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Philippines schools plan to offer Consciousness-Based Education
by Global Good News staff writer
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26 August 2009
This past year, interest in Consciousness-Based Education has been growing in the Philippines, and a new Maharishi Invincibility Centre* is offering the the programmes of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
Raja Bob LoPinto, Raja of Invincible Philippines for the Global Country of World Peace, reported that two schools in the Philippines are planning to implement Consciousness-Based Education.
One school already has 'quiet time' set aside for the students, and is now adding the Transcendental Meditation Programme. The school's director commented that the school will then have 'a real quiet time technique, a systematic and scientifically proven technique'.
The other school will start the programme next year, Raja LoPinto said.
A new Maharishi Invincibility Centre* has opened in the financial centre of the Philippines, through the generosity of a local Yogic Flyer, Raja LoPinto reported. It faces due east, which is auspicious according to Maharishi Vedic Architecture. It is a very fortunate location, he said, explaining that ideal orientation is difficult to find in the city.
Now there is a great focus among leaders of the Global Country of World Peace in that area to make knowledge about Transcendental Meditation widely available from this beautiful facility.
* Maharishi Invincibility Centres in major cities around the world offer the knowledge and programmes of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, including the Transcendental Meditation Programme, to promote enlightenment for every individual and invincibility for every nation through development of full potential in every area of life.
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