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Initiatives to create invincibility in Denmark - Part I - Consciousness-Based Education
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17 March 2008
Many initiatives to create national invincibility are going ahead simultaneously in Denmark, reported Raja Bjarne Landsfeldt, Administrator of Denmark for the Global Country of World Peace.
Speaking on the Maharishi Global Family Chat—which is broadcast daily via satellite and Internet on Channel 3 of the Maharishi Channel—Raja Landsfeldt first discussed Consciousness-Based Education in the nation.
Two schools, one with 120 students and another with 100 students—a sufficient number to raise the nation to invincibility—are moving forward with plans for to implement Maharishi's programmes, Raja Landsfeldt said.
In addition a visitor to a Consciousness-Based Education website, was so inspired that this individual has taken steps to start a new Consciousness-Based Education school in one of the nicest areas around the nation's capital. Many parents have already expressed an interest in the school, Raja Landsfeldt said.
Raja Landsfeldt also discussed a great opportunity for Consciousness-Based Education on the University level. The Peace Palace in Copenhagen would like to offer a university programme, Raja Landsfeldt said, and according to a recent announcement by the Danish government, this educational programme could receive financial support.
The Peace Palace in Copenhagen is also being expanded by one building and will soon have space for 25 Yogic Flyers.
Raja Landsfeldt went on to report on several more initiatives to create groups of Yogic Flyers and national invincibility. The continuation of his talk will be featured in Part II of this article.
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