END THE NIGHTMARE OF PTSD: HELP VETERANS LEARN TO MEDITATE
May 16, 2017
BENEFITING: David Lynch Foundation
This Memorial Day, we honor the men and women who have served our country.
Sean, a US Army veteran, suffered from extreme post-traumatic stress after completing several tours in Iraq. He couldn’t sleep. He would wake up angry, and often go into self-destructive rages. He had trouble maintaining personal relationships.
Fortunately, Sean learned Transcendental Meditation with a scholarship from the David Lynch Foundation. After learning to meditate, Sean’s life changed – virtually overnight – for the better.
With your gift to the David Lynch Foundation, veterans and their families will gain a lifelong tool for healing, empowerment, and growth.
"I have dealt with clinical depression all my adult life, and later developed PTSD as a result of 24 months in combat. Within two weeks of starting TM, my depression, nightmares, and acid reflux were completely gone. I am now happier and more optimistic than I have ever been, my energy level is much higher, and I'm losing weight just from the reduction in stress. I don't know how TM works, and I don't care. It works." - Kosovo, Iraq & Afghanistan Army Vet