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Good News report for Canada from 29 October 2006
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1 November 2006
This report is for the 29th day of the fourth month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:
29 October 2006
Canadian Press - Higher oil could send TSX to new records (October 29, 2006) John Johnston, chief strategist at The Harbour Group, RBC Dominion Securities... pointed out that it's not just resources providing lift to the Toronto market—the third-quarter earnings season has shown strength in the domestic economy as well.
The Toronto Star - Natural resources are not enough (October 29, 2006) For all the headlines about Canada's status as a natural resource economy... (in reality) We are a knowledge-based economy, where human beings and their brainpower remain our greatest asset... (and) Smart and creative people in an environment that encourages innovation and fresh thinking is still our best hope for the future.
CBC News - Seniors satisfied with health-care system overall (October 27, 2006) The National Advisory Council on Aging released its 2006 report to Health Minister Tony Clement (who commented) 'The overall picture in this report is positive: seniors are highly satisfied with the health care they receive,'...
CBC News - Curb youth violence with programs, deterrence (October 28, 2006) Justice Minister Vic Toews said that the Conservative government is working on investing more money in programmes to keep at-risk youth out of the justice system... (adding) 'We cannot change youth simply by incarcerating youth. We need to have appropriate programming'...
The Toronto Star - Breaking down barriers (October 28, 2006) Ontario is seen as among the best in the country at meeting the needs of post-secondary students with disabilities (with) a record number (studying) at Ontario's universities and colleges (and the) minister of training, colleges and universities (commented) 'If this province is to reach its potential, we need every individual in it to be able to reach their potential.'
These are a few of the news reports reflecting Canada's rising invincibility from the growing Yogic Flying groups across Canada.
Creating national invincibility
Groups of experts in Yogic Flying are engaged in creating coherent national consciousness in Canada, the Netherlands, United States, Hamsa (Hungary), and an increasing number of other nations, which are enjoying a dramatic and sustained upsurge in positive economic and social trends.
Extensive research published in the world's leading scientific journals has found that the group practice of the Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme Yogic Flying by the square root of one per cent of a population is sufficient to reduce negative trends, including crime and violence, and to promote positive economic and social tendencies throughout society.
The cost to train and employ such a group is a small fraction of what any government spends on its military in a single day.
Maharishi's approach to invincibility is in sharp contrast to the conventional military approach. 'Our approach does not require the government to sacrifice the youth for the sake of the nation—because when the youth are killed in war, then for whom is the nation?' Maharishi said.
The harmony and progress of the human race are founded on the internal harmony and progress of every individual. No stress, no strain, no impediment, no difficulty can withstand the totally benign influence of the enlivenment of the Unified Field of Natural Law, the field of Transcendental Consciousness, the field of pure knowledge, through Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi Programme.
Refer to: Scientific Research on Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation Programme: Collected Papers, Volumes 1-5 (over 5,000 pages; Volumes 6-7 in press), a Maharishi University of Management Publication.
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