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Maharishi School students raising Ecuador to invincibility
by Global Good News staff writer
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11 February 2007
Guayaquil, the second-largest city in Ecuador with a population of 2 million, is home to well-established Maharishi school Liceo Maharishi, a secondary education institution with 400 students. Liceo Maharishi started 20 years ago and developed gradually to incorporate all aspects of Maharishi's Consciousness Based Education. (More)
The school includes both the practice of Transcendental Meditation, and the unique Natural Law Curriculum which incorporates knowledge of the Unified Field of Natural Law and the relationship of consciousness and the Unified Field in all areas of life. The school is headed by Dr Luis Aparicio, who is the general director of the school and the founder of invincibility for Ecuador.
The motto of Liceo Maharishi is 'In their intelligence will shine the world's most perfect wisdom' — Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Two hundred of the schoolchildren have learned Yogic Flying, an advanced aspect of the Transcendental Meditation-Sidhi programme, which is part of the daily routine of the school day before and after classes. By practising this powerful technique together in a group, they are creating invincibility for the nation.
Ecuador's population of 10 million requires 370 Yogic Flyers to achieve national invincibility. Liceo Maharishi is expanding and will add a new Vastu building, and with the increased number of students, this school alone soon have enough Yogic Flyers to create invincibility for Ecuador.
For the last 100 days, 20 countries in Latin America have been raising their nations to invincibility mainly through invincibility programmes in schools, universities, and other groups where students are learning TM and Yogic Flying, thereby aligning the nation with total Natural Law, bringing the nation all affluence, progress, positivity, health for the citizens, and a life of all possibilities.
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