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15 November 2011
The Global Peace Initiative is now dynamically implementing the Brain-Based Approach to Peace—group practice of the Transcendental Meditation program and its advanced techniques—on a national and global scale.
National implementation - USA
Harnessing the power of a large group of
peace-creating experts for America
The United States clearly plays a pivotal role in world events and in global policies and trends. Creating a powerful, peaceful influence in the U.S. and in its domestic and foreign policy will itself have a significant positive impact on global peace. In addition, . . . a successful implementation of this national project will accelerate its acceptance, support, and utilization on a global scale.
Previous research demonstrates that a group of 2,500 advanced meditation experts (approximately the square root of one percent of the national population) in one place in the U.S. is enough to produce the ''National Maharishi Effect''—a peaceful, positive influence of sufficient magnitude to defuse national tensions and prevent the upsurge of crime and violence on a national scale.
The first phase of the Global Peace Initiative's national implementation to create a powerful influence of peace and positivity for the whole U.S. population is underway in the heartland of America—in two grand, 25,000-square-foot (2323-square-metre) meditation domes at Maharishi University of Management in Maharishi Vedic City, Iowa.
Global Good News will feature more about the implementation of the Brain-Based Approach to Peace for the US and the world.
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