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Dr Feldman presents Invincibility Schools Project
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21 April 2007
On Maharishi Open University's 17 April 2007 Global Family Chat, Dr Benjamin Feldman, Minister of Finance and Planning of the Global Country of World Peace, presented the Invincibility Schools Project on behalf of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, who commented at the presentation's end, 'Keep repeating this message.'
Dr Feldman emphasized that we want to immediately produce the effect of invincibility for each country, and not to let the day go by, as every day without it is a great loss for the country. To accomplish this, new, improved two-storey designs for a school for 200 students will be sent to every country within the next day or so. 'With two, three, or four of these schools,' he said, 'we will have the number needed for invincibility for the country.'
The schools will produce a softening and strengthening effect on the atmosphere of the country through the group practice of Transcendental Meditation and Yogic Flying by students, teachers, and administrators.
The schools will be prefabricated wooden frame buildings finished with marbleized plaster, 44 by 44 metres each. Each school will have 8 classrooms for 25 students each, as well as a meditation room and administrative offices. The schools will be self-sufficient financially; each will cost the equivalent of EUR 330,000, completely built; and the only additional cost will be the land.
'You can be the founders of invincibility for your country. It is so feasible you should be able to do it,' he continued. 'This is the message Maharishi wanted you to receive today. Each country can rise to invincibility through these schools.'
Dr Feldman pointed out that with this level of Total Knowledge, these schools will be like lighthouses that will light the country from the inside. 'With just a few hundred students,' he summarized, 'the country's whole atmosphere will be so soft and beautiful.'
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