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Rise of Invincibility in Canada seen in many areas
by Global Good News staff writer
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6 May 2010
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The Album features the rise of invincibility in Canada through developments in five main areas:
∙ live demonstrations of increased brainwave coherence through the Transcendental Meditation Programme;
∙ interest in Transcendental Meditation and related brain wave research by members of the Hatha Yoga community;
∙ support for the Transcendental Meditation Programme from First Nations leaders;
∙ the interest in Huntsville and Vancouver's 2010 Assemblies celebrating global Guru Purnima; and
∙ Maharishi Light Therapy with Gems.
An especially interesting series of photos highlights the tremendous interest generated by live demonstrations of integration of brain functioning through the Transcendental Meditation Programme. New machines testing EEG (electroencephalogram recording of brain waves) make these demonstrations easy to offer—most recently at a Hatha Yoga conference in Vancouver with 6,000 attendees.
Conference participants were very receptive to learning about Transcendental Meditation, and especially appreciated seeing concrete, graphic evidence of benefits from the technique. Onscreen they could see brainwave coherence increase from about 30 per cent to about 85 per cent, less than a minute after a practitioner began to practise the Transcendental Meditation Technique.
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