How can you stop suffering and get into a state of unbound creativity and joy? David Lynch, iconic filmmaker, director, writer, painter, and founder of the David Lynch Foundation is the heart, mind and soul behind unforgettable works like Twin Peaks, Eraserhead, The Elephant Man, Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet and many more. But he’s also put his focus on helping others discover inner happiness and peace through the method that enabled him to build this legendary career – transcendental meditation. He shares how to stop your fears and doubts of “I’m not good enough”, find the reward in doing, use TM to tap into your unlimited creativity, and turn your ideas into gifts.
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1. The secret has always been within us. We all have an unbounded ocean of consciousness, intelligence, creativity, happiness, energy, love and peace.
2. True happiness is not out there. True happiness lies within.
3. Change doesn’t happen overnight. Over time, all the fantastic good things start happening when you transcend every day.
4. Ideas are like fish. You don’t make the idea, you catch them. Ideas are a gift.
5. We are controlled of action alone, never the fruit of the action. You can’t control how it goes in the world, so you let it go, hope for the best, and go for the next thing.
6. Don’t worry about what other people think. Think about enjoying something you like doing. Get into it, get it as good as you can. Who cares what anyone thinks about it except you and the enjoyment of doing it.
7. If it’s meant that you will be known, it will happen. But you can be very happy in the doing of things you love. The learning and the reward is in the doing. So get real, quit suffering, quit focusing on what people think, get to work, and enjoy the doing.
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