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How India can have an ''invincible'' military
by Maj. Gen. Kulwant Singh, UYSM, Indian Army (Ret.) and Dr. David R. Leffler
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13 April 2012
Leaders in India have the possibility to make history, states Maj. Gen. Kulwant Singh, UYSM, Indian Army (Ret.), recently in Newswing. They can become the first Asian leaders to achieve ''invincibility''—a high level of social coherence that disallows the possibility of conflict and war—by establishing a ''Prevention Wing of the Military'', a main component of Invincible Defence Technology (IDT).
General Singh and co-author Dr David Leffler describe the timely need for such an approach, and present compelling evidence, including scientific research, showing its effectiveness in defusing regional tensions. It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the field of defence.
'Although social scientists argue that research shows that our world is becoming a safer and more peaceful place,' the authors point out that 'dangerous hotspots still exist. Ongoing tensions between India and Pakistan continue to threaten the peace and security of both nations.'
These and other concerns, including Iran, were addressed at the second Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) of world leaders, held recently in Seoul, South Korea, which focused on the threat of global terrorism and how to keep atomic materials safe from rogue terrorists.
The authors also quote experienced UN Nepalese peacekeeper Lt. Col. Jitendra Jung Karki,* who clearly identified the necessity to identify more effective approaches than those conventionally relied upon today:
''Terrorism cannot be eliminated by destroying the terrorists. Any step in the direction of destruction only helps to create more terrorists. More terrorists only result in more waves of destruction. There is no wisdom in initiating a continuous theme of destruction in the name of protection. Prudence dictates eliminating the underlying cause of terrorism, war and all types of violence—collective social stress.''
However, Maj.Gen. Singh and Dr Leffler go on to explain, 'national leaders today have the option to consider and adopt a new, surprising, and scientifically verified method to reduce such stress. It is called Invincible Defense Technology (IDT) and has absolutely nothing to do with bullets, bombs, or killing. . . .
'This technology of consciousness includes non-religious meditation practices called the Transcendental Meditation (TM) and TM-Sidhi program. They have been successfully applied by members of many faiths worldwide to produce societal coherence and eliminate conflict. In a military context, when large groups of military personnel have learned and applied these non-lethal and non-destructive technologies of consciousness, high levels of collective national stress have been greatly reduced.
The authors also describe current initiatives implementing IDT in military and educational settings in Latin America, then come back to make a compelling case for the appropriateness of its implementation in India:
'It makes sense for the military of India to implement the ultimate unified field-based technology. It operates on a much more powerful level than even the dangerous but now obsolete nuclear defense technology that some countries and terrorists are alleged to be developing. The military is an ideal group to implement IDT because it has order, chain of command, and coherence that can be used in an unconventional and non-confrontational way (through implementation of IDT) for the benefit of India. India's military troops stand ready to follow the orders of their superiors. If the commanders think and plan clearly to deploy IDT for the well-being of the nation, the troops will follow. . . .
'IDT is enormously effective and cost-effective, and the results are immediate. All that is necessary is to provide the proper training for a group of military personnel—or indeed any large group within the country. India also has the opportunity today through IDT to create a coherent government, national security, invincibility, and lasting peace.
'IDT originates from ancient Vedic tradition. To its credit, Nepal's military already follows some Vedic martial traditions such as its military Yagya ceremonies. Likewise, India also honors its ancient Vedic tradition. All India needs to do now is to have its military also add the cutting-edge and scientifically validated Vedic-based IDT to meet its defense needs.
'Leaders in India could make their mark if they adopt this most ideal defense system,' the authors emphasize. 'The implementation of IDT would become a turning point in the history of India's national defense, and India would lead the world into perpetual peace.'
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Dr. John Hagelin, a renowned Harvard-trained quantum physicist and executive director of the Global Union of Scientists for Peace (GUSP, http://www.gusp.org), the most knowledgeable IDT expert; and U.S. Coast Guard Captain Ray Seebald (Ret.), a military aide to Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, spoke during the NSS about IDT on March 27 at the Seoul Press Center in Seoul, South Korea. They explained how IDT could end the North–South crisis in 60 days.
Dr. Leffler and coauthors Dr. Hussain Khan, Dr. David Orme-Johnson, and Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Kulwant Singh have previously presented a innovative plan for military deployment of IDT in their groundbreaking article ''Create an International Military Yogic-Flying Zone in Kashmir'' published in Pakistan Defence.
* Lt. Col. Karki is a member and alumnus of The Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies at National Defence University, Washington, D.C., USA. See his 2008 groundbreaking article ''Invincible Nepal: An Ancient Vedic Technology for Modern Security Challenges of Nepal'', published in the Nepalese military periodical Shreenath Journal.
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