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Nepal: International conference to introduce Consciousness-Based Education - 22 September
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26 August 2010
On 22 September an international conference on Consciousness-Based Education will be held in Nepal. Featured speakers include Dr Girish Varma, National Director of the Global Country of World Peace for India. Dr Varma is Chairman of the Maharishi Vidya Mandir Schools Group, the largest chain of privately owned public schools for boys and girls in India, covering 16 states and 118 cities all over the nation.
The topic of Dr Varma's address will be: 'The time is now, in this scientific age, for everyone to gain complete knowledge and live life in the full potential of bliss, freedom, and fulfilment.'
Two other eminent leaders in the field will address the conference: Dr Michael Dillbeck, an expert in the scientific research on Consciousness-Based Education and the Raja of Invincible France for the Global Country of World Peace; and Dr Susie Dillbeck, President of the International Foundation of Consciousness-Based Education.
Dr Michael Dillbeck will present extensive scientific research on the educational benefits of the Transcendental Meditation and Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme.
Dr Susie Dillbeck will explain how Consciousness-Based Education improves the performance of students and teachers and transforms schools and colleges to be dynamic centres of learning and joy.
The goal of this conference is to promote the use of Consciousness-Based Education in the educational system of Nepal.
International guests who wish to register for this conference, or for the 24 September conference in Nepal on Vedic Organic Agriculture, should email: VedicNepal@gmail.com.
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