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Switzerland progresses towards Invincibility
by Global Good News staff writer
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2 March 2007
In Switzerland, a nation of 7.5 million people, dynamic activity is progressing to fulfil Maharishi's Six-Point Programme to create Invincibility.
This week Raja Felix Kägi, the Raja of Switzerland, met with the mayor of a town on Lake Constance who expressed interest to have the Global Country of World Peace build Vastu (situated according to the principles of Maharishi Sthapatya Veda) buildings in the town. It was a very constructive meeting, in which Raja Felix outlined the concepts and showed the mayor how to raise his town to be the star of invincibility in the nation.
Lake Constance connects Germany, Switzerland, and Austria and is thought to be a very auspicious location.
In another town on Lake Constance, Raja Felix and his team viewed a beautiful piece of land in the middle of town that was previously used for industrial purposes. This site can be developed according to Maharishi's Vastu principles for 1500 people.
In Basel, the team in the local Maharishi Enlightenment Centre found a potential site to build 20 homes to create a Maharishi Peace Colony.
The Global Country of World Peace has received permission to go ahead with building colleges in Zürich under the umbrella of the Central University of Switzerland. The different colleges under this umbrella will include Schools of Law, Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture, Vedic Medicine, and Business. Advertisements are being prepared to inspire at least 300-400 students to attend these colleges. Another potential site has been located to start a similar university project in Geneva.
In Seelisberg, leaders of the Global Country of World Peace at the Capital of Heaven on Earth, on the momentous day of Mahashivaratri, 26 February, broke ground for a new building that will be constructed according to Vastu principles.
Also in Seelisberg, 35 Yogic Flyers attended a refresher course for the TM-Sidhi Programme including Yogic Flying to deepen their experience and understanding of the practice, and a campaign is underway to inspire the creation of groups of Yogic Flyers all over Switzerland.
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