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Canada: Expansion of natural health programmes for First Nations
by Global Good New staff writer
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16 March 2011
Two upcoming events—one in May and one in July—will offer presentations on the programmes of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi to hundreds of First Nations leaders across Canada.
Interest in these programmes is already extensive, commented Dr Christopher Collrin, Director of First Nations Programmes for the Global Country of World Peace in Canada. 'We are getting requests continually to teach in First Nations communities; more people are coming forward every day to learn Transcendental Meditation,' he said.
Recently, Marie Frawley-Henry, senior policy analyst for the Assembly of First Nations, organized presentations of Maharishi's programmes at the 6th National Conference on Diabetes and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada.
Two speakers—researcher Carolyn King, PhD, and Bill Traverse, Assembly of First Nations Regional Chief from Manitoba—spoke about benefits of the Transcendental Meditation Programme for diabetes. (Please see Global Good News article: Research on Transcendental Meditation and diabetes presented at Canada conference.)
Ms Frawley-Henry presented the Global Mother Divine Organization's* undergraduate certificate in the Maharishi Ayur-Veda Mother/Baby healthcare programme, which is now offered at a university. The course includes the Transcendental Meditation Programme as well as good health through prevention utilizing self-pulse reading,** diet, digestion, and nutrition.
*The Global Mother Divine Organization, founded in December 2007, is the ladies' wing of the Global Country of World Peace.
**Self-pulse reading is a means to help detect states of physiological balance and imbalance.
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