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India: Maharishi School students excel
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26 May 2011
Students at Maharishi Invincibility Schools in India are winning many competitions, including those in science, mathematics, music, and sports. Over 30,000 press articles on the schools have been collected, detailing these successes.
These successes are largely due to the students' practice of Transcendental Meditation and its advanced programmes, which facilitate the development of total brain functioning, said Dr Girish Varma,* director of the Transcendental Meditation Programme in India.
In the centre of India, a new campus is in final stages of construction, which will host visitors from around the world participating in special World Peace Assemblies. The purpose of the assemblies is to create an effect of coherence, harmony, and peace in world consciousness through group practice of Transcendental Meditation and the advanced Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme, including Yogic Flying.
The campus already has three buildings with 80 rooms, and will be completed by the time the World Peace Assemblies commence in October.
The campus features a quiet pastoral setting, with 10,000 fruit trees in its vicinity. Planning is underway to farm 1,000 acres in the campus area to produce organic food for guests and residents.
* Dr Varma is also director-general of the Global Capital of World Peace in the centre of India.
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