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Sustainability at Maharishi University of Management
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9 November 2010
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The article features the Sustainable Living major at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa, USA, which offers students a unique programme.
In a video presentation, David Fisher, PhD, Chair of the MUM Sustainable Living Department, explains that what's on the outside is a function of what's on the inside. 'If you don't change very much of what's on the inside, not very much on the outside is going to change, regardless of how many great technologies you have; what fantastic education systems you have. Consciousness has to be raised,' he emphasized.
All of the students and faculty practice the Transcendental Meditation Technique to develop their inner potential.
One student comments that this programme takes into account 'How can I develop myself?' and 'also the importance of developing ourselves to create a sustainable world as a fundamental to everything else.'
Diana Krystofiak, an administrator for the Sustainable Living programme, comments that a lot of schools talk about consciousness, 'but not many schools offer the opportunity and a technique to experience consciousness—and then to connect their technique with what they're learning in the classroom.'
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