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Transcendental Meditation Teacher Training Course to be held in Bulgaria
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28 April 2008
Raja Peter Warburton, Raja of Bulgaria for the Global Country of World Peace, announced on a recent Maharishi Global Family Chat, that a Transcendental Meditation Teacher Training Course will begin in Bulgaria on 2 July 2008.
Raja Peter said that this course will run for four and half months, and asked that all the viewers of Maharishi's Global Family Chat make sure all their Yogic Flyer friends are well informed about this course. The course is primarily for those practising the Transcendental Meditation and Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme in Europe, who would like to take up 'this wonderful profession of becoming a teacher of Transcendental Meditation and gaining that supreme level of teachership which is on the level of being able to impart enlightenment to other people. That is such a wonderful profession,' Raja Peter said. 'It's fulfilling in terms of the knowledge one gains oneself and fulfilling in terms of the activity that one can perform through one's professional activities each day.'
On the Teacher Training Course, those participating will not only gain very deep knowledge about Transcendental Meditation and the development of higher states of consciousness, and how to convey that knowledge to others, they will gain that skill to 'whisper infinity' to other people through the quiet, delightful, blissful procedure of teaching—learning how, on that platform of connection with the eternal Tradition of Vedic Masters, to 'whisper infinity' to the students of Transcendental Meditation, and 'in a few simple steps and simple lessons, laid out so perfectly, completely, and delightfully by Maharishi, lead somebody on, just by their own nature and a few little whispers, to experience Transcendental Consciousness, and through repeated immersion in that to rise to higher states of consciousness,' said Raja Peter.
Raja Peter reported that delightful hotels have been found in the skiing area of the Brahma-Sthan of Bulgaria, right in the centre of the country, 4,000 feet up in the hills of the Valley of the Roses. Raja Peter said they have done research on the safety of Bulgaria and found it is one of the safest countries in Europe, with the lowest level of crime—one-quarter of the level in Germany, and one-eighth of that in Holland, 'so it's a a very safe country,' he said.
There are two hotels both with due east facing entrances, and Raja Peter showed slides of these new three-star hotels both in summer and winter. Both hotels have very nice conference facilities with screens and facilities for translation and discussion in different languages.
Raja Peter said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been very helpful for any arrangements for visa requirements, and the course is open to people from Eastern Europe, Australia and New Zealand, and the Middle East. An announcement will be sent out shortly to all the countries for people to apply to this course as soon as possible.
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