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Consciousness-Based Education uses Vedic technologies to develop students' full potential, promote stress-free learning
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26 September 2010
The International Conference on Consciousness-Based Education, held on 22 September in Kathmandu, Nepal, identified Vedic technologies, including the Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi programme, which have been researched in the West and shown to enable the student to assimilate knowledge without stress, enhance learning, improve grade point average and health, and, most profoundly, to directly experience the source of wakefulness and bliss.
Through the introduction of these Vedic Technologies of consciousness, research confirms that education can become stress free and meaningful and student performance enhanced. Programmes developed in India and the United States utilizing these technologies in secondary and higher education are now being offered in Nepal.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's historic address to educators in Kathmandu in 1974 inaugurated the conference. Maharishi spoke about today's educational system, which reveals to the student who has earned a doctorate how little he actually knows. But Maharishi consoled the audience by affirming that anyone can experience Total Knowledge, the field from where all knowledge arises, and thereby enjoy the fruit of all knowledge simply and naturally.
Dr Susan Dillbeck, President of the International Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education, outlined the key elements of Consciousness-Based education, and explained its effectiveness and how it can be easily implemented in any school or higher education institution.
Dr Dillbeck said that the Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi programme directly and systematically develops the latent creative potential of every student. In this way, students are able to fulfil their personal and professional goals and lead happy, productive lives as ideal citizens.
The conference on 22 September was one of two presented in Kathmandu by Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation, showcasing practical, scientifically proven solutions to contemporary problems that grip Nepal and the world. Please see Part I, Part II, and Part III of this press release from Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation about the Education and Agriculture conferences.
Global Good News will feature the conclusion of the press release about the Education Conference in Kathmandu, Nepal, in the coming days.
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