David Lynch Launches Online Meditation Portal Into New Dimensions
Everyone's favorite purveyor of cinematic strangeness, David Lynch, launched a new online web portal Wednesday, eponymously dubbed David Lynch Foundation Television
DLF.tv is what Lynch calls a "celebration of consciousness, creativity and bliss". In other words, it's a place for the Twin Peaks mastermind to share his Transcendental Meditation-inspired philosophical mini-musings on our collective, existential meta-narrative.
Oh, and it's also a place for webcasts, podcasts, video, concerts, David Lynch Foundation events and "compelling profiles and documentaries".
But instead of having to fork over $1,500 of your own hard-earned cash to be inducted into the world of compassionately calm abiding and quietly profitable practictioners of Transcendental Meditation — you can simply turn on the ol' DLF for a quick dose of Lynch-styled "serenity now".
Seems odd doesn't it? The same man whose nightmarish Lost Highway visions once creeped and freaked us out forever, could now be turning to an online platform to offer little more than short video diaries of shared wisdom, gentle reassurances, daily weather forecasts, and...well...a little "cult recruitment" on the side?