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Planning for peace palace continues
by Lori Brookhart
Missourian News Translate This Article
19 September 2005
On 19 September 2005 Missourian News reported:
Jim Morrow, a long-time teacher of the Transcendental Meditation Technique, is working to establish a Peace Palace and Maharishi Enlightenment Center in Columbia, Missouri. Morrow is also urging citizens to rebuild the Capital Building in Jefferson City according to the ancient architectural principles of Maharishi Vastu.
It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring
fulfilment to the field of world peace.
Morrow told reporter Lori Brookhart that the Columbia Peace Palace, one of 3,000 planned Peace Palaces that the Global Country of World Peace hopes to build in the United States, would include both educational facilities and retail shops offering herbal preparations, natural clothing, and spa services. Morrow also plans to offer classes in the Transcendental Meditation Programme, a meditation technique that has been shown to improve mental and physical health as well as professional and personal success.
Morrow is currently talking with potential developers and shopping for land.
The article noted that there are now three completed peace palaces in the US: Lexington, Kentucky; Bethesda, Maryland; and Houston, Texas; where the most recent palace opened one month ago. Brookhart said that the Global Country of World Peace also has plans to build Peace Palaces in Missouri in the cities of Kansas City, St Louis, and Cape Girardeau.
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