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Native peoples' connection to Natural Law central to national invincibility: American Indian conference
by Global Good News staff writer
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11 October 2009
The historic conference of 25-27 September 2009, 'Building a Healthy, Sustainable American Indian Community', at Maharishi University of Management, Fairfield, Iowa, USA, was hosted by two renowned North American leaders.
Prosper Waukon, elder of the Winnebago Tribe in Nebraska and Executive Director of American Indian initiatives for the David Lynch Foundation, led the conference, along with Raja John Hagelin, Raja of Invincible America for the Global Country of World Peace, and President of the David Lynch Foundation.
Both leaders addressed the conference at the opening session, and Dr Hagelin also gave several inspiring addresses as the conference proceeded.
On Maharishi Global Family Chat,* Dr Peter Swan, Minister of Communication for the Global Country of World Peace, summarized two of Raja Hagelin's addresses. In these speeches, he discussed the mechanics of how native peoples are deeply connected to their local Laws of Nature, and the utmost importance of this connection for a nation as it strives towards achieving invincibility.
In addition to his introductory address, Raja Hagelin also summarized the proceedings of the conference in each session, connecting each lecture and event with the knowledge of Vedic Science brought to light by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
* Dr Swan's report was featured on the 6 October 2009 Maharishi Global Family Chat, broadcast daily via Internet webcast on the Maharishi Channel, Channel 3. Podcasts of the daily Global Family Chat (audio track) are also now available for automatic download, via an RSS feed.
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