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India: International courses to begin in October
by Global Good News staff writer
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20 April 2011
International courses will be offered at the Brahmasthan—geographical centre—of India beginning 2 October 2011.
This is where Maharishi Mahesh Yogi established the Global Capital of Raam Raj.* Maharishi said that at this auspicious location one can touch and taste the experience of the promise of Raam Raj, in which suffering belongs to no one.
A beautiful campus—the Bijauri Campus—has been designated for international courses. Guests will enjoy beautifully appointed suites with western style facilities.
Featuring a quiet pastoral setting with beautiful walks, and offering the opportunity to daily enjoy the Vedic recitation of coherence-creating groups of Maharishi Vedic Pandits, it is an ideal place to deepen experiences of higher states of consciousness.
Practitioners and teachers of the Transcendental Meditation Programme and Yogic Flying are invited to come for stays of a week, two weeks, or a month during the milder climate from October to March.
In the coming days, Global Good News will continue to feature the upcoming international courses at the Brahmasthan.
* Raam Raj: Administration through Natural Law, the full awakening of total Natural Law in the consciousness of every individual, and in the collective consciousness of every nation and the entire world, through Maharishi's programmes, creating a state of invincible permanent global peace, happiness, and prosperity—Heaven on Earth. Maharishi designated the Global Capital of World Peace at the Brahmasthan of India as the Global Capital of Raam Raj in January 2008.
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