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Nepalese students enjoy Consciousness-Based Education at Maharishi University of Management
by Global Good News staff writer
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25 May 2008
For many years, Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa, USA has attracted creative, forward-thinking students from all around the globe who add a richness of international cultures and perspectives to the academic community. Among the 60 or more countries represented in the MUM student body, the second largest student group outside of Americans are those from Nepal.
Raja Kingsley Brooks, Raja of Invincible Nepal, for the Global Country of World Peace, recently visited the University in Iowa and met with the Nepalese students. He commented on their lively enthusiasm for Consciousness-Based Education, and recognized their deep commitment to helping their country through the practical application of Maharishi's Vedic knowledge in all areas of society.
'Although the prospect of an American education is what initially attracts the students,' Raja Kingsley said, 'through regular practice of Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation Technique, which is a key component of their university day, they gain a real understanding that it is the development of their own inner consciousness that forms the basis of their study and future success.'
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