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Raja Paul Potter reflects on inauguration of the Global Financial Capital of New York, announces upcoming event
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31 March 2007
Raja Paul Potter, leader of the Global Country of World Peace in New York, gave an address during the three-day global celebration of Raam Navami from the heart of New York's financial district, at the beautiful building which houses the Global Financial Capital of New York. He said that the recently inaugurated Global Financial Capital is founded on the principle of Nature's skill of economy to do least and accomplish most, by projecting thought from the level where all desires are fulfilled.
Raja Paul noted that Maharishi Mahesh Yogi said in his talk on the first day of the celebration of Raam Navami that through this inauguration we have eliminated fear in this world. The mood of fear of loss, which has dominated the world economy, is now being replaced by the strength and boldness that come with bliss.
So this event, Raja Paul said, marks a transformation from fear of lack to the bliss of abundance stemming from the enlivenment of pure consciousness within, which is the field of all possibilities, accessible to everyone in their own self-referral consciousness. It is only this underlying field of unity at the basis of all diversity—only the power of consciousness at this level which is able to make every nation invincible and every nation nourishing to every other nation.
Raja Paul is continuing to inform the press of the news of the grand inauguration of the Global Financial Capital of New York, and in a few days there will be another grand event in New York: Dr John Hagelin, Minister of Science and Technology of the Global Country of World Peace, will be giving a presentation to members of the United Nations on Thursday 4 April at 4:00pm US Eastern time, which will be broadcast on MOU.org and the Maharishi Channel.
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