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7 August 2007
Directors of the Global Financial Capital of New York presented 'The Science and Technology of the Unified Field to Develop the Total Brain and Optimize Academic Outcomes' during a Global Conference on Unified Field-Based Education last week on 31 July at the Global Financial Capital of New York, 70 Broad Street in Manhattan, which is one block from the New York Stock Exchange.
Keynote speakers included Dr John Hagelin, world-renowned quantum physicist, executive director of the International Center for Invincible Defense, and President of Maharishi Central University in Kansas, USA, and Dr Bevan Morris, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace and President of Maharishi University of Management in Iowa, USA.
The modern system of education, like modern medicine, has been recognized to be inadequate because it does not create an enlightened individual and this is a loss to life everywhere, Dr Morris said. Being in possession of this Total Knowledge of the Unified Field of Natural Law, we are inspired to open new fields in education through new universities, colleges and schools that will provide Total Knowledge of Natural Law to every student and develop full enlightenment in every growing generation in every country, so that the power of Total Knowledge will allow everyone to know everything, do everything, and achieve anything that he would like.
Fortunately, now we are in possession of the knowledge of Total Natural Law in the Unified Field, which has been discovered at the basis of physiology through modern scientific research, Dr Morris said.
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