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Restful alertness - the basis of enjoyable learning at Maharishi School, England
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22 March 2011
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The article features Maharishi School in West Lancashire, England, where students not only excel academically, but also enjoy a uniquely harmonious environment.
All students and teachers practise the Transcendental Meditation Technique twice a day as part of the school's Consciousness-Based Education programme. The technique produces a state of restful alertness in the mind and body, which scientific research has shown creates neurological balance and systematically develops the students' creativity and intelligence.
Students report feeling more relaxed yet more alert in their classes, more confident and less angry; both students and parents comment on the friendly feeling among students and the absence of bullying.
The British government agency Ofsted (Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills) rated Maharishi School 'Outstanding overall' and 'Outstanding' in eleven categories of academic excellence.
The article also describes achievements of students in competitions and on exams, and success of alumni in higher education and professional careers.
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The curriculum of Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment offers traditional academic disciplines along with Consciousness-Based education, to enliven the total brain physiology of every student, creating successful individuals who radiate an influence of peace and harmony in the world.
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