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Bulgaria's progress towards Invincibility
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21 February 2007
Bulgaria has adopted the Global Financial Capital's Six Point Programme to achieve national Invincibility, and great progress is being made in each of the six areas.
1. Invincibility for the country through groups of Yogic Flyers
Bulgaria is working to increase the number of its Yogic Flyers through Invincibility Schools built in accordance with the principles of Vedic Architecture, and by bringing in a peace-creating group of Vedic Pandits.
2. Establishing new Colleges, Universities and Schools
A licensed high school has already been acquired which will facilitate the process of starting a Consciousness-Based Education school. A fortuitous law change after 12 January will allow building to proceed on second site in the capital city, Sofia.
3. Creating high level Medical Colleges
Land and well-aligned buildings are being sought for a medical college.
4. Reconstruction according to Natural Law
Talks with builders and banks are underway to arrange for building the various Invincibility Schools, Peace Palaces, and Peace Colonies.
5. Producing healthy food through promotion of Organic Agriculture
With the discovery of hot mineral water under the 5.5 hectare property in northern Sofia, the possibilities of utilizing this superb natural resource for heating greenhouses for Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture or for Maharishi Ayurvedic Health Spas, are being investigated.
6. Elimination of Poverty
In full production, Vedic Organic Agriculture could provide the entire nation with health-giving food. The programme will also provide education for those living in poverty—both in Total Knowledge of Natural Law, and new employment and training in skills for establishing organic agriculture in Bulgaria, with comfortable wages so that they can rise to live a dignified life.
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