27 January 2009

Donovan Konzerte in der Schweiz

Mi, 18. März 2009, 20:00 VOLKSHAUS ZÜRICH
So, 22. März 2009, 19:00 STADTCASINO BASEL

Donovan (10. Mai 1946 in Glasgow, Schottland als Donovan Philip Leitch) ist ein britischer Sänger, Gitarrist und Songwriter auf dem Gebiet der Folk-Musik.

Donovan hatte seinen ersten Erfolg 1964 in der Fernsehshow „Ready, Steady, Go!“, ohne eine Platte veröffentlicht zu haben. Seinen ersten Hit hatte er 1965 mit der Folk-Ballade Catch the wind, die Reinhard Mey unter dem Pseudonym Rainer May als „Geh und fang den Wind“ aufnahm. Die Single erreichte den dritten Platz in den britischen Single-Charts. Weitere Erfolge aus dem Jahr 1965 brachten die Songs Colours, Turquoise und The Universal Soldier, der letzte stammte ursprünglich von der kanadischen Folk-Sängerin Buffy Sainte-Marie.

Beeinflusst von der britischen Folk-Szene um Gitarristen wie Bert Jansch und John Renbourn spielte Donovan anfangs fast ausschließlich akustischen Folk, 1966 erweiterte er seine musikalische Bandbreite, indem er in seine vielschichtigen Eigenkompositionen explizite Rock-Elemente einfließen ließ. Künstlerisches Ergebnis dieser Entwicklung sind die ausgesprochenen Folk-Rock-Klassiker Sunshine Superman (einer der ersten psychedelischen Songs überhaupt), Mellow Yellow, Hey Gyp und Hurdy Gurdy Man. Es ist ein rock-historisch interessantes Faktum, dass bei verschiedenen Musikproduktionen Donovans zwei spätere Mitglieder der 1969 gegründeten Hard-Rock-Formation Led Zeppelin, nämlich Jimmy Page und John Paul Jones, als Arrangeure und Studiomusiker mitwirkten. Donovans bekanntester Song dürfte die stimmungsvolle Folk-Ballade Atlantis von 1969 sein, welche 2001 für den Walt-Disney-Film Atlantis – The Lost Empire von den No Angels neu aufgenommen wurde und den fünften Platz in den deutschen Charts erreichte.

1968 reiste Donovan zusammen mit The Beatles nach Rishikesh (Indien), wo ein mehrwöchiger Meditationskurs des Gurus Maharishi Mahesh Yogi stattfand. George Harrison bedankte sich später auf dem Weißen Album für Donovans musikalischen Einfluss.

1969 nahm er außerdem zusammen mit der Jeff Beck Group das explizit rockorientierte Studio-Album Barabajagal auf und spielte im Jahr darauf auf dem Isle of Wight Festival. Damit demonstrierte Donovan eindrucksvoll sein breites musikalisches Spektrum - von der getragenen Folk-Ballade wie z.B. Lalena bis hin zu ausgesprochenen Folk-Rock-Songs wie z.B. Goo Goo Barabajagal. Sämtlichen Eigenkompositionen Donovans ist nicht zuletzt ein unverwechselbarer Sound zu Eigen, welcher eine suggestive musikalische Aura erzeugt und jenen einen hohen Wiedererkennungswert verleiht.

In der Folge zog sich Donovan bewusst aus der ersten Liga des Pop-Business zurück, vor allem reduzierte er drastisch seine überbordende Konzerttournee-Tätigkeit. Er beendete seine Zusammenarbeit mit dem Musikproduzenten Mickie Most, wirkte bei der Gruppe Open Road mit und heiratete Linda Lawrence, eine ehemalige Freundin des Rolling-Stones-Gitarristen Brian Jones. 1971 spielte Donovan in dem Film The Pied Piper (Der Rattenfänger) eine Hauptrolle und komponierte die Filmmusik. 1973 folgte das Album Cosmic Wheels mit Chris Spedding und Cozy Powell. Im selben Jahr trat er in der John Denver Show mit dem gleichnamigen Sänger auf und sang mit ihm zusammen das Lied Only The Blues.

1985 beteiligte sich Donovan unter anderem zusammen mit Tony Ashton, Maggie Bell und John Entwistle, unter der Leitung von Eddie Hardin, an der Vertonung des Kinderbuches Der Wind in den Weiden, welche 1991 in Freiburg im Breisgau aufgeführt wurde.

1996 veröffentlichte Donovan das von Rick Rubin produzierte Solo-Album Sutras.

2002 hatte Donovan einen Gastauftritt in der Episode „Tief im Süden“ der Science-Fiction-Zeichentrickserie Futurama, wodurch sein Name einer Generation bekannt wurde, für welche er nicht so selbstverständlich geläufig war.

2003 erhielt er den Ehrendoktortitel Doctor Of Letters der University of Hertfordshire. Nominiert wurde er unter anderem von Mac MacLeod, seinem alten Freund und Mentor.

2007 startet Donovan in Schottland die Planung einer von Maharishi inspirierten Universität: „The Invincible Donovan University“, in der Transzendentale Meditation (TM) Pflichtbestandteil ansonsten herkömmlicher Lehrpläne werden soll. Unterstützt wird er bei dem Projekt von Filmregisseur David Lynch (Twin Peaks, Blue Velvet, Mulholland Drive).

Donovan lebt mit seiner Frau und den gemeinsamen Töchtern Astrella und Oriole sowie dem Sohn aus Lindas früherer Beziehung mit Brian Jones in Irland.

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Paul McCartney tritt zugunsten von Yoga auf

Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney tritt als Hauptattraktion im Rahmen eines Konzerts zugunsten der Yoga-Technik “Fliegen” auf.

Der renommierte US-Regisseur David Lynch organisiert das Happening am 4. April in New York, und hat sich bereits die Unterstützung von Moby, Sheryl Crow, ‘Pearl Jam’-Gitarrist Eddie Vedder und Donovan gesichert. Ziel ist es, genug Geld zu sammeln, damit Schüler die Meditationstechnik erlernen können.

Der Filmemacher ist offenbar der Meinung, dass die Welt sich “über Nacht” zum Besseren wandeln könne, wenn einfach genug Kinder transzendentale Meditation praktizieren. Es reicht bereits aus, wenn ein Prozent der Kids in Gruppen meditiert, um den Weltfrieden auszulösen, glaubt Lynch, und will auf jedem Kontinent 200.000 Kindern die Technik beibringen.

In einer Botschaft auf der Website des Hollywood-Stars heißt es: “Jedes Kind sollte täglich eine Unterrichtsstunde haben, während der es in sich gehen kann und Ruhe, Glück und die enormen Energie- und Intelligenzspeicher wahrnehmen kann, die wir alle tief in uns tragen.”

Lynch praktiziert bereits seit ganzen 34 Jahren die Yoga-Übung “Fliegen”, bei der der Meditierende im Schneidersitz in der Lotus-Position sitzt und darauf wartet, dass der Körper emporgehievt wird und sich sprunghaft nach vorne bewegt.

http://www.naanoo.com/live/paul-mccartney-tritt-zugunsten-von-yoga-auf
www.davidlynchfoundation.org/concert.html

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25 January 2009

Transcendental Meditation in Egypt

Amr Khaled

Almost everyone has heard about meditation but almost no one knows how it works or what it does. The concept of quieting the mind for improving the quality of life has been shrouded in mysticism and has not had the necessary technical explanation for too long. In many cases, hardcore scientists have discarded the idea altogether, deeming it fanciful and unrealistic, until recently - when modern research began its exploration into the uncharted waters of consciousness.

The beginning:
The pioneers of this field were the Transcendental Meditation (TM) people. TM is a meditation technique, founded by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, an Indian spiritual teacher and physicist, who facilitates the process and cuts down the time and effort usually needed to learn it in other meditation movements, making it readily available to everyone, especially the busy modern householder.

Does it work?
The following results are based on a small sample of more than 600 scientific studies conducted on TM in over 200 independent research institutions in 35 countries during the past 40 years. The following has been determined:

Mind

Body

Relationships

Professional Life

World

That aside, let us look more into the mechanics of meditation and how this ancient process really works. To understand that, we need to first look at how the mind works in relation to the body.

The mind and the body are interrelated, each affecting the other. Dr. Deepak Chopra, M.D., renowned author and spiritual leader says in his book, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga, "Your mind is a thought-generating organ. Thought forms perpetually arise in your awareness. The activity in your mind is communicated to every cell in your body. When your mind is turbulent, your messenger molecules communicate turbulence to your cells, tissues, and organs. If you can quiet your mind, you can send messages of peace and harmony to every cell in your body. To experience the real essence of yoga –the full integration of body, mind, and spirit- you need to develop the ability to quiet your mind. Meditation is the technology that enables you to do so."

Tracing down the thinking process to its finer states, through meditation, we eventually arrive at the source of the mind’s activity, a domain of unbounded awareness. In this state, the mind, and thus the body, finds itself balanced and joyful for no reason other than for existing. That state of un-constricted awareness is the natural state that we should experience in our everyday lives. The reason why we might not have such experience is because our stress levels have incredibly increased, creating mind turbulence, which pushes us away from that natural happy state. This natural state is the condition babies are in when they are first born, before they begin accumulating stresses.

In the past, people followed the rhythms of nature, they woke up at sunrise and slept after dark, they ate fresh foods and breathed clean air, so sleeping at night was sufficient to release any accumulated stress. Today, unfortunately, this is no longer the case; we are being bombarded with stress from all directions.

When someone is clear headed they take the right action spontaneously, there is no internal conflict: one thinks happy thoughts, feels good feelings and acts in ways beneficial to everyone involved. When someone is stressed – stress, being any abnormal experience one undertakes; physically, mentally, or emotionally – clarity of mind decreases and the ability to take the right action, which is life supporting to the one taking the action and everyone else concerned, becomes difficult.

How to do it?
So, how does one perform Transcendental Meditation? A session of Transcendental Meditation only requires 10 minutes to 40 minutes per day, depending on how long one decides to remain in a trance. The first step is to find an environment that is not distracting and assume a comfortable position, such as sitting. Next, the person chooses a word, image, or phrase and concentrates on it. By focusing on this one object the person falls into a trance. This trance can last for as long as the person chooses. While the person remains in this state of mind, he or she is psychologically present while paying minimal attention.

According to Nada Haidar, a teacher of the TM technique, "Any stress or overloading causes damage to the system. For example, if you go to a party and dance all night, the next day you cannot walk. Yet, we cannot tell people to withdraw from the world. Don't enjoy life, don't go to movies, don't ride cars, don't see friends. Who would want to do that? It is simply not applicable, at least not nowadays! That's why we need to increase the capacity of the nervous system to handle experiences by releasing previously accumulated tensions, for we do not want to detach from life but to attach to it and live it in its fullness. This is where our technique comes in. Our Transcendental Meditation, which takes only 20 minutes of your time, is practiced once in the morning and once in the evening, wherever you are, and the only ability required for practicing it is the ability to think!"

Perhaps, in the past, spiritual techniques, like meditation, were a luxury reserved for those who had free time on their hands, however, today, in the fast paced rhythm of our modern world and the stress-packed environment that surrounds us, extra measures for stress release are becoming a daily necessity for everyone. Whether one is looking for clarity, stress release, spiritual understanding, a better quality of living or just something out-of-the ordinary, meditation is definitely the way to go.

For more information on TM in Egypt e-mail amrkhaled22@gmail.com

www.ct-egypt.com/news/299/ARTICLE/1185/2008-06-01.html

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23 January 2009

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GlobalGoodNews.com going Global

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GlobalGoodNews.com has become the foremost good news provider on the world wide web, with 9,000 absolute unique visitors and over 25,000 visits to the site every month from over 150 countries. During 2008 there have been approximately 400,000 visitors to the site from 193 countries.


Coming in 2009:

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TM lowers blood pressure

Meditation may lower blood pressure more than medication

High blood pressure and hypertension are huge problems in this country.

Millions of people suffer from the condition which can lead to heart attack, stroke and kidney disease.

Now, a study shows that a different type of program can help get blood pressure under control.

56-year-old Rosemary Palmer-Powell had been taking medication for high blood pressure for years, but after getting a routine check she started down a whole new treatment path.

"I've been doing transcendental meditation for a solid six months and it has really changed my life," she said.

Palmer-Powell was selected to be a part of a Howard University Hospital study on the effect of transcendental meditation for high blood pressure.

Experts believe that meditating for 20 minutes twice a day, helps to relax the brain and relieve stress, which can lower blood pressure.

"The meditation should decrease the stress that comes in through the brain into the vessels in the heart, slow the heart rate, cause the vessels to relax, to dilate and result in the blood pressure going down," explains cardiologist Dr. Otelio Randall.

Dr. Randall is leading the study.

His team is comparing blood pressure rates among two groups of patients, those who are meditating and those who aren't.

An instructor works with the meditation group once a week and then patients are required to do it on their own.

The study is ongoing, but patients are telling Dr. Randall they think the meditation is helping.

Rosemary Palmer-Powell has been meditating for the past six months.

She's still on medication, but the dosage is lower now.

"Eventually, you become calmer, you become less stressed, you can handle stressful situations more," she said.

www.wbir.com/news/national/story.aspx?storyid=75662&catid=3

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22 January 2009

Meditation hilft den Kindern in L.A.

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Wie dem Nachwuchs Sinn für Schule, Martial Arts, Klavierunterricht, Schach, Computerklasse, Baseball - und am Wochenende mindestens zwei Geburtstagspartys.

Der Stundenplan des durchschnittlichen zur Volkschule gehenden Los Angelinos ist in der Regel randvoll. Und ewig im Auto von einer Aktivität zur anderen durch die Gegend kutschiert zu werden und dabei stundenlang auf verstopften Freeways im Stau zu stehen, kann auch einen Kleinen ganz schön stressen. Die Eltern an der Westseite von L. A. versuchen, ihren Kindern alles zu bieten: die besten Schulen, die coolsten Klamotten und die hippsten Nachmittagsprogramme. Die ausgefallensten „Birthday parties" und die besten Privatcoaches. Aber trotz all dieser Möglichkeiten und Förderung sind viele der Kleinen schlecht drauf, aggressiv, ja, sogar depressiv.

Nun haben sich drei Celebrities - Filmemacher David Lynch, Schauspielerin Goldie Hawn und Fashionikone Donna Karan - zusammengetan, um diesen gestressten Kiddies zu Hilfe zu kommen. Sie haben es zu ihrer Aufgabe gemacht, die Befindlichkeit der Kinder zu verbessern und kämpfen deshalb dafür, dass Meditationen zu einem fixen Bestandteil der Schulerziehung werden. Denn - so das Trio - keiner lehrt diese mit Aktivitäten überfrachteten Kinder, wie man einmal auch loslässt, sich entspannt und einfach nichts tut. David Lynch, selbst ein treuer Anhänger von Transzendentaler Meditation (TM), hat mit Hilfe seiner David-Lynch-Foundation das so genannte „TM Quiet Time"-Programm ins Leben gerufen. Hierbei sollen alle Schüler zehn bis 15 Minuten still sitzen und sich auf ein Mantra konzentrieren, das von einem „TM"-Lehrer vorgegeben wird. Die David Lynch Foundation hat dieses Programm bereits für 20 Schulen finanziert und weltweit weiteren 50.000 Schülern im Alter zwischen 10 und 18 Jahren diese Technik beigebracht.

Zum Hochglanzmagazin „Angelino" sagte David Lynch klipp und klar: „Die Schüler können mit Hilfe von Meditation ihre Intelligenz und Kreativität entfalten. Sie finden inneren Frieden und mehr Energie sowie innere Liebe, anstatt sich gegenseitig ihre verdammten Gehirne rausblasen zu wollen."

Aber nicht nur David Lynch setzt sich für Kinder und positive Energie ein. Die Non-Profit-Organisationen „Spirituality for Kids" und „Urban Zen" haben sich zusammengetan und Programme ins Leben gerufen, die ebenfalls Kindern helfen sollen, einen Sinn für Bewusstsein und Spiritualität zu entwickeln. Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher und andere Celebrities halfen mit, Tausende Dollars für diese Organisationen zu sammeln.

Für David Lynch ist Meditation nichts anderes als eine Technik, die jedem helfen kann, sein volles Potenzial zu entfalten. Und das sollte eigentlich der Grundstein eines jeden Erziehungsprogramms sein.

http://mein.salzburg.com/blog/lifestyle/2009/01/meditation-hilft-den-kindern-i.html
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21 January 2009


M.U.M. Professor Ken West Exhibits Landscape Photographs at National Center for Nature Photography


“The Sweet Light,” a solo exhibit of 33 landscape and nature photographs by M.U.M. professor Ken West, opened on January 10 at the National Center for Nature Photography (NCNP) at Secor Metropark, Ohio. The NCNP hosts the only gallery in America solely devoted to nature and landscape photography and has presented the work of some of the country’s best-known nature and landscape photographers. Mr. West has also been invited to teach a workshop on high dynamic range (HDR) photography at the center.

A fourth-generation photographer, Mr. West learned about photography as a child from his father and grandfather and has worked professionally in both photography and graphic arts. He served as director of M.U.M.’s Press and Video departments and currently acts as photographer for the University’s various brochures and publications , such as The University Report and The Review, as well as its website.

Professor West, who received his MBA from Maharishi International University in 1988 and was the University’s Chief Financial Officer for 8 years, has been teaching business classes for 15 years and digital photography classes for 3 years at the University. “I really enjoy teaching photography and seeing how students express their own creativity;” Mr. West says, “there is such an incredible diversity.”

“Mr. West is an expert in his media,” says Rosemary Lucente, who took Mr. West’s digital photography class last September. “I enjoyed learning from him because he teaches from his experience.”

Most of Mr. West’s photographs show the forests, meadows, and wetlands along the Jefferson County Trail System. “I like early morning or late afternoon light when the sun is low,” he says. “The backlighting creates interesting shadows and textures. While walking on the trails I experience the silence and organizing power of nature and try to record it with my camera.”

Having shown his work at several local galleries, Mr. West is exhibiting outside Iowa for the first time. He hopes to display this new collection in Fairfield in the near future.

Mr. West’s photos can be viewed at www.ioscapes.com

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Paul McCartney benefit concert in NY


Paul McCartney
and other great musicians will perform
a global benefit concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York City
on Saturday, April 4, 2009,
in support of the
David Lynch Foundation’s international initiative
to teach one million children the Transcendental Meditation technique—
and
change the world overnight.


www.davidlynchfoundation.org/concert.html
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14 January 2009

Maharishi Universität für Vedische Medizin

Universitätsausbildung zum Experten in Maharishi Ayurveda

Die Maharishi University of Vedic Medicine (Universität für Vedische Medizin) gibt mit großer Freude einen neuen Bachelor of Science-Abschluss in Maharishi Vedischer Medizin (Maharishi Ayurveda) bekannt.

Der Ausbildungskurs zum Experten in Maharishi Ayurveda, für ein natürliches, präventiv ausgerichtetes, ganzheitliches Gesundheitssystems für den Einzelnen und die Gesellschaft, erfolgt als 3-Jahres-Vollzeit- bzw. 5-Jahres-Teilzeit-Programm.

Maharishi Ayurveda ist der zeitlos gültige vedische Gesundheitsansatz, den Seine Heiligkeit Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in Verbindung mit hervorragenden Experten sowohl in Ayurvedischer Medzin als auch der modernen Medizin ans Licht brachte.

Maharishi Ayurveda beinhaltet Behandlungsmethoden, die Geist, Körper und Verhalten in Übereinstimmung mit dem Naturgesetz bringen, um so eine natürliche Krankheitsvorsorge sowie die Förderung von Langlebigkeit und vollkommener Gesundheit zu bewirken. Dies ist von hunderten wissenschaftlicher Untersuchungen an Universitäten und Forschungsinstitutionen auf der ganzen Welt bestätigt worden.

Maharishi Ayurveda erfüllt den dringenden Bedarf an einem natürlichen, ganzheitlichen Gesundheitssystem, das von schädigenden Nebenwirkungen frei ist. Es berücksichtigt alle Faktoren, die die Gesundheit beeinflussen, auch solche, die von der modernen Medizin nicht in Betracht gezogen werden.

Die Programme erfüllen gemäß dem ECTS (European Credit Transfers System) die europäischen Anforderungen für den Bachelor of Science (BS). Die Absolventen der Maharishi University of Vedic Medicine sind qualifiziert, die Maharishi Vedische Medizin in Ländern, in denen Naturheilkunde ein akzeptiertes Gesundheitssystem ist, zu praktizieren. Sie können nach ihrem erfolgreichen Abschluss und einem Jahr Praktikum eine eigene Praxis eröffnen.

Das Gesundheitssystem des Maharishi Ayurveda schließt Folgendes ein:
  • Prinzipien und Programme für die vollständige Entwicklung des Gehirnspotentials durch Vedische Bewusstseinstechnologien;
  • Maharishi Vedische Klang- und Maharishi Vedische Vibrationstherapie;
  • Vedische Pulsdiagnose zur Früherkennung eines Ungleichgewichts;
  • physiologische Reinigungsverfahren, um tief sitzende Toxine zu eliminieren;
  • Übungen zur neuromuskulären Integration und Atemübungen (Yoga Asanas und Pranayama);
  • therapeutische Anwendung von Nahrungsmitteln und Heilkräutern unter Berücksichtigung der individuellen Konstitution und Einflüssen von Tages- und Jahreszyklen;
  • Maharishi vedisch-biolgische Lebensmittel, die ohne risikoreiche Chemikalien angebaut werden sowie durch vedische Bewusstseinstechnologien bereichert werden;
  • therapeutische Ansätze, die die fünf Sinne beleben und ausgleichen, wie die Aromatherapie, die Edelsteintherapie, die Farb- und Lichttherapie, die Musiktherapie und die Wassertherapie;
  • Voraussage und Neutralisierung negativer Einflüsse auf die Gesundheit (Jyotish und Yagya);
  • Gesundheitsförderung durch den Bau von Wohnhäusern und anderen Gebäuden, die im Einklang mit dem Naturgesetz (Shapatya-Veda) erstellt worden sind;
Das Curriculum der Maharishi University of Vedic Medicine bezieht auf einzigartige Weise alles existierende Wissen im Bezug auf die Gesundheit mit ein, und umfasst Folgendes:
  • das aktuellste Verständnis der modernen Physik, dass das Einheitliches Feld aller Naturgesetze die Quelle der gesamten Schöpfung, einschließlich der menschlichen Physiologie ist;
  • die Entdeckung, dass die vierzig Zweige des Veda und der Vedischen Literatur, welche die Mechanismen der Schöpfung und der Evolution des Naturgesetzes darlegen, die fundamentale Basis und essentieller Bestandteil menschlicher Physiologie sind. Diese Entdeckung ist der Beweis dafür, dass Bewusstsein die eigentliche Grundlage der Physiologie ist;
  • das neueste Wissen über Anatomie, Physiologie, Pathologie und der diagnostischen und therapeutischen Methoden moderner Medizin;
  • ein Zentralthema des Curriculums ist das Studium der acht Haupt-Organsysteme des Körpers, diese werden im Licht der Vedischen Wissenschaft und der modernen Medizin gelehrt;
  • die effektiven und natürlichen Methoden des Maharishi Ayurveda und anderer Naturheilkunde-Systeme.
Diese Programme erfüllen gemäß dem ECTS (European Credit Transfers System) die europäischen Anforderungen für den Bachelor of Science (BS).

Annerkennung
Die Absolventen der Maharishi University of Vedic Medicine sind qualifiziert, die Maharishi Vedische Medizin in Ländern, in denen Naturheilkunde ein akzeptiertes Gesundheitssystem ist, zu praktizieren. Sie können nach ihrem erfolgreichen Abschluss und einem Jahr Praktikum eine eigene Praxis eröffnen.

Maharishi University of Vedic Medicine
Office of Admissions
Hagenholzstr. 90 - 8050 Zürich - Switzerland
Contact phone: +41-22-734 65 52

Bitte besuchen Sie unsere Website und kontaktieren Sie uns so umgehend unter:
www.maharishi-university-of-vedic-medicine.ch

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12 January 2009

Meditation and sport

Lawrence Eyre—Training Without Strain


Lawrence Eyre, the award winning coach of the Pioneers tennis team, was among the founding faculty of Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment Upper School in 1981, and has served as the chairman of the school’s Social Studies department since 1995.

He has been teaching tennis since he graduated from high school in 1966 and has taught more than 15,000 people in city parks, YMCA programs, private clubs, schools, and summer camps around the country. Many of his students went on to play college tennis, and some followed in their teacher’s footsteps to work as tennis teaching professionals themselves.

Mr. Eyre started the Pioneers team in 1988 and since then has led them to the Final Four in the Iowa team tourney 11 times. In his twenty-one seasons, his players have earned 16 state championships. Thanks to Mr. Eyre, Maharishi School’s tennis program ranks as one of the most consistent and respected in Iowa.

“Our motto is ‘Train without strain,’ ” says coach Eyre. “We invest in rest to create success.” Mr. Eyre attributes his players’ achievements to their group practice of the Transcendental Meditation® technique, which creates a foundation for their dynamic activity and gives them a competitive edge. “Our athletes play in the ‘zone’ because they live there."

In 1999 and 2000, under Mr. Eyre’s guidance, the Maharishi School boys’ team achieved the unprecedented: they captured consecutive “triple crowns” by winning the singles, doubles and team tennis titles at the Iowa I-A state championships.

Tennis isn’t Mr. Eyre’s only specialty. While attending Yale University, he was tapped for the Whiffenpoofs, Yale's 100-year-old singing group. “Our recordings, tours, reunion concerts and ongoing friendships over the years have been richly fulfilling,” he says.

Mr. Eyre has been featured in Sports Illustrated's “Faces in the Crowd” section and in Tennis magazine. His numerous awards include the 2000 Iowa Tennis Association Coach of the Year award and the 2007 Central Sectional Coach of the Year award from the National Federation of State High School Associations.

Last week, Mr. Eyre received another honor: The United States Professional Tennis Association, the world's oldest and largest association of tennis-teaching professionals, named him the 2008 Missouri Valley Coach of the Year.

One of Mr. Eyre’s former star players, Tyler Cleveland, became a tennis sensation at the University of Iowa, where he was the number one player and became a three-time state singles champion. “Lawrence Eyre is one of the best high-shcool coaches in the country,” he says. “He really helped me develop my game.”

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07 January 2009

Meditación es usada como terapia para déficit atencional

Ayudaría a los niños a sentir menos estrés y ansiedad, y a mejorar su concentración.

por Reuters | 06/01/2009 - 16:10

Un estudio piloto demostró que las sesiones de meditación transcendental (MT) calmaban la ansiedad de niños con TDAH y mejoraba su comportamiento y capacidad de pensar y concentrarse.

La MT es una de las técnicas de meditación más simples. Quienes la practican se sientan cómodamente durante 10 a 15 minutos con los ojos cerrados y repiten en silencio un mantra (sonido, palabra o frase) que calma la mente y el cuerpo.

Algunos investigadores opinan que la meditación influye en el sistema nervioso y puede alterar varias funciones, como la respiración, la dilatación de los vasos y la regulación de la hormona del estrés.

HIPERACTIVIDAD

El nuevo estudio revela que los niños con TDAH no sólo pueden aprender la técnica de MT, sino también obtener beneficios, publicó la revista electrónica "Current Issues in Education" (Asuntos actuales sobre educación).

"El efecto fue mayor que el esperado", declaró la autora principal del estudio, Sarina J. Grosswald, especialista en aprendizaje cognitivo de Arlington, en Estados Unidos.

"Los niños mejoraron también la atención, la memoria de trabajo, la organización y la regulación de la conducta", agregó la investigadora.

El estudio incluyó a 10 niños de entre 11 y 14 años de una escuela para alumnos con problemas de aprendizaje asociados con el lenguaje. Todos tenían diagnóstico de TDAH y aunque la mayoría estaba medicado, sufría problemas en el colegio y la casa.

Los niños aprendieron MT y la usaron en el colegio dos veces por día, 10 minutos cada vez.

MEDITACION
A los tres meses, el equipo observó que los niños tenían menos estrés y ansiedad, mientras que los síntomas del TDAH también mejoraban, según cuestionarios entregados a los profesores y los padres.

"Los profesores dijeron que podían enseñar más contenidos y los alumnos aprendieron más porque sentían menos estrés y ansiedad", comentó Grosswald.

El equipo opina que se necesitan estudios más profundos para conocer ahora si la MT es útil para tratar el TDAH, ya sea con el tratamiento estándar o sola.

"La MT no requiere concentración ni controlar la mente. El hecho de que esos niños pudieran practicarla fácilmente nos indica que la técnica sería especialmente adecuada para chicos con TDAH", señaló Grosswald.

http://www.latercera.com/contenido/741_90470_9.shtml

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04 January 2009

Maharishi University expands economy

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Fairfield mayor credits Maharishi University with expanding economy
By Lynda Waddington 1/2/09 2:50 PM

Ed Malloy, mayor the small southeastern Iowa town of Fairfield, says the Maharishi University of Management that began in his town more than 30 years ago has brought a wealth of economic diversity.

"Most companies started very small," Malloy told West Virginia University's State Journal. "Some have grown as many as 500 employees. Businesses have been sold to Fortune 500 and Fortune 100 companies. Over 3,000 jobs have been created as well."

Maharishi International University was originally founded in Santa Barbara, California in 1973 by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, a person who believed that transcendental meditation held the key for meaningful learning. As the small facility there filled, the group learned that Parson's College had closed in Fairfield and that its large campus would be placed for sale. The university was soon accredited and began to offer its first doctorate programs in 1979.

The school changed its name to Maharishi University of Management in 1995, and remains committed to "consciousness-based" education to unfold creative potentials that would likely otherwise go unused by individuals.

Malloy told the West Virginia press that the twice-a-day meditation practices of those attending the university has "created a softening influence in the areas of crime and well being" in the area.

"This has been very good for our city. It has grown to be a cultural center in theater and the arts," he said.

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02 January 2009

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Maharishi Ayur-Veda is the timeless, Vedic approach to health, brought to light by His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in conjunction with both the foremost experts in Ayurvedic Medicine as well as experts in modern medicine.

Maharishi Ayur-Veda includes treatment modalities to bring mind, body, and behaviour in tune with Natural Law, for the natural prevention of disease and the promotion of longevity and perfect health. It has been validated by hundreds of scientific studies conducted in universities and research institutes around the world.

Maharishi Ayur-Veda fulfils the urgent need for a natural, holistic health care system that is free from negative side effects. It takes into account all factors that influence health, many of which are usually not considered by modern medicine.

This system of health care includes:
  • Principles and programmes for total brain development through the Vedic technologies of consciousness;
  • Maharishi Vedic Sound and Maharishi Vedic Vibration Therapies;
  • Vedic Pulse Diagnosis for early detection of imbalances;
  • Physiological purification procedures to remove deep-seated toxins;
  • Neuromuscular integration and breathing exercises (Yoga Asanas and Pranayama);
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  • Maharishi Vedic Organic Food grown without hazardous chemicals;
  • Therapeutic approaches using the five senses, such as aroma therapy, gem therapy, colour and light therapy, music therapy, and water therapy;
  • Prediction and neutralisation of negative influences on health (Jyotish and Yagya);
  • Promotion of health through the construction of homes in harmony with Natural Law (Sthapatya Veda).
The curriculum of Maharishi University of Vedic Medicine integrates in a unique way all the existing knowledge related to health, including:
  • The latest understanding of modern physics, which describes a Unified Field of all the Laws of Nature as the source of the entire creation, including the human physiology;
  • The discovery that the forty branches of Veda and the Vedic Literature, which present the mechanics of the creation and evolution of Natural Law, are the fundamental basis and essential ingredient of the human physiology. This discovery demonstrates that consciousness is the basis of physiology;
  • The knowledge of modern anatomy, physiology, pathology, and the diagnostic and therapeutic approaches of modern medicine.
  • A central organizing theme of the curriculum is the study of the eight major organs systems of the body, all examined in the light of Vedic knowledge and modern medicine.
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01 January 2009

Transcendental Meditation in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease

Collaborative research in progress on Transcendental Meditation and cardiovascular disease, college student health, breast cancer

The Institute for Natural Medicine and Prevention at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa, USA, was established to scientifically investigate time-tested systems of natural health care, particularly the ancient Vedic approach to health, for the prevention and treatment of the major chronic diseases of our time.

The latest research findings have demonstrated:
* the feasibility and efficacy of the Transcendental Meditation® program in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease and its risk factors
* reductions in hypertension over short-term and long-term follow-up periods
* reduced need for anti-hypertensive medications
* improvements in metabolic syndrome
* improvements in heart failure patients
* reduced brain reactivity to stress
* greater well-being and quality of life
* longevity—reduced mortality rates
* reduced health care utilization and related expenditures
* effects of multimodality natural medicine interventions consisting of meditation, diet, exercise, and nutritional supplements on cardiovascular disease.

Many of these published studies have received wide-scale media coverage in hundreds of newspaper, magazine articles, and television and radio shows.
For press releases related to this scientific research, please visit: www.mum.edu.

Ongoing collaborative clinical trials include the effects of the Transcendental Meditation program on:
* physiological mechanisms of hypertension
* cardiovascular morbidity and mortality
* primary prevention of hypertension
* regression of atherosclerosis (coronary artery disease)
* pathophysiological mechanisms of coronary heart disease
* comparisons with other behavioral modalities in cardiovascular disease
* quality of life and survival rates in breast cancer patients
* neurophysiology, cognitive development, and health in college students.

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Employees learn Transcendental Meditation

The Center for Leadership Performance recently offered the Transcendental Meditation Programme to employees at a major US company. Many have learned and are enjoying profound and wide-ranging benefits, including improved creativity, reduced stress, and enhanced work-life balance.

This programme was recently described by Dr Mario Orsatti, National Director of Communication in the administration of Raja Dr John Hagelin, Raja of Invincible America for the Global Country of World Peace.

The programme began in the autumn when the head of the company decided he wanted to give his employees the opportunity to learn Transcendental Meditation, Dr Orsatti said.

Raja Hagelin, Dr Fred Travis, Director of the Center for Brain, Consciousness, and Cognition at Maharishi University of Management, and renowned filmmaker Dr David Lynch, gave a comprehensive and inspiring introductory presentation. The owner of the company, who has practised Transcendental Meditation for many years, also spoke.

Many of the company's 800 employees were inspired to learn Transcendental Meditation, Dr Orsatti said, and they are reporting their deep appreciation for its tremendous benefit to their lives.

The following experience, written by one of the employees, is not untypical, Dr Orsatti said.

'I look forward to starting the day with my TM practice. It gives a good direction to the day by putting me in the right frame of mind and giving me more focus, especially for those busy, busy days we seem to always have. . . . I feel so at ease, overwhelmingly calm, peaceful, quiet, and clear.'

Dr Orsatti said that even those who were initially skeptical are enjoying great benefit, and quoted the experience of one such person:

'Honestly, I went into TM ''suspending my disbelief'' because I simply could not resist the opportunity that the company provided to expand my education. I love learning new things and I thought ''What can I lose?''

'So I went to the introductory presentation. The demonstration of the young woman's brainwaves and how they changed during meditation was incredibly impressive. Then I worried—''how can I possibly get up at 5:30 instead of 6:00 everyday just to be able to meditate and then get to work on time?''

'As you know this doubt has all changed. I get up happily every morning at 5:30 because I feel I can no longer start my day successfully without meditation. And amazingly enough I am no longer exhausted all the time, even though I get the same amount of sleep.

'I sleep better, I think better, my blood pressure is down. I'm able to cope with the little stresses that crop up every day with a great deal more calmness and equanimity than I did before.

'Twenty minutes of meditation goes so quickly that I often wish I had more time to continue meditating.

'So then looking back over this paragraph, I guess TM has changed my life in subtle and not so subtle positive ways. It's not really a hokey thing to say, even though it might sound like it: ''What a great gift.''

'I am convinced that my colleagues who have not had the opportunity yet to partake in this, are missing a tremendous experience. I try not to ''proselytize'', but sometimes that is difficult. I hope our company knows what a gift it has given us. I'm so happy I decided to suspend my disbelief.'

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Hundreds of Israeli university students and professors enjoy demonstrations of EEG brainwave coherence during Transcendental Meditation

More than 600 students and professors at 12 universities and colleges in Israel recently enjoyed presentations that graphically demonstrated the coherence-creating effects of the Transcendental Meditation Technique on the brain. The lectures were given by Dr Fred Travis, Director of the Center for Brain, Consciousness, and Cognition at Maharishi University of Management (M.U.M.), Fairfield, Iowa, USA, during his 12-day tour of the country.

With the help of Sheer-el Cohen, Transcendental Meditation Teacher and recent M.U.M. graduate, Dr Travis conducted live EEG demonstrations for the audience at each of his lectures, to illustrate the effects of Transcendental Meditation on the brain, including increased brainwave coherence during the practice. In addition, he compared the effects of TM to those of other meditation practices.

Among the universities Dr Travis visited were Weizmann Institute of Science, an international scientific research center located in Rehovot, Israel; Hebrew University in Jerusalem; Tel Aviv University; the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya; and Tel Hai College in Upper Galilee, said Dr Alex Kutai, National Director of Invincible Israel for the Global Country of World Peace, describing Dr Travis's tour on 23 December 2008.

Dr Travis had many personal meetings with Israeli scientists, who have since expressed interest in collaborating with him on researching the effects of Transcendental Meditation on the brain, behavior, and psychology.

Many students asked to be notified of upcoming TM introductory lectures. At Tel Hai College, where an audience of 270 students and faculty gathered for Dr Travis's lecture, TM Teachers have already made efforts to begin a Transcendental Meditation Club on campus, which will offer weekly introductory and advanced lectures on the programme.

Dr Travis began his lectures to the Israeli universities by introducing the prefrontal cortex—or 'CEO'—of the brain, which plays a critical role in directing and organizing input. 'The logical next step in the presentation was to address which factors contribute to the functioning of the brain's CEO,' Dr Travis noted. Among these factors, which he went on to discuss in detail, were normal brain development, stress, fatigue, drugs, and alcohol.

Beginning at age 12, he said, is when connections to the CEO gain a fatty layer called myelin, which speeds up the brain's processing of information up to twenty times. Although their brains contain the same connections as mature adults, children and teenagers process information in terms of the immediate present, rather than life's larger context.

When under stress, the brain undergoes the process of downshifting, Dr Travis explained, so that connections to the prefrontal cortex are reduced, while those to the brain's sensory and motor area are enhanced. 'In this way, the brain loses some of its organizing and decision-making power,' he added.



In a similar way, when one is in a state of fatigue, the CEO is the first part of the brain to shut down. In his lectures, Dr Travis presented results of an experiment tracking daytime brain activity of two samples of students: one having gotten a full night's sleep and one having stayed up all night. Data revealed that the well-rested group had high levels of prefrontal cortex activity the next day, while the sleep-deprived group had very little. Instead, the latter group experienced heightened activity in the amygdala, a portion of the brain governing intense emotions such as fear. 'When overtired, the brain enters fight-or-flight mode, treating every daily encounter as a threat,' explained Dr Travis.

The final factor Dr Travis discussed in his lectures was how drugs and alcohol affect brain function. When using substances on a regular basis, he said, functional lesions can form in the brain. 'This results because frontal areas of the brain's CEO are not being used.'

At this point in the lecture, Dr Travis explained how the Transcendental Meditation Programme leads to a distinct brain state, characterized by 'restful alertness'. During the practice of TM the brain ceases all activities of concentration and information processing, while at the same time achieving increased coherence and interconnectivity between its functions. Using the EEG monitor, Dr Travis demonstrated how, after only a few seconds of TM practice, the brain initiates global functioning—spontaneous coherence among localized parts. 'Long-term TM practice will lead to enhanced functioning of the brain's CEO, for improved abilities of judgment, moral reasoning, and spontaneous right action,' he said.

Lastly, in his presentation to Israeli students and faculty, Dr Travis contrasted the effects of the TM Technique to those of other meditation practices. During the practice of Zen and Tibetan Buddhist Meditations, the brain engages in concentration and intense intellectual activity, while during TM, the brain achieves a resting state while maintaining global alertness.

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A Science and Technology that includes Human Consciousness

Some Implications for Humanity, Science, Technology and Philosophy

From the paper Towards a Quantitative Science and Technology that includes Human Consciousness by William A. Tiller, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Stanford University, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering.

For Humans: First and foremost, humans matter and make a substantial difference in the world. With their Qi/Prana pumps they can potentially alter the substratum nature of physical reality. Those who discipline their higher electromagnetism gauge symmetry system with focused intentions can significantly alter experiments in physical reality. Statistically, as a species, our effect size in this regard is small but definitely non-zero. It is up to us as individuals to believe this and to care enough to make the sustained effort to build both the bandwidth and spectral power of this Qi/Prana pump system via focused intention on our self-development. The three main practical steps for this are, (1) regular practice with some meditation technique followed by (2) regular practice with some QiGong exercise technique and (3) put the results of both of these to work in one’s daily life.

We have recently developed a technique for monitoring an individual’s or a group’s ability to raise the electromagnetism gauge symmetry state of the space that they occupy, relative to the U(1) state. In a few years, useful biofeedback devices should be available to display the real-time magnitude of this quality. Then, self-directed evolution of our species should accelerate. Dedicated people in the distant past have created sacred spaces whose field quality can still be felt today. Now we are in a position to achieve such a goal more quickly. In fact, we are in the position to change the entire earth from a U(1) electromagnetism gauge symmetry state to an SU(2) electromagnetism gauge symmetry state, and eventually even beyond that state, via the fruits of our consciousness.

For Science: A new door has been opened in physical reality with this experimental work. Magnetic monopoles and the physical vacuum have become more accessible for exploration. The effects of human consciousness, via intention imprinted electrical devices (IIEDs) or other techniques, on the various chemical or radiation processes presently known to materials science can begin to be explored. Many 28 behavioral qualities of materials, heretofore thought to be an exclusive property of a quantum mechanical description of nature, can begin to be explored as a simple, classical expansion of our basic reference frame for viewing nature. Almost all properties of materials have heretofore been shown to depend exclusively on electromagnetism via Maxwell’s four beautiful equations and this field has been ploughed extensively for the past century. Now, we see a way to expand that picture, to incorporate the dynamics of the magnetic monopole and lift the whole electric/magnetic interactions processes to an entirely new level. On such a path, we will learn to understand and harness magnetoelectric energy as a new communications vehicle and to step confidently across the boundary separating slower than electromagnetism light processes (v = c) from faster than electromagnetism light processes. We will also learn to understand and harness information entanglement processes for the benefit of humanity. Most importantly, we will learn more about the fundamental nature of consciousness, how it connects to various energies and how it should be expressed in our equations, both classical and quantum mechanical, to enhance their predictive power as we bootstrap our way towards a more realistic theory of everything (T.O.E.) The door has been opened, I invite the scientists of this readership to walk through!


For Technology: From what we have learned thus far, the intention imprinted electrical device (IIED) technique appears to have application to enhance the performance of every technology on the earth today and to create new ones. The essential steps are, (1) condition the space that houses key technological equipment to ~the SU(2) level, (2) tune the space via specific intentions to realistic performance enhancement goals, (3) continuously monitor the degree of elevation of the electromagnetism gauge symmetry state above the U(1) state and (4) develop the human team so that their collective “experimenter” effect pumps the space “up” rather than drains it “down”. Not only various utilities, manufacturing and transportation applications but medical, professional, educational, correctional, etc., facilities should benefit from these techniques. Three obvious limitations to all of this will be, (1) the willingness of employees to 29 become sufficiently inner self-managed to be “pumper uppers” rather than “drainer downers”, (2) the willingness of the “unseen universe” to cooperate in the creation of the particular IIED needed for the specific application and (3) our ability to further shield against natural imprint leakage processes in the basic IIED technology.

To Philosophy: From this work, at least the following items have serious implications for philosophy:
(1) Directed human consciousness, via intentions, can, under some circumstances, robustly and reproducibly have a significant effect upon welldesigned target experiments in physical reality,
(2) Continued use of IIEDs in a specific space can raise the electromagnetism gauge symmetry of that space to an appreciably higher level than our normal U(1) state,
(3) A form of intelligence can be housed in a simple electronic device via the IIED creation process,
(4) Directed human consciousness can decrease entropy production so as to create a higher thermodynamic free energy per unit volume state in a space hundreds to thousands of cubic feet in volume,
(5) Humans, and perhaps all vertebrates, have their acupuncture meridian/chakra system at a higher electromagnetism gauge symmetry state than our normal (U)1 gauge state, and thus drive most physical body processes,
(6) A biconformal base-space reference frame of the type proposed here has many advantages over a single, four dimensional, spacetime reference frame for viewing the many expressions of nature and
(7) With (6) imbedded in a still higher dimensional reference frame, it appears to be possible to violate strict relativity statements that hold for a single four dimensional reference frame.

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