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Announcing a new programme for businesses, organizations, and clubs to learn Transcendental Meditation
by Global Good News staff writer
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6 June 2008
In a recent Global Family Chat, Raja Steven Rubin, Raja of Invincible China for the Global Country of World Peace, spoke about special new group programmes for learning Transcendental Meditation in clubs, businesses, and organizations.
Raja Rubin spoke first about the great value of those practising Transcendental Meditation who already have the inner experience and a taste of transcending*, a deeper understanding of Maharishi's knowledge, and what it can produce in terms of results in the world.
Raja Rubin said the idea arose last year from the many programmes in which Transcendental Meditation was already being offered to groups—for example in schools and universities through the David Lynch Foundation—and to expand that programme to include thousands of other groups—organizations, clubs, or associations in every city where people gather based on their affinity, interest, or professional career.
When this idea was presented to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the Global Country of World Peace, he was very enthusiastic and encouraged that the programme be implemented immediately.
'The Global Country of World Peace is providing this precious knowledge to private individuals and now to groups throughout the world as well, and as we place this knowledge in front of more people, the opportunity comes for more people to learn Transcendental Meditation,' said Raja Rubin.
These programmes will also feature special group rates. Both the group members and the organization can take advantage of this added benefit for a large group. Another advantage, Raja Rubin said, is that the group members would already know each other before learning Transcendental Meditation and would share in the inspiration and enthusiasm of the leaders of the organization arranging and endorsing this group programme.
'Now we have a programme we can offer to the organization rather than their simply coming to a local centre,' Raja Rbin added. 'The programme can be tailored to their specific interest, whether it is health, business, or education, offering a lower fee for a group rate, by virtue of the larger group.'
He explained that 'the idea is based on a simple concept that is prevalent throughout all business and service organizations'—that if an organization makes a commitment to involve their people or organization with a product or service on a larger scale, special financial arrangements can apply for that larger group.
Raja Rubin encouraged all those practising the Transcendental Meditation and Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme to introduce the local Teachers of Transcendental Meditation to such groups, clubs, or businesses so that they can gain the advantage of learning Transcendental Meditation through this programme for large groups.
*The process of the mind settling down and experiencing increasingly refined levels of its own activity, eventually going beyond the finest level of thinking and experiencing the unbounded field of Transcendental Consciousness. Transcendental Meditation is a simple, effortless, systematic technique to experience this most silent, peaceful level of one's own consciousness—the innermost Self.
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