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First Mongolian Teachers of Transcendental Meditation being trained
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25 March 2009
Five people, three men and two ladies, are currently participating in the Transcendental Meditation Teacher Training Course in Bulgaria. They graduate this summer and will be the first Mongolian teachers of the Transcendenal Meditation Programme.
Lying between Russia and China, Mongolia is a nation of three million people. Mongolia is a Buddhist country, but in the twentieth century much of the indigenous spiritual values have been lost, explained Raja Tom Stanley, Raja of Mongolia for the Global Country of World Peace, recently. However, the people of Mongolia have maintained their purity and freshness, and their receptivity to pure knowledge.
'It is very delightful how completely open and receptive and responsive they are once they receive this knowledge, and how much they take responsibility for promoting this knowledge and bringing it to others,' said Raja Stanley.
He had spoken to each of the participants before they left for Bulgaria. They all expressed their long-time dedication to Transcendental Meditation, saying that they knew when they began meditation that they wanted to become teachers.
'It will be a great joy,' Raja Stanley said, 'that people who learn the technique will soon be able to learn in their Mother Tongue. So far, most of the Mongolians have learnt Transcendental Meditation in Russian' from a visiting Teacher from Ukraine.
Global Good News will feature a second article about Mongolia in the coming days.
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