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New book explores Maharishi's legacy to the world
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20 September 2011
A new book is in press about the work of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. The book, entitled Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and his Gift to the World, was written by Dr William Sands, Dean of the College of Maharishi Vedic Science at Maharishi University of Management. It features, in a simple and concise way, the great depth and breadth of Maharishi's knowledge and programmes.
Dr Sands said about the book, 'The basic premise is that Maharishi's legacy is his knowledge, and that if we want . . . to get to know Maharishi's mind, and if we want to know what Maharishi was all about, then we should understand his knowledge.'
The book is short and concise. It is written 'in a simple and clear way, [to] outline the different principles of Maharishi Vedic Science,' said Dr Sands.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and his Gift to the World spends many chapters describing the Transcendental Meditation Programme and how it is different from other meditation techniques, how it unfolds total mental potential, improves health, improves behaviour, and can create world peace.
It also discusses the practical application of Maharishi's programmes in the fields of education, health, architecture, government, and many more.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and his Gift to the World is written simply enough so that someone unfamiliar with Maharishi and his programmes can understand everything, but also has enough depth that long-term students of Maharishi Vedic Science could use it to refresh their knowledge.
The book is being published by Maharishi University of Management Press. It is currently in the final stages of publication and will eventually be available as an ebook and available to translate into many other languages.
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