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Norway focuses on Invincibility Tower, schools, and hospital
by Global Good News staff writer
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24 August 2007
During recent groundbreaking ceremonies for the Tower of Invincibility in Norway, held as part of the global celebration of Guru Purnima, Dr Odd Loset, National Leader and Founder of Invincibility of Norway for the Global Country of World Peace, said that he 'remembered Maharishi Mahesh Yogi saying in the 1970s that invincibility was most important.'
Also remembering this historic comment by Maharishi was a special guest—an 85-year old Transcendental Meditation teacher who was honoured during the celebration for her continuing active contributions to promoting programmes to bring invincibility to Norway, including her success in setting up a meeting for Maharishi with the King and Prime Minister of that country, over 30 years ago.
Dr Loset said that he and the local teachers of the Transcendental Meditation Programme are focusing on gaining municipality approval for current invincibility projects. The legalities have been cleared to offer bonds to the people of Norway for a project. In Oslo they are establishing a 100-patient Maharishi Hospital; and they are also planning for Consciousness-Based Education in area schools. Dr Loset said he feels that 'Invincibility will be secured for Norway very soon.'
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