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Turkey: International courses aim to create coherence and harmony for Middle East
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26 September 2011
The first of a new series of special international courses was held in Turkey this summer in August and September. A main theme of the first course was health—people from many countries enjoyed a variety of programmes and approaches of Maharishi Ayur-Veda health care, including consultations with a Vaidya (expert Maharishi Ayur-Veda physician from India), and with experts in Vedic aromatherapy and Maharishi Light Therapy with Gems. Training in Maharishi's Vedic Approach to Health was offered for medical doctors.
The course was held in a beautiful location, at an altitude of 1,300 metres in the mountains, where the summer heat is less and the atmosphere is very fresh, organizers said.
It was also the first in a one-year programme of assemblies that has been organized in Turkey with the goal of creating a continuous influence of peace, harmony, and coherence for the Middle East.
All the attendees were practitioners of Transcendental Meditation and the advanced Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme, including Yogic Flying. During the course they participated in group practice of these technologies of consciousness, which has been shown through extensive scientific research to reduce reduce crime and violence and promote positive trends in society.
After the summer course, such assemblies will be held continuously from October to April in the south of Turkey, where the climate is very pleasant even during the winter. These courses will also include training for medical doctors, as well as other programmes.
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