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Dr Bevan Morris reviews travels in India after Maharishi's departing rites ceremonies - Part I
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1 March 2008
Recently on the Maharishi Global Family Chat—which is broadcast daily via satellite and Internet on Channel 3 of the Maharishi Channel—Dr Bevan Morris, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace, reported on the blossoming of initiatives that Maharishi had begun many years earlier in India.
Dr Morris said that after the departing rites ceremonies for Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in Allahabad, India, he and his delegation travelled to various parts of the country.
They visited the famous marble rocks and thundering waterfalls of the Narmada River. 'Much to our surprise there was a cable car that went across the falls over the canyon, where the river is about 100 feet deep,' Dr Morris said. 'Maharishi always loved cable cars,' Dr Morris commented, 'and even in Rishiskesh in 1969 . . . he wanted to put cable cars across the Ganges river from Rishikesh to the Academy. And also in the Brahmasthan [geographic centre] of India, Maharishi wanted to put cable cars from all the little hilltops, so people could go around for several kilometres, looking down and seeing the whole Maharishi Sthapatya Veda complex of Vedic Pandits and hearing from a distance the quiet roar of Pandits chanting.'
Dr Morris explained that later, Dr Girish Chandra Varmaji, Director-General of the Maharishi Global Capital of Raam Raj at the Brahmasthan of India, on hearing the story, noted that Maharishi had organized for the purchase of 52 acres at the top of the waterfall, and that this would be an ideal location for a health centre—overlooking the falls.
Dr Morris commented that this was an example of another of the countless projects that Maharishi was quietly administering. 'We will find as time goes on that there were so many things Maharishi was doing . . . as he was always thinking and organizing for the whole world.'
'I want to finally say that Maharishi once made the beautiful statement that ''It is my joy to make the difficult simple'', and he has made transcending simple, sanyama* simple. He has made the creation of world peace simple. He made Raam Raj, or Global Administration through Silence, dawning in the midst of Kali Yuga**, simple; not only simple, but fun. It is all just joyful and sweet and easy to do, much less than to bear the terrible times that have afflicted the world for thousands of years'.
*Sanyama: Practice of the Transcendental Meditation-Sidhi Programme
**Kali Yuga: An era of life on Earth characterized by ignorance of the full potential of human consciousness.
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