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India: Coherence rising in national consciousness through Global Mother Divine Organization programmes
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12 January 2011
The Global Mother Divine Organization* in India has developed a very successful programme—called the Sahasra Shirsha Matri Mandal project—which aims to create groups of 1,000 women practising Yogic Flying together at the same time in their own homes, in each of the 631 districts of the country.
Through this programme, more women are steadily learning Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Transcendental Meditation Programme, its Advanced Techniques, and the Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme, including Yogic Flying.
Through their regular twice-daily practice, these women are not only developing their own consciousness and promoting better health, happiness, and fulfilment for themselves and their families—but also creating a rising influence of coherence and harmony in the collective consciousness of their communities and the nation.
As Natural Law continues to rise in India, the Land of the Veda, the main emphasis of the Global Mother Divine Organization continues to be on the expansion of teaching activities and on providing Consciousness-Based Education for girls. The past year saw many achievements in these areas, including initiatives that continue in 2011.
In Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, 2,847 ladies have learned Transcendental Meditation since autumn 2009, and 84 have become Yogic Flyers. Regular group meditations are being organized. Meditating ladies at an education diploma college are beginning the Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme in the new year.
The Transcendental Meditation Teachers of Maharishi Nagar, Uttar Pradesh—seat of the National Office of the Global Mother Divine Organization in India—have also embarked on the Sahasra Shirsha Matri Mandal project: 341 ladies have learned Transcendental Meditation in the last three months, 64 have become Yogic Flyers, and 60 more will soon complete their training.
Maharishi Nagar hosted a beautiful 3-day celebration of Guru Purnima last July. Ms Aditi Srivastava, who had recently completed her Transcendental Meditation Teacher Training Course, was the chief guest and awarded prizes to three winners of a children's drawing competition held last February.
During a nine-day celebration in the autumn, videotapes of Maharishi's addresses were played daily to large public audiences. Hundreds of women registered to learn Transcendental Meditation. A traditional celebration in which young girls receive offerings of food and gifts, was held for 600 girls.
In news from the Varanasi Centre (Uttar Pradesh), a lady Jyotishi (expert in Maharishi Jyotish, the exact science of Vedic astrology) will visit the local K-TV channel for a weekly broadcast of Jyotish predictions. The contact information of the TranscendentaL Meditation Centre will be given at the end of each programme.
In Ahmedabad, Gujarat, some of the women Yogic Flyers, whose families own businesses, are undertaking to provide job training and job placement for women of economically less advantaged sectors of society, and to arrange for their instruction in Transcendental Meditation.
Participants in a recent coherence-creating World Peace Assembly at Shanti Bhavan in Karimnagar, Andhra Pradesh, have expressed interest in attending the Transcendental Meditation Teacher Training Course. Eight to nine women Transcendental Meditation Teachers from South India have indicated interest in attending the Transcendental Meditation Teacher Refresher Course.
Another achievement, in the field of children's health: on 15 December, the newest book by Kumuda Reddy, MD on Maharishi Ayurveda health care—Super Healthy Kids—was released in Hyderabad by Past President of India, Dr A P J Abdul Kalam.
This news was featured in a presentation of GMDO–India's achievements of the past year, along with new initiatives and plans for 2011, during the Global Mother Divine Organization's international 12 January celebrations in MERU, Holland.
More achievements of the Global Mother Divine Organization in India in girls' education will soon appear in the Excellence in Action section of Global Good News.
Global Good News will continue to feature achievements of the Global Mother Divine Organization in many countries around the world in the coming days.
* The Global Mother Divine Organization was founded in December 2007 as the women's wing of the Global Country of World Peace, currently active in 86 countries and rapidly expanding to include 192 countries of the world. In the ancient Vedic tradition of India, the expression 'Mother Divine' refers to the universal, all-nourishing qualities of nature—bliss, intelligence, creativity, harmony—that promote life in the direction of peace and progress.
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