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Germany: Large groups of Yogic Flyers to create peace, harmony, progress
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23 September 2010
During the recent 50th anniversary celebration of the Transcendental Meditation Programme in Germany, leaders and well-wishers of the Global Country of World Peace planned for the creation of invincibility for the nation through large groups of Yogic Flyers.
'What we wanted to remember that day,' said Raja Emanuel Schiffgens, Raja of Invincible Germany for the Global Country of World Peace, referring to the Golden Jubilee celebration, 'is that Maharishi Mahesh Yogi has given us the responsibility not only to meditate regularly for personal enlightenment, but also to promote national invincibility.'
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'This is why we need these big groups of Yogic Flyers practising together,' he said.*
He explained that 1,000 is the number of Yogic Flyers necessary to create invincibility, but ideally there should be a safety factor of several thousand more practising Yogic Flying together in Germany.
Raja Emanuel outlined a plan in which a group of 200 young people would create coherence and harmony from 16 major cities throughout the nation.
Proposed plans for a university of 1,000 students and a group of 1,000 Vedic Pandits also practising Yogic Flying would mean over 5,000 Yogic Flyers for the nation.
Together these groups would create an indomitable influence of peace, harmony, and progress for Germany, Raja Emanuel said.
* Raja Emmanuel's report was featured on the 23 September 2010 Maharishi Global Family Chat, broadcast daily via Internet webcast on the Maharishi Channel, Channel 3.
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