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Maharishi Vedic Health experts' UK tour: Enriching the development of higher states of consciousness
by Global Good New staff writer
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18 March 2009
In early 2009, Maharishi Vedic Health experts completed a five-month tour of the United Kingdom. They visited and gave courses at Maharishi Garden Village in Rendlesham, Suffolk; at Maharishi European Sidhaland in Skelmersdale, Lancashire; and at Maharishi Invincibility Centres, centers for teaching the Transcendental Meditation Programme in London and Leicester, England; Cardiff, Wales; and Glasgow, Scotland.
Courses given by the Maharishi Vedic Health experts featured advanced programmes of Maharishi's Vedic Science and Technologies of Consciousness, including Advanced Techniques of the Transcendental Meditation Programme and consultations in Maharishi Vedic Vibration Technology.
Maharishi Vedic Vibration Technology is an aspect of Maharishi's Vedic Approach to Health for the treatment of chronic disorders. To watch a 12-minute video of Maharishi Vedic Vibration Technology participants describing their experience during and after their consultations, and physicians explaining the programme and how it works for their patients, please click here.
For testimonials and case studies about effects with specific disorders, please visit Maharishi Vedic Vibration Technology.
The purpose of these and other advanced courses is to enrich and accelerate participants' development of higher states of consciousness through Maharishi's programmes; the effect of the Vedic experts' tour was to awaken a new level of interest in all these programmes, and a new wave of coherence throughout the nation through participants' deepening experiences, improved health, and increased knowledge.
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