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Pakistan, Kenya: Many students, adults learn Transcendental Meditation
by Global Good News staff writer
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3 July 2010
Large groups of people have been learning the Transcendental Meditation (TM) Programme in Pakistan and Kenya, creating beneficial effects for their nations.
Dr Ashok Kumar, National Director of Pakistan for the Global Country of World Peace, reported* that he has taught Transcendental Meditation to over 200 people in the past six months. He has helped to create groups of 20 to 50 TM practitioners meditating together once or twice a day to intensify the effect of harmony and peace in the environment. Now he is aiming to teach one per cent of the population in some cities and towns of Pakistan.
Dr Solomon Mwangi, National Director of Kenya, reported that there are 300 students and 25 teachers practising Transcendental Meditation in one of the nation's schools. Interest in Consciousness-Based Education is spreading naturally because the local communities are so impressed by the changes they see in the students.
Two more schools in Kenya are to start the programme next week, and another aim is to build schools in those communities where demand is high. Dr Mwangi said a lot of coherence is developing in the nation and the region, and he attributes this to the effect of the groups of Transcendental Meditation practitioners.
* Dr Kumar's and Dr Mwangi's reports were featured on the 3 July 2010 Maharishi Global Family Chat, broadcast daily via Internet webcast on the Maharishi Channel, Channel 3. Podcasts of the daily Global Family Chat (audio track) are also now available for automatic download, via an RSS feed.
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