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Know the knower, develop higher consciousness--the fundamental point of Maharishi's Vedic Education - Part II
by Global Good News staff writer
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16 February 2007
In a recent global News Conference, Dr Bevan Morris, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace, President of Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment and Maharishi University of Management, explained the influence of Maharishi's Vedic Education for total brain development and improved academic performance of students everywhere.
Dr Morris explained that we currently have a system of education that is based on fragmented knowledge, parts of knowledge, and 'learning only parts of knowledge in the different disciplines, only enlivens parts of the brain and never the whole brain.'
This holistic experience during Transcendental Meditation has been clearly demonstrated by scientific research to awaken the holistic functioning of the brain in a way that nothing else does. 'When the brain begins to function holistically, in a highly coherent and synchronous way, then the correlations are there for every aspect of the performance of the student, because everything is dependent on his brain', Dr. Morris explained.
The creativity and intelligence increases; the physiological performance, the reaction time, the reflexes of the body improve. Academic performance increases and there are remarkable developments in the personality, self-actualization, and higher moral development that are almost never seen in the population generally, Dr Morris said.
'If we develop the total brain,' Dr Morris continued, 'everything is going to develop, and it does,' he said. More than 600 scientific research studies from over 250 research institutions in 35 countries are there that measure this development. The evidence is there in seven volumes of scientific research papers, said Dr Morris.
Global Good News will feature Part III of this series tomorrow, concluding Dr Morris' presentation on Vedic Education.
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