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Spain: Educators inspired by live demonstrations of EEG brain wave coherence during Transcendental Meditation
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7 August 2010
Dr Fred Travis, Director of the Center for Brain, Consciousness, and Cognition at Maharishi University of Management, recently presented to educators in three Spanish cities on how the Transcendental Meditation Programme affects the brain.
'The audience at the three lectures—in Madrid, Barcelona, and Bilbao—was highly qualified, including teachers, principals, and administration of schools and colleges,' reported Raja Antonio Bartolome, Raja of Invincible Spain for the Global Country of World Peace.
During the Madrid lecture, Dr Travis conducted a live EEG test on a subject who practised Transcendental Meditation, which demonstrated the coherent brain functioning created through the technique. 'This demonstration, as well as the presentation as a whole, was very impressive to the audience,' said Raja Antonio. The presentations in Barcelona and Bilbao elicited a similar enthusiastic response.
After the lectures by Dr Travis, several school leaders have expressed interest in implementing Consciousness-Based Education within their institutions. Teachers in Barcelona and Madrid have already begun learning Transcendental Meditation, and are preparing for instruction of students in the coming weeks.
* Raja Antonio's report was featured on the 7 August 2010 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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