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Dr John Hagelin: What the United States will be like when the Invincibility Assembly has achieved its goal - Part II
by Global Good News staff writer
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25 February 2007
'What will America feel like, what will it be like to live in such a country that is invincible?' is the real question, said Dr Hagelin, when the Assembly has achieved its goal.
Dr Hagelin said it will be just a reflection of what Dr Morris described in his experience there at the epicenter of peace in Fairfield and Maharishi Vedic City, in Iowa, USA—pure positivity reverberating with the peace and bliss, reverberating with the pure life in the great softness of the atmosphere; the atmosphere reverberating in lively bliss, where there is softness and genuine feelings of support and great respect and reverence for one another in the group.
This results not from creating some mood of positivity, Dr Hagelin said, but when bliss naturally reverberates more and more in the physiology, the senses become increasingly acute, alert, and refined so that the vision falls more and more on the finer, inner glories and richness of life.
'When life is extremely precious, and the real inner value and glory of everyone is lively and predominant,' continued Dr Hagelin, 'all this great warmth and richness of life will increasingly spill over from Maharishi Vedic City and Maharishi University of Management, radiating increasingly into the surrounding environment to pervade the state of Iowa and the whole Mid West more and more, and even touching the borders of the country already, as the numbers begin to approach and exceed the square root of one per cent of the population of the country.'
Soon we will have more Vedic Pandits from India to increase the numbers well beyond the required 2,000 Yogic Flyers, by which time the transformation of America will be inevitable and permanent.
'Irreversible will be the power of peace and positivity, invincibility, ' Dr Hagelin said, 'and we have been given a taste of what that will mean for the quality of life of people everywhere in Dr Morris' 'feast of immersion' in the unimaginable saturation, depth, and profundity, pure warmth and richness of the atmosphere that is perhaps unlike anything in this world.'
'All negativity melts away just as easily and as naturally as dark shadows spontaneously vanish in the brightness of the noonday sun,' said Dr Hagelin.
See also Dr Morris' visit to Maharishi Vedic City.
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