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Strength in Stillness and the Law of Pure Potentiality

Claudia Mason sat down with acclaimed meditation leader, Bob Roth, to learn about his passion for helping others, and how he and The David Lynch Foundation through transcendental meditation, are doing just that.

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2019 marks Bob Roth’s 50th year of practicing Transcendental Meditation, and Claudia Mason got to sit down with him to discuss what has changed over the years. From when he first met the founder of the T.M. movement, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, to becoming one of it’s most renowned teachers today.  

Listen in as they speak about the success rate of a meditation practice when treating P.T.S.D. and children with A.C.E., the need for spiritual practices in today’s world and how The David Lynch Foundation is funding the teaching of T.M. in schools and for “at-risk” populations such as the homeless, military veterans, and prison inmates. All that and more.

In that deep rest is the access to all potentiality:

Watch our full discussion here:

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