Huffington Post article on "David Wants to Fly"

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Huffington Post article on "David Wants to Fly"

Postby bosguy1981 » Thu Apr 07, 2011 5:50 am

I spotted this article on The Huffington Post this morning. I haven't had my coffee yet and don't know what to make of this, but I figured I'd share.
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Re: Huffington Post article on "David Wants to Fly"

Postby brokentiny » Fri Apr 08, 2011 7:56 pm

Very well rounded and fair review/article and the comments were quite good too. I'd be keen to see this documentary in the name of fairness.
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Re: Huffington Post article on "David Wants to Fly"

Postby Roger » Sun Jul 17, 2011 9:15 am

It does sound interesting. Thanx for pointing that out.

It would probably be worth it just for the Lynch interview.
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Re: Huffington Post article on "David Wants to Fly"

Postby moviemaker » Tue Nov 08, 2011 12:09 pm

I'm repeating my post from elsewhere, but I loved the documentary and I also practice TM. I find no contradiction whatsoever.

It was well put together, very informative and completely eye opening. I think the director was very fair and was looking for answers to questions any of us would have asked. It's not so much about TM being a cult but rather how absolute power can corrupt. I think anyone who practices TM should see it.

Questioning one's believes will either strengthen your resolve and beliefs or make you realize you're following the wrong path. Simple as that.

As for David Lynch suing. He never did. I think he just wanted to make sure his interviews weren't taken out of context, and they weren't at all. David is not portrayed in a bad light at all! He actually tells the young David to seek out his own truth and if others want to be negative, they can just simply go away. No one is forcing them to try TM.

You have to be able to differentiate between a personal practice and the institution that is running it. Not much different from personal spirituality/teachings people follow and the various churches that try to co-op it.

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