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Schoolchildren practising Transcendental Meditation create rising invincibility for Indonesia
by Global Good News staff writer
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11 June 2009
Two schools on the island of Bali, Indonesia have already implemented the Transcendental Meditation Programme. One of the schools, which has 730 pupils, recently increased the number of times their students meditate together from once to twice per day.
These two schools are situated near each other, and, counting all their students together, there are more than 815 pupils practising Transcendental Meditation in Bali. It is planned that this number will increase to 2,000 by the end of the year, because another nearby school in the middle of Bali is also in the process of implementing the Transcendental Meditation Programme.
In 2010 it is planned to teach the Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme in these schools and thereby create a group of 2,000 students practising Yogic Flying—the number required to create invincibility for the whole of Indonesia, which has a population of 240 million people on over 1,800 islands.
With the support of the David Lynch Foundation and a well-wisher of peace and invincibility for Indonesia who has recently come forward to help implement Consciousness-Based Education in the schools in Bali, it is now practical to achieve this goal of invincibility for Indonesia within one and a half years.
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