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Uganda: Consciousness-Based secondary school offers bright future to students and nation
by Global Good News staff writer
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21 March 2009
A Consciousness-Based Education secondary school with 40 students is not only offering a brighter future to students in Uganda, it also could potentially transform the nation and raise it to peace and invincibility.
Students and teachers at the school practise the Transcendental Meditation Programme together, creating tremendous benefit* for themselves and for their environment.
Uganda needs only 550 Yogic Flyers to achieve national invincibility, said Raja Graham de Freitas, Raja of Invincible Uganda for the Global Country of World Peace, so as the school expands, these students could create an indomitable influence of peace and harmony for the nation.
The school is also significant in that it offers highest quality education to girls in an area where there is little opportunity for them.
Raja Graham praised Dr Grant Lusimbo, National Director of the Global Country of World Peace in Uganda, and the only Teacher of Transcendental Meditation in the country, as 'the hero of the school'. He is a former school teacher, has previously organized schools in Kenya, and is the organizing power behind this school, Raja Graham said.
*Extensive scientific research documents the benefits of the Transcendental Meditation Programme for every area of life.
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