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Perpetuating invincibility in Holland
by Global Good News staff writer
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10 July 2009
In 2007 Holland achieved national invincibility, and signs of invincibility continue to be evident in many areas of national life. Teachers of Transcendental Meditation in Holland are now focussed on making the programmes of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi available to everyone in order to help expand and perpetuate the influence of invincibility.
It is our responsibility to create even more harmony, said Dr Paul Gelderloos, National Director of Invincible Holland for the Global Country of World Peace.
Fifty Teachers of Transcendental Meditation recently met to discuss expansion of programmes to offer increased health, happiness, and success to the individual, and peace, prosperity, and progress for the nation.
Teachers in the province of Limburg—where in recent months four to five times more people have been learning the Transcendental Meditation Programme as in the rest of the nation—described how fulfilling it is for them to teach so many people.
For the past six months, there has been a Transcendental Meditation course nearly every weekend, they said.
Dr Gelderloos commented that now the goal is to build on that momentum, so that Transcendental Meditation Teachers throughout the country will have the opportunity to focus on teaching—and many individuals will reap the profound benefits of the practice.
The nation as a whole is continuing to enjoy the positive influence of the invincibility group of Yogic Flyers, Dr Gelderloos continued, citing an extensive array of recent positive news and statistics, including the following:
Holland has one of the highest levels of employment in Europe—second only to Denmark—with 77 per cent of the population between the ages of 15-65 employed.
Holland has one of Europe's most open economies in terms of international trade.
Holland also ranked among the top in Europe for offering equal opportunities to women.
Holland is becoming increasingly focused on sustainability. The number of hybrid cars on the road doubled from January 2008 to the present. In addition, early this month, a government minister launched a series of incentives to further increase sales of hybrid cars. Total savings for hybrid car owners will come to approximately 15,000 Euros, Dr Gelderloos said. The minister's goal is to have at least 200,000 electrical cars on the road by 2020.
'The world is really becoming the world Maharishi envisioned,' Dr Gelderloos concluded.
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