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Vedic technology displayed at world's largest IT trade fair
by Global Good News staff writer
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27 March 2007
A banner displaying the slogan, 'We Make Germany Invincible' attracted a great deal of attention at CeBIT, the world's largest trade fair showcasing digital IT and telecommunication systems. Hannover, Germany hosts CeBIT each year, providing an international platform where latest innovations are shared by industry and service sectors, wholesale and retail markets, skilled trades, banks, government agencies, and technology users. The current fair, just concluded, is the largest ever held, with 6,000 exhibitors from 77 nations.
German representatives of the Global Country of World Peace welcomed the many visitors gathering under the 'We Make Germany Invincible' banner. A national television network filmed the exhibition, which included a live demonstration of brain wave coherence enlivened through the practice of the Transcendental Meditation technique. Tens of thousands of pamphlets on TM were given to visitors. Teachers of Transcendental Meditation explained how Germany can be made invincible through Yogic Flying. A retired BMW manager from Munich gave a radio interview on the benefits of Transcendental Meditation for the corporate world.
Dr Alarik Arenander, an international neuroscientist at Maharishi University of Management in America and an expert in research on Transcendental Meditation, explained to visitors how this simple technique optimizes brain functioning. Visitors could see the unique ordering, or coherence, in brain wave patterns when an individual sits to meditate. Young people from many countries were fascinated by this demonstration; many had heard of TM previously but were seeing the physiological effects for the first time.
The display attracted enthusiastic response from a broad spectrum of visitors: an American school principal from Washington state asked how he could introduce the TM programme in his school; a businessman from Saudi Arabia asked how it could be implemented for more profit in industry; and a medical student wanted to know how soon he could learn Transcendental Meditation.
Several aspects of Maharishi's Vedic Science were on display, including charts on Vedic Education, Vedic Physiology, the Cosmic Constitution, the Raam (global development currency of the Global Country of World Peace), and Maharishi Sthapatya Veda (Vedic architecture).
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