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Reducing tension in the Mideast: Israel's military recommended to quickly implement peace-creating groups of advanced meditators
by David Orme-Johnson, Ph.D., and David Leffler, Ph.D.
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30 November 2012
Dr. Orme-Johnson and Dr. Leffler's article concludes with examples of countries that have implemented the scientifically proven approach to reducing violence and conflict through large coherence-creating groups of advanced Transcendental Meditation practitioners. The authors recommend that the Israeli military—or any organization—establish such peace-creating groups to quickly reduce tensions in the collective consciousness of the Middle East.
See Parts I and II:
∙ 'Reducing tension in the Mideast: Experts propose scientific solution based on technologies of consciousness'
∙ 'Reducing tension in the Mideast: More research on a peace-creating technology of consciousness'
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The military in Mozambique used this strategy to end its civil war in the 1990s. Today, many Latin American countries are successfully implementing this approach in military and education settings. In the Middle East, responsible people from any country in any sector of society, public or private, could create peace-keeping groups in the military, in prisons, among retirees, or wherever such groups are practical.
Modern unified field theory supports the perennial philosophy of all major cultural traditions that there exists a transcendental field at the most fundamental level of natural law, which can be directly accessed as the silent transcendental level of the human mind. Hundreds of studies have shown that experience of transcendental consciousness breaks the chain of conditioned reflexes coming on from past behavior, as seen in reduced addictive behaviors of all kinds, decreased prison recidivism, and reduced behavioral problems in inner-city children.
Are we as nations to go on like rats trapped in a conditioning cage, reacting the same way decade after decade? Or shall we step out of the cage into the transcendental level of our own consciousness and grow up into enlightened human beings, rather than continuing to resort to destroying and killing? This is the choice we have right now.
We are not suggesting that politicians drop what they are doing. They would never be able to do so, nor would that be wise. What we are suggesting is that the military of Israel, or any organization, establish such coherence-creating groups to quickly reduce tensions in the Middle East's collective consciousness. The military is traditionally the most organized aspect of society and by itself could quickly create such a group.
The international classic, Sun Tzu's Art of War, advises that it is better to win without fighting. A proven technology now exists that takes recourse to the most powerful level of natural law to enable the military to succeed—by preventing the birth of an enemy. Its implementation could be a scientific experiment, using objective measures and independent, outside observers. The predicted outcome is accelerated progress towards a just, equitable, lasting peace.
About the Authors:
David Orme-Johnson, Ph.D., is one of the principal researchers in the world on meditation and its effects, having authored or contributed to over 100 publications. He has traveled to nearly 60 countries to speak about the research on meditation to scientific conferences, the public, the press, program directors, government officials, members of Congress, parliaments, heads of state, and the United Nations, and he has served as an expert on meditation for two NIH technology assessment conferences.
David Leffler, Ph.D., a United States Air Force veteran, received his doctoral degree in Consciousness-Based Military Defense from The Union Institute & University. He served as an Associate of the Proteus Management Group at the Center for Strategic Leadership, US Army War College. Dr. Leffler has published articles in over 400 locations worldwide about the strategic military advantages of applying the TM technique and its advanced practices. Currently, he is the Executive Director at the Center for Advanced Military Science (CAMS). Dr. Leffler is available as a certified teacher of the TM program at: http://www.StrongMilitary.org.
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A version of this article continues to be published widely in many countries in the past several days, in news outlets including Palestine–Israel Journal, World Tribune Pakistan, Middle East Online, Lahore Times, The Asian, The Liberian Dialogue, Modern Ghana, Greece News Now, Balkan Chronicle, Seoul Times, and Kashmir Observer.
© Copyright 2012 Center for Advanced Military Science (CAMS)
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