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Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland enjoy programmes for peace and happiness
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8 September 2009
Both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are seeing rising interest in the Transcendental Meditation Programme and initiatives for peace and progress, such as construction of Maharishi Towers of Invincibility and the establishment of coherence-creating groups.
In Northern Ireland, communities on both sides of the peace line* are enjoying the programmes of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, and progress has also been made on the Maharishi Tower of Invincibility in Belfast.
During his recent visit to both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, Raja Stanley, Raja of Invincible Ireland for the Global Country of World Peace visited the Maharishi Island of World Peace along with local Transcendental Meditation Teachers and Yogic Flyers. Construction of beautiful facilities for courses should be complete sometime next year.
'The feeling on the Maharishi Island of World Peace is one of ultimate peace. . . . It will be an exquisite place for us to hold our residential courses,' Raja Stanley said.
In the Republic of Ireland, there are plans to have a Maharishi Tower of Invincibility as well, and land that is suitable according to Maharishi Sthapatya Veda, Vedic architecture, is being sought.
During his stay in Ireland, Raja Stanley addressed the annual summer coherence course for practitioners of Transcendental Meditation and Yogic Flying, and also led a three-day conference for Transcendental Meditation Teachers.
The National Director of Ireland for the Global Country of World Peace reported that interest in Transcendental Meditation is increasing and more people are attending introductory talks about the programme. Transcendental Meditation Teachers in Ireland include two young Teachers, and a third young man is currently attending the Teacher Training Course in Bulgaria. Knowledge about Maharishi Ayur-Veda is also being offered throughout the country, he said.
* Peace Line: One of many walls separating Protestant and Catholic areas. The Belfast Peace Line consists of a series of barriers separating the city's communities and has long been a powerful symbol of unresolved sectarian divisions, and of the long history of conflict in the province; it is felt to be an appropriate setting for the Tower of Invincibility, from where peace and invincibility will be created for Belfast and all of Northern Ireland.
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