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France: A year of progress toward creating coherent national consciousness
by Global Good News staff writer
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13 January 2011
Starting with an assembly commemorating the 50th anniversary of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's first visit to France (and to continental Europe), the past year was one of very great progress in creating an invincible state of coherence, progress, and peace in the nation through Maharishi's programmes.
The presence of David Lynch at a press conference on quelling violence in schools through Transcendental Meditation caused a great burst of media publicity, including very positive interviews on national television. The National Directors of Education for the Transcendental Meditation Programme in France continue to follow up on this event.
The number of people learning Transcendental Meditation in France continued to increase by about 70% in the past year.
The national Transcendental Meditation website for France has been completely redesigned, and new print materials are being created for the public.
Refresher Courses for Teachers of Transcendental Meditation were held during the year and will continue in 2011.
Instrumental in all these initiatives has been the leadership of Dr Dominique Lemoine, National Director of the Transcendental Meditation Programme in the country, said Dr Michael Dillbeck in a report on 13 January on these achievements. Dr Dillbeck is Administrator of France for the Global Country of World Peace.
In the coming days Global Good News will feature more achievements from France, including substantial progress in establishing a national coherence-creating invincibility group at the centre of the nation.
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