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Consciousness-Based Education a profound basis for students to 'fulfil their dreams'
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2 July 2011
Renowned psychiatrist and bestselling author Norman Rosenthal, discussed the fulfilment of his own dreams as he encouraged students to pursue theirs in his commencement address at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa, USA.
Continuing his discussion of the seventh and final 'pearl of wisdom' presented in his address,* he told students, who already enjoy all the advantages of Consciousness-Based Education including the Transcendental Meditation Programme, to 'be tenacious' in the pursuit of their goals.
'You have to keep your goal in mind—to ask yourself, ''How can I make that dream a reality? What skills does it require? What resources?''—and to work towards that dream, if you want to see it fulfilled.
'But the dream itself is a crucial beginning. When I was 16 years old I dreamed of being a psychiatrist, a researcher, a writer. I dreamed of making a difference in the world—and all of these dreams have come true,' Dr Rosenthal said.
'So I say to you all today: Know yourself; Be yourself; Be open to new possibilities; Don't hold grudges; Do well by doing good; Cultivate good habits; Pursue your dreams—and may all your dreams come true.'
* Please see Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI, and Part XII of this article.
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