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Invincible Australia Course breaks 10-year drought cycle
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16 March 2007
An Invincible Australia Course with 190 Yogic Flyers representing every state in the nation came together at La Trobe University, Melbourne, from December to January to create an influence of coherence, harmony, and positivity in the collective consciousness of Australia, and its influence was felt from the very first day.
Australia has been suffering from subnormal rainfall for nearly 10 years, reaching a critical point last spring in the southern states, which experienced quite severe drought conditions. As a result, widespread bush fires raged unchecked throughout that region.
Before the course, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the Global Country of World Peace, said that just 200 of the 450 Yogic Flyers required for an Invincible Australia would be sufficient to break the drought, and this was exactly what happened.
Despite the severity of the drought and fires, as soon as the Invincible Australia Course started, the rise of Natural Law in the collective consciousness of the nation produced striking effcets on the weather.
Immediately there were heavy rainfalls, especially in the north, and extending down through Central and Western Australia to Esperance on the south coast.
One course participant from a very isolated area in Central Australia said: 'It poured in Alice Springs during the course. The Todd River flowed for the first time in six years. It bucketed down here .... and this is Central Australia in midsummer'.
Another reported: 'We had a joyful experience on arriving home to the farm. When we left home before the Course the land was very dry and dusty, the grass was low and brown, and stock was starting to struggle. To our delight when we drove onto the farm we found a sea of bright green long grass everywhere. It was a sight for sore eyes. Such an uplifting and enlightening feeling. The stock were all healthy and contented. It seems we had quite substantial rain while on the Course.'
The Bureau of Meteorology has officially declared that the 2006 El Niño, which brought drought conditions to Australia, has been extinguished. Weather forecasters are hopeful that La Niña, the flip side of the drought-inducing El Niño, will be triggered in 2007 and unleash badly needed rainfall right across the country.
The course organizers extend all gratitude to the 190 Yogic Flyers for performing the action which proved vital for breaking the long and very severe drought in Australia. 'It went well beyond our individual awareness to organize,' they commented, especially that the Invincible Australia Course was able to influence the weather conditions so strongly, for the whole of Australia.
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