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Ethiopia: New programmes unfold ideal education for the nation's students
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16 May 2009
The Global Country of World Peace in Ethiopia is moving forward with projects in the field of education, implementing Consciousness-Based Education in already existing schools, as well as beginning construction for new educational institutions.
On a visit to Ethiopia in late April, Dr William Goldstein, Legal Counsel for Maharishi University of Management and Teacher of the Transcendental Meditation Programme, gave four introductory lectures on the practice at two of the country's schools, alongside the National Director of Ethiopia for the Global Country of World Peace.
Since those lectures, 70 students and 10 teachers from the schools have signed up to learn Transcendental Meditation, reported Raja Bruce Plaut, Raja of Invincible Ethiopia for the Global Country of World Peace, on 12 May 2009. 'The plan is for all students and staff from these schools to learn the programme who want to,' he continued, 'and ultimately, to establish Maharishi Invincibility Schools.'
Raja Plaut went on to report that the National Leader is moving forward with the construction of a Maharishi Invincibility School on six hectares of land just outside of Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa. Already, he said, the foundation for the school auditorium is nearly finished.
He also mentioned that the National Leader was recently invited to make a presentation on Maharishi Sthapatya Veda at a convention for architects in Addis Ababa. 'Her exhibition was well received, and we hope to see increasing support for this project within the community.'
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