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'Brilliant week' on course in Croatia inspires participants to become Transcendental Meditation teachers
by Global Good News staff writer
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18 September 2012
A Transcendental Meditation (TM) course on the island of Hvar, Croatia inspired many of its young participants to become teachers of the technique.
The course attracted young, enthusiastic people from a variety of backgrounds—'a lot of very creative, bright people [including] filmmakers, architects, lawyers, businesspeople', an organizer said.
Participants came from all over—Croatia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Albania, Germany, the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Switzerland, Greece, Egypt, and Australia.
Despite their disparate backgrounds, 'they really enjoyed being together, they thoroughly enjoyed the long meditation programme, they loved all the knowledge,' and came up with a lot of creative ideas to help promote Transcendental Meditation in the world. By the end, many were planning when they were going to take the Transcendental Meditation Teacher Training Course.'
A young woman who had recently graduated from university said, 'I left the course feeling rested and enthusiastic about Transcendental Meditation, and I'm now seriously considering doing the advanced TM-Sidhi course and the TM Teacher Training Course.
'It really was a brilliant week and one that I'm sure we will all remember for a very long time.'
A young man on the course agreed. 'There was so much potential creative energy in the group that I don't feel I can adequately express the joy which . . . this incredible phenomenon brought to me.'
'What can I say about Croatia?' said a participant from London. 'There are really no words to describe my feelings. . . . Meditating with others was a powerful force and a blissful experience.'
See related article: 'Filmmaker David Lynch inspires a group of young meditators to change the world'.
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