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Latin America: More nations rising to invincible peace and progress in 2010
by Global Good News staff writer
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28 December 2010
In 2010, Latin America saw many of its countries rising in coherence, peace, and prosperity through the expansion of programmes offered by the Global Country of World Peace in education, the military, architecture, health, and agriculture.
As of now, 11 Latin American countries have achieved an invincible level of coherence being created for the nation through these programmes, and others are also making progress towards this goal. Consciousness-Based Education is being introduced into more and more schools and universities throughout the continent; this is an ideal path for securing full development—enlightenment, for individuals and invincibility for nations, commented a leader of the programme in Latin America.
Two Maharishi Towers of Invincibility are in the process of construction in Latin America, as well as Maharishi Invincibility Schools being built in conjunction with the towers. These structures will be the physical embodiment of invincibility for the nations in which they are built, said the Administrator of the programmes offered by the Global Country in all of Latin America.
Other areas of achievement for Latin America include the establishment of Prevention Wings of the armed forces, in which large groups of thousands of military and security officers are practising the Transcendental Meditation Technique and its advanced programmes, including Yogic Flying, helping to create and sustain invincibility for their nations. Also, initiatives in Maharishi Ayur-Veda health care and Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture have developed significantly within the past year.
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