was Having a Crap Day!

I was having a crap day yesterday. I was feeling frustrated about some issues, which I won’t go into now.

While surfing Facebook I saw a post from a friend about raising funds for a project in Africa. 171 more words

Inspiration And Light

Living is easy with eyes closed


I started Transcendental Meditation last week. I was very generously given a gift certificate for my birthday and it took me a few seven months to finally use it. 1,156 more words

LET'S HIT THE FUCKIN' ROAD (to inner peace)

There is something beautifully Lynchian about this. Like if Frank Booth took up TM




There is an old saying, the source of which now eludes me, a stray line in an old and musty book, the grizzled quip of a day laborer, or even the off-handed truism of a hermetic philosopher, which, as I have ventured this charred and dying Earth, alas, appears to be the very essence of existence, the very pin holding the loose and poorly stitched clothes together as they droop, barely covering the many pustules, boils, and lacerations that pock all of human life: “Oftentimes, that’s what the fuck life is: one vile fucking task after another”. 227 more words