Slideshow Origins in Switzerland of the Global Country of World Peace Slideshow

26 January 2011

In a recent report Raja Felix Kaegi, Raja of Invincible Switzerland for the Global Country of World Peace highlighted the nation’s significance in the blossoming of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s vision for the world. He outlined many current attractions that draw visitors from around Europe and the world to the International Capital of the Age of Enlightenment in Seelisberg, Switzerland.

Maharishi first visited Switzerland in 1960, and then in 1973 took up residence in the stately buildings of Seelisberg, where the breathtaking alpine setting overlooking Lake Lucerne became the global headquarters for his worldwide Transcendental Meditation organization for over ten years.

Raja Felix recounted many of the historic achievements of the organization that took place here, and many of the great foundations that were laid that are changing the entire character of the world.

Here, Maharishi inaugurated the Dawn of the Age of Enlightenment—a new era characterized by peace, progress, and prosperity for the whole world’s population, along with the structure to perpetuate the Age of Enlightenment—the World Government of the Age of Enlightenment. This has developed into what today we call the Global Country of World Peace.

During his years in Switzerland Maharishi had profound insights into the most subtle mechanics of Natures’s functioning, and introduced powerful technologies to put this abstract knowledge to practical use, the most popular of which is the Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme including Yogic Flying. On the basis of the profound coherence-creating influence created by the Yogic Flying technique Maharishi then designed his programmes for permanent world peace and invincibility for every nation. (read more)


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