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Vietnam: Growing interest in Transcendental Meditation from Maharishi University of Management faculty presentations
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31 December 2009
In May 2008, two faculty members from Maharishi University of Management, Dr John and Dr Christina Revolinski, visited Vietnam to give presentations about the university's Computer Professionals programme.
Following their visit, a university president from Vietnam visited the Maharishi University of Management campus, which is located in Fairfield, Iowa, USA. In July 2008 the Revolinskis visited Vietnam again, and the university president and 11 top university administrators learnt the Transcendental Meditation Programme.
Dr John Revolinski visited Vietnam a third time in May 2009, along with a Malaysian Teacher of Transcendental Mediation and a Vietnamese man, who recently completed the Transcendental Meditation Teacher Training Course. This new Teacher had lived in America for 20 years and been a student at Maharishi University of Management, attending the Invincible America Assembly.
Since then, many leaders of one of the international agencies in Ho Chi Minh City have learnt Transcendental Meditation. Two thousand people attended one lecture, which was held at the offices of this agency. The agency has been very instrumental in assisting with introducing the programme in the country.
Speaking on 16 December,* Raja Robert LoPinto, Raja (Administrator) of Vietnam for the Global Country of World Peace, said that meditation is very much part of the Vietnamese culture. Having gained such benefits from their Transcendental Meditation practice, more and more people are referring their friends to learn the technique.
Global Good News will feature a second article about Vietnam in coming days.
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