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Over 70 assembly guests coming from other countries

The M.U.M. Review    Translate This Article
3 November 2006

The number of participants in the Invincible America Assembly is receiving a boost from approximately 70 who will be coming from countries around the world.

International participants are eligible for grants if they make a year's commitment, and many are planning to do just that, said Jeff Cohen, director of the Department for the Development of Consciousness.

The countries they're coming from include Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Norway, the Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Ukraine, and the U.K.

Over 3,000 applications for the Assembly have now been processed, including those coming more than once.

'More and more people are leaving and then coming back,' Mr. Cohen said. 'And many are trying to move here.'

He said that the numbers on the Assembly have been very steady since the beginning and that now with the international participants and those who are just now taking the TM-Sidhi course, the number of those on the Assembly is expected to increase.

Nearly 60 people have recently completed instruction in the TM-Sidhi course. And a total of approximately 150 are expected for the subsequent TM-Sidhi courses, one of which began late last month and another which will begin November 30.

Copyright 2006, Maharishi University of Management


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