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Lebanon: Report of growing interest in Maharishi's peace-creating technologies of consciousness
by Global Good News staff writer
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18 July 2013
A conference called a World Peace Assembly was recently held in Lebanon and featured extended group practice of Transcendental Meditation and its advanced technologies of consciousness, which participants reportedly found to be deeply restful and refreshing.
Scientific research has shown that World Peace Assemblies and similar groups of advanced Transcendental Meditation practitioners create an influence of coherence and harmony in the collective consciousness of communities and whole nations. This phenomenon has been named by scientists the Maharishi Effect in honour of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, who first predicted it in the early 1960s.
Translation into Arabic has recently been completed for the new 28-page, information packed brochure on Transcendental Meditation, Fundamentally Unique, which is available to the public.
A new mobile website in both Arabic and English has been created to promote ancient technologies to create world peace, called National Yagyas.* Many National Yagyas have been performed in India by Maharishi Vedic Pandits for countries around the world. It was noted that the president of the country recently remarked on the miracle of civil war not breaking out.
A seminar led by Tony Nader, MD, PhD, on the Ramayana (an aspect of the Vedic literature) in Human Physiology attracted 240 people. Dr Nader discovered the one-to-one correspondence of each aspect of the Veda and Vedic literature to specific areas of human physiology. He found that all of human physiology is a replica of Veda—the totality of all the laws of nature.
The number of people learning Transcendental Meditation in Lebanon is increasing day by day.
* Maharishi Yagya performances are special Vedic performances that create life-supporting effects for individuals, nations, and the world.
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