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Consciousness-Based Education booth a magnet at Didacta Education Fair in Germany
by Global Good News staff writer
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19 February 2009
The Global Mother Divine Organization of Germany recently maintained a booth for Consciousness-Based Education at the Didacta Fair in Hannover, Germany.
The Didacta Fair is the largest education fair in Europe—about 700 exhibitors, 80,000 visitors, and 800 journalists attended the fair this year in Hannover.
The booth featured exhibitions, displays, and pamphlets. Talks on various aspects of Consciousness-Based Education were held both at the booth and in the conference centre of the fair.
Passers-by could hear a talk on Consciousness-Based Education schools and their successful organization in different countries, or discussions by a medical doctor about improvements in health with Consciousness-Based Education, including beneficial effects on ADHD.
Live EEG demonstrations were given showing the increased coherence of brain wave patterns during the practice of Transcendental Meditation; or one could listen to a schoolteacher describing how Consciousness-Based Education can be implemented in the school system, and on the very important difference between Consciousness-Based Education and present-day education.
The booth was exceptionally busy with people stopping to listen to these various presentations.
The recently released DVD on Consciousness-Based Education by Raja John Hagelin, world-renowned quantum physicist and Minister of Science and Technology of the Global Country of World Peace, was presented to the federal Minister of Education of Germany and other government officials, as well to the scientist who is head of the Didacta Fair.
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