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Students creating invincibility for Bolivia and Venezuala
by Global Good News staff writer
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14 June 2007
University students and students at Invincibility Schools in Latin America are bringing invincibility to their entire country.
One school in the mountains of Bolivia is experiencing the fulfillment of their group practice of Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation Technique and its advanced techniques including Yogic Flying. All the students, teachers, administrators, and some parents have been practising as a community and the result has been a remarkable, soft, blissful atmosphere. This is the first time in Bolivia that a whole school is practising all together along with the community— and serves as an example of how Consciousness-Based Education can create invincibility for not only the community, but also the entire nation.
In Venezuela, there are two universities that have programmes to create invincibility for the country. The first is from the largest private university in Venezuela with 35,000 students. The head of the school practises the Transcendental Meditation Technique and is checking all of the school's buildings to see that the Vastu is good. He has written a letter to each of the 35,000 students inviting them to participate in the programme with him to create invincibility for their nation.
The second university is a governmental university where the Masters degree and PhD students have created a group of about 600 students who practise Transcendental Meditation. Eighteen of these students have elected to do their thesis on Consciousness-Based Education in the context of raising the nation to invincibility.
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