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Trinidad and Tobago to celebrate invincibility on 20th May
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15 May 2007
On 20 May a celebration is to be held in Port of Spain, Trinidad, to mark the rise to invincibility of the nation of Trinidad and Tobago. This is the first nation in the world to rise to invincibility through a group of students at a school practising Maharishi's technologies of invincibility--the Transcendental Meditation Technique and the TM-Sidhi Programme including Yogic Flying.
There are four Vedic Pandits—a father and his three sons—at the SWAHA College and the SWAHA Secondary School, and they will be honoured in the celebration. The father—who founded the SWAHA (Society Working for the Advancement of Human Aspirations) Organisation in Trinidad—and his three sons have been promoting programmes for peace in their country for many years.
Trinidad and Tobago, which needs only 125 Yogic Flyers to create national invincibility, is the third nation in the world to rise to invincibility, following the Netherlands and the USA, but it is the first to achieve it through students at a school.
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