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Creating Invincibility for Canada's First Nations through enlivening their traditional languages
by Global Good News staff writer
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1 September 2009
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi has explained that all 7,000 Aboriginal [native] languages throughout the world contain the sounds of Natural Law for their specific territories. When the Aboriginal languages are fully lively then the sounds of Natural Law for that territory are lively, and as a result life is continuously lived more in tune with the Laws of Nature.
Canada's First Nations people really appreciate Maharishi's programmes for bringing improved quality of life and invincibility for their people, said Dr Christopher Collrin, National Director of Communication for the Global Country of World Peace in Canada recently. He was giving a history of these programmes for First Nations people, in which he has been involved for many years, under Maharishi's guidance.
In 2005 the Inauguration of the Global Parliament of World Peace took place on the Island of World Peace in Nova Scotia, to which First Nations tribes were invited.
In 2006 a ground-breaking ceremony took place for the first development on the Island of World Peace, at which both a First Nations traditional ceremony of blessing of the land and a Vedic ground-breaking ceremony were held.
At that time Maharishi spoke via conference call to the gathering, about the relationship between the sounds of Natural Law that are found in Rk Veda and in the First Nations languages. He explained that all 7,000 Aboriginal languages throughout the world contained the sounds of Natural Law for their specific territories. He made the point that when the Aboriginal languages are lively then the sounds of Natural Law for that territory are lively, and as a result life is continuously lived more in tune with the Laws of Nature.
Maharishi asked Dr Collrin to contact language experts and First Nations leaders to look more closely at their language and the correlation with the sounds of Rk Veda. As a result, a series of radio stations was planned so that the chants and stories of the First Nations could be broadcast throughout Canada. Maharishi also held a conference call with the language experts of the First Nations peoples.
The first such station dedicated to First Nations language and cultural programming was inaugurated on the east coast of Canada in 2007.
Later this month, two Canadian First Nations leaders will be speaking at the Maharishi University of Management Conference on building a healthy, sustainable American Indian Community. A diabetes community consultant from the Union of New Brunswick Indians Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative will also be speaking at this conference.
Also in September, a conference call will take place between these New Brunswick First Nations leaders and Mr Prosper Waukon, coordinator for the American Indian Transcendental Meditation Initiative. A member of Ontario's Mohawk First Nation, who practises the Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme, will also address this conference.
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