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Northern Ireland: Consciousness-Based Education programmes expanding rapidly
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31 December 2009
Northern Ireland has seen great success in the area of Consciousness-Based Education in 2009; leaders of these programmes look forward to expanding them further in the coming year.
Dr Gerald and Dr Andrea Gribben, National Directors of Northern Ireland for the Global Country of World Peace, have been introducing the Transcendental Meditation Programme to both primary and secondary schools in the nation. School leaders are not only receptive to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's programmes, but have begun actively seeking them out.
One goal for the year 2010, said Raja Tom Stanley, Raja of Invincible Northern Ireland for the Global Country of World Peace, is to establish groups of Yogic Flyers at the secondary schools to further the nation's progress towards invincibility.*
In addition to introducing Maharishi's programmes into existing schools, plans are underway to construct a new Maharishi Invincibility School in Northern Ireland. All of the architectural drawings have already been completed for the project.
An additional goal for the coming year, said Raja Stanley, is to increase the number of Transcendental Meditation Teachers in the country, to expand even more all the activities being conducted by the two National Directors.
* Raja Stanley's report was featured on the 26 December 2009 Maharishi Global Family Chat, broadcast daily via Internet webcast on the Maharishi Channel, Channel 3. Podcasts of the daily Global Family Chat (audio track) are also now available for automatic download, via an RSS feed.
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