Up Europe: Global Mother Divine Organization reports achievements on 12 January, 2011 Slideshow

12 January 2011

The Global Mother Divine Organization* (GMDO) in many European countries reported their achievements on the final day of the organization's recent Third International Congress in MERU, Holland.

Iceland
Teachers of Transcendental Meditation in Iceland have continued to instruct hundreds of ladies this year after the visit of renowned filmmaker Dr David Lynch last year. One hundred and forty-one ladies have learnt the Transcendental Meditation Programme since Guru Purnima. Meditators are attending daily group meditations at the centre and creating an influence of coherence in the collective consciousness of the nation.

The ladies have monthly meetings at the Reykjavik Centre for programme, dinner, and an inspiring lecture on the knowledge of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. They have a strong desire to have a Transcendental Meditation Sidhi course, including Yogic Flying this year to create a coherence group large enough to make Iceland invincible.

In June, Global Mother Divine Organization hosted a visit by Dr Charlotte Bech, an expert in Maharishi Ayur-Veda health care. She gave 22 individual consultations and a series of five lectures attended by three hundred people.

A distinguished expert in aromatherapy in Iceland will soon start distributing and advising shops and spas on the best use of VedAroma oils. Also, a group of ladies will start importing and distributing Maharishi Ayurveda Products to shops and individuals.

Germany
Germany has also instituted a continuing series of National Group Meditation meetings for women. The ladies meet together every two weeks in locations around the country to increase coherence and harmony in the collective consciousness of the nation. (read more)


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