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Know the knower, develop higher consciousness--the fundamental point of Maharishi's Vedic Education - Part III
by Global Good News staff writer
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17 February 2007
In a recent global News Conference, Dr Bevan Morris, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace, President of Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment and Maharishi University of Management, explained the influence of Maharishi's Vedic Education for total brain development and improved academic performance of students everywhere.
'If we develop the total brain, everything is going to develop, and it does,' he said.
More than 600 scientific research studies from over 250 research institutions in 35 countries are there that measure this development. The evidence is there in seven volumes of scientific research papers, Dr Morris said.
'Educators are always saying, 'Oh, let's find out what the latest scientific development in the field of education, what works the best in the classroom,' Dr Morris said, which results in a fad for this and a fad for that.
'Why don't they use the most powerfully, scientifically proven system of education of the total brain?' Dr Morris asked.
Dr Morris said that many educators are now introducing Consciousness-Based Education. 'They do not care what ignorance has gone before, they're going to apply the thing that works the best and that is indisputedly Consciousness-Based education.'
'Know the knower, develop the total brain and higher consciousness; gain the support of the intelligence that is the administrator of the universe to fulfil any desire of the student. This is the certain future of education everywhere on earth, and this is Maharishi's gift to the field of education,' Dr Morris concluded.
For more information about Consciousness-Based education, visit also Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment.
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