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Danish media stirs attention on creating invincibility in Denmark
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8 May 2007
Raja Bjarne Landsfeldt, leader of the Global Country of World Peace for Denmark, reported on the great upwelling of media attention on the creation of invincibility for his country, including the acquisition of a large and beautiful estate north of the capital.
Raja Bjarne shared some selections from a very positive article appearing in a national newspaper on 2 May. The article announced that the Danish Raja has recently acquired the most luxurious property in Denmark, the Sun Hill estate, with the address Peace Palace, King's Road, north of Copenhagen. It explained that the buildings are perfectly aligned in terms of the ideals of Maharishi Vedic Architecture.
The article reports that the surrounding farmland will be transformed and cultivated according to the principles of Vedic Organic Agriculture. Raja Bjarne is quoted in the article as saying, 'We see a very great potential in producing the best possible organic products for the whole of the capital area.' Part of the plan for the estate is also to create a Maharishi Ayur-Veda health spa focusing on prevention of illness rather than on cure.
As a result of this positive attention from a national newspaper, Raja Bjarne has participated in news programmes on the two main television channels in Denmark and following that, more TV stations and many more newspapers are now doing articles with special focus on projects to create invincibility. Raja Bjarne noted that journalists in Denmark are interested in understanding and defining invincibility to readers and viewers and explaining how it is being created.
As further evidence of the rise to invincibility in Denmark, being created by groups of Yogic Flyers, Raja Bjarne reported that Danish businesses are at the forefront of Europe's best workplaces, according to the most recent survey from a US-based research and management consultancy called 'Great Places to Work'. The consultancy's 2007 top 100 listing included 13 Danish companies.
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