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Raja John Konhaus explains the mechanics of raising society's quality of life
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9 June 2007
Raja John Konhaus recently explained how it is possible to create national invincibility 'naturally and automatically' on the basis of the Vedic mechanics of transformation.
According to the principles of Vedic Science, society can be transformed and the quality of life improved from the level of the Unified Field, the field of Total Natural Law. Raja Konhaus likened a peaceful, harmonious society to a symphony in which all the musicians are 'following the expression of intelligence that has been given to them by the composer'. This illustrates, he said, how society can be perfectly harmonious when all members are functioning in accord with Natural Law.
The example of building a house from an architect's blueprint similarly illustrates how it is possible to create the ideal society by aligning individual and group awareness with the blueprint of creation, the pure intelligence of the unmanifest Unified Field.
Raja Konhaus explained that national invincibility has its basis in the invincibility of the individual. Like the emptiness within the seed of a plant—'the transcendental gap where the mechanics of transformation take place'—the experience of the Unified Field during the practice of Transcendental Meditation contains within it the infinite potential of everything in creation.
He concluded with a quote from Maharishi that illustrates how the transformation of society is easy when we are acting from that level: 'It's like the sun rises and the light comes and we don't do anything, it just happens on the basis of the sunrise.'
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