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Croatians enjoy Transcendental Meditation; Maharishi Garden City planned
by Global Good News staff writer
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11 October 2011
In the past year, Croatians have been enjoying the benefits of the Transcendental Meditation Programme and its advanced programmes and technologies of consciousness for the individual and society.
In addition to learning Transcendental Meditation in Croatia, many people have also learned Advanced Techniques of TM, and enjoyed participating in World Peace Assemblies of people practising the advanced Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme, including Yogic Flying—gaining deep rest and rejuvenation while creating coherence and harmony in the collective consciousness of their nation.
Maharishi Vedic Vibration Technology, one of the approaches of Maharishi Ayur-Veda health care, has also been offered during the year.
More and more countries have been taking advantage of the national Maharishi Yagya* Programme, which is designed to promote peace, progress, and good fortune for the country as a whole. Twenty national Yagyas were performed on behalf of Croatia in the past year, and organizers are aiming for the same number for 2011.
In addition, a Maharishi Garden City is being planned on an island off the coast of Croatia. The proposed city will serve as a model for sustainable living; it will include Fortune Creating Homes and other buildings designed according to Maharishi Vastu (Vedic architecture) principles, eco-friendly technologies, and job creation.
* Maharishi Yagyas are precise Vedic performances, conducted by Maharishi Vedic Pandits in India, to create specific life-supporting influences for individuals and nations from the field of pure consciousness, the field of total Natural Law.
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