Enlightened Life – Help Create World Peace
You can help create peace for the world, by becoming more peaceful in yourself
A study in the Journal of Conflict Resolution found that when there was a large number of people practicing TM together, the Quality of Life Index improved significantly.
A green forest is made up of individual green trees, a peaceful world is made up of peaceful individuals. TM supports individual and world peace.
TM produces peace
The chart above shows the strong correspondence between the number of advanced TM Sidhi meditators in a group in Jerusalem and a composite index of the crime rate, traffic accidents, fires, and the number of war deaths in Lebanon, and by increases in the national stock market and improvements in national mood.
*Reference: International peace project in the Middle East: Effects of the Maharishi Technology of the Unified Field, Journal of Conflict Resolution 32: 776 812, 1988.
Here are the accounts of some meditators:
“TM is a catalyst for peace”
“If there is really going to be peace in the world, then it has to start with the individual.
“A peaceful world is made up of peaceful individuals who are using their full potential.
“TM is a catalyst for peace. If more people practiced TM, the world would be more peaceful.”
– Jerry Yellin, who was in combat in World War II and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross with an Oak Leaf cluster and the Air Medal with four Oak Leaf clusters.
“Coherence and peace”
“For more than 20 years now, I have practiced Transcendental Meditation and it is as a result of the regular practice of this innocent technique that I have come to a deeper awareness of the risen Christ and a profound awareness of his presence at the heart of the world, and in all its conflicts.
“The coherence and peace which is engendered by TM at a personal, corporate and global level, make this technique an invaluable resource for unifying and strengthening the voice of the church.”
– Reverend John Ansell, Anglican Vicar.
“Doesn’t require any intrusive intervention to resolve conflict”
“The advantage of this approach to conflict resolution is that it doesn’t require any intrusive intervention to resolve the conflict. It appears to make use of a fundamental level of interconnectedness among all members of the community to reduce stress and create coherence in the conflict area.”
– John Davies, Ph.D., Research Coordinator for the Center of International Development and Conflict Management at the University of Maryland.
“The work is sound”
“The hypothesis definitely raised some eyebrows among our reviewers. But the statistical work is sound. The numbers are there. When you can statistically control for as many variables as these studies do, it makes the results much more convincing. This evidence indicates that we now have a new technology to generate peace in the world.”
– Raymond Russ, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology at theUniversity of Maine; editor, Journal of Mind and Behavior.
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