Gina Orange

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Like so many others his age, David George enlisted in the U.S. Army with a desire to serve his country. “It’s what I always wanted to do, so I went down to the recruiter and signed up.” See Video Post


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Last week, a friend emailed me a link to a video of a recent “60 Minutes” television show reporting on a dangerous new trend on campuses: The pressure to do better in school that is driving many college students to abuse ADHD medications to attain mental alertness. See video post



I began my professional career with the David Lynch Foundation teaching Transcendental Meditation in an inner-city public middle school in a troubled neighborhood. I knew I would encounter new and unexpected experiences in this stressful environment, but one of the things that shocked me the most was how sleep-deprived students are these days. See video post


Moby is cool

by Gina Orange on June 11, 2010

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In case anyone out there is not aware, Moby is cool. He makes good music, makes people laugh, practices meditation, and lends his time and talents to good causes.

It was a couple years back that Moby first entered my world. I was in the Sao Paulo airport waiting in a long line to go through security, and of course I was glancing around at the other travelers. I noticed… Read more

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I loved watching this interview with artist Mindy Weisel. She describes how the Transcendental Meditation technique has benefited her creative process in such a lively way. And I loved reading about the success of her art career. Her work hangs in museums and institutions around the Read more


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