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Mongolia: Great upsurge of interest in Transcendental Meditation
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30 March 2008
Raja Tom Stanley, (Administrator) of Invincible Mongolia for the Global Country of World Peace, recently reported on the great upsurge of interest in Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation Programme in the nation.
There are currently a few hundred practitioners of the Transcendental Meditation Technique and between 10 and 15 people are learning Transcendental Meditation every week, Raja Stanley said.
The people of Mongolia have a natural and earnest inclination for spiritual development and pure knowledge, Raja Stanley said, and a deep appreciation for the knowledge.
Since there are not yet any teachers of Transcendental Meditation from Mongolia, very dedicated teachers from other countries have been offering the technique there. 'So we have an urgent need to train Mongolian teachers,' Raja Stanley said, adding that a fair number of Mongolians speak Russian and could join the upcoming Russian language Teacher Training Course.
With a population of about three million, Mongolia needs only 170 Yogic Flyers to create national invincibility. There are already 30 Yogic Flyers and another 30 are interested in participating in the next Yogic Flying course. Mongolia could soon become a lighthouse of peace for the whole region, Raja Stanley said.
Several Yogic Flyers from the nation will be coming to the United States to participate in the Invincible America Assembly and attend the David Lynch Weekend. Raja Stanley said that the Assembly is a tremendous opportunity for people around the world to experience meditating in a large group and bring that inspiration back to their countries.
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