Lynch told the Chicago Sun-Times in January that he had benefited greatly from decades of meditation. “It’s not that you go dead or numb. It’s, there’s just too much happiness and consciousness and wakefulness and understanding growing for you to be, you know, suffering so much, or caught up in some narrow little thing. It just starts getting better, and better, and better, and better.”
As a long-time fan of Lynch’s weirdness, I have to say I’m certainly curious, though more than a little suspicious. Any alternative to an education program like this and I’ll listen.