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Ensuring the perpetuation of Maharishi Vedic Pandits' profession for permanent global invincibility
by Global Good News staff writer
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26 July 2009
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi created a systematic three-level programme to ensure that Maharishi Vedic Pandits will be available to create and maintain global invincibility in this generation and for all times to come.
Continuing his talk during the global celebration of Guru Purnima, 7 July 2009, Raja Harris Kaplan, Raja of Invincible India for the Global Country of World Peace, detailed this systematic training programme. Please also see Part I of this article.
In the first phase, when the boys are young, they stay with their families and study with a local Guru-ji, Raja Harris said. They also learn Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation Programme.
In the second phase, when they are about 14 years old, they have the opportunity to attend one of the residential Vedic campuses that Maharishi created across India, 'where the Vedic Teachers, the Acharyas . . . work with the boys towards a more perfected level of training. These residential campuses are in the countryside away from city life and its distractions. There the training proceeds quietly day by day,' he said.
'At these campuses, the young Pandits learn advanced programmes of meditation [including Yogic Flying], and become capable of performing fortune-creating, powerful personal and societal Yagyas.
'Maharishi perfected a system for perpetuating this perfect training, even using modern technology and all available means to ensure the purity of their teaching—not based on any one time or any one Acharya, but rather on the eternal authenticity of the Veda and Vedic Tradition,' Raja Harris commented.
In the third phase, 'once finished [with] their training at 18 years of age, they are fully matured Vedic Pandits,' he said.
'During the days at the campus—both as students and as mature Pandits—they follow a detailed routine from sunrise to evening. Their day is structured to perfect every aspect of their consciousness and physiology—from their group performance of Transcendental Meditation and the Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme, to their time either in Yagya performance, or for the younger ones in the classroom—even to their group recitation before every meal, to their study in their personal living quarters, and their recreation.
'As fully matured Vedic Pandits they perform either Yagyas for individuals or specific Vedic performances, including special peace Yagyas for the whole world.'
The culmination of this training programme will initially be to have a sufficiently large group of Vedic Pandits to create peace, harmony, and affluence for the whole world, Raja Harris explained.
In the coming days, Global Good News will feature the continuation of Raja Harris' talk about the initiative to establish at least 8,000 Vedic Pandits at the Brahma-Sthan (auspicious geographical centre) of India, and large groups at other locations throughout India.
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