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Organic farming cooperative practises Transcendental Meditation in large group
by Global Good News staff writer
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21 August 2012
In the Caribbean and Central America, a new type of project involving Transcendental Meditation is developing.
While these regions have seen school projects that utilize Transcendental Meditation, as well as business and rehabilitation programmes, this is one of the first times a large number of farmers have come together to learn Transcendental Meditation and to meditate in a group.
A Transcendental Meditation teacher who is involved in the initiative explained that a large group of agricultural organic producers of various types has gathered. 'They have made a sort of cooperative so that all of them can meditate at the same time,' he said—both as the basis for successful farming, and as a coherence-creating 'invincibility' group for their nation.
There are currently two groups in two different countries. One is a cooperative and the other an association, but what they have in common is that they farm organically and the members practise Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Transcendental Meditation technique.
Both groups have more than 500 participants.
In addition to meditating together, these groups will also be able to host courses on Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture, which experts describe as offering a supreme level of agriculture.
The groups, due to their significant size, will provide a nationwide effect of coherence, through the utilization of Invincible Defense Technology. Scientific research has shown repeatedly that large groups practising Maharishi's peace-creating technologies of consciousness can neutralize the tensions that fuel violence, terrorism, and social conflict, promoting indomitable peace, security, and economic stability for the whole population.
'This is an approach that is as important as other approaches, the teacher concluded, especially considering that 'invincibility projects could be created around nature and around farmers'.
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