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United Kingdom: Top educator attends Consciousness-Based Education Leaders Course
by Global Good News staff writer
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2 December 2008
Raja Peter Warburton, Raja of Invincible Great Britain for the Global Country of World Peace, recently reported on the success of the first Consciousness-Based Education Leaders Course held in the nation.
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Speaking on the Maharishi Global Family Chat Raja Warburton continued to read the comments sent by the leader of the men's course, Dr Derek Cassells, Head of the award-winning Maharishi School in Skelmersdale, Lancashire, UK.
Dr Cassells reported that one of the ladies who attended the course is the Deputy Head Teacher of a very successful school in Britain. All of the teachers at the school have learned the Transcendental Meditation Technique—and she was instrumental in raising the funds for the programme, Dr Cassells said.
In addition, the current Head Teacher is retiring, so she will become Head Teacher when the school moves to its new purpose-built accommodation. She's already advised the architect and planner for the new school that the building must follow the principles of Maharishi Vedic Architecture, including an entrance that faces due east.
Another noteworthy feature of the course, Raja Warburton continued, is that it presents pupil-friendly and age-appropriate material to introduce students to the ideas and concepts of Transcendental Meditation before they learn the technique. This was particularly helpful for the younger students, he said.
The course is a beautiful achievement, Raja Warburton concluded, and these Consciousness-Based Education Leaders Courses will soon be offered all over the world.
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