Up Maharishi Towers of Invincibility—lighthouses of peace in every land Slideshow

15 July 2013

An initiative to build Maharishi Towers of Invincibility around the world has gained momentum this year, with the founding of a new organization in the Netherlands to help support their development. On 12 January 2008, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi announced his desire for Towers of Invincibility to be built in every land to preserve his Vedic Science and Technology of Consciousness for all generations to come.

On the same day, inspired by Maharishi, the initiative to build these Towers of 'highly reverberating knowledge' was inaugurated in over 100 countries around the globe. The project is an initiative of the Global Country of World Peace.*

'The Maharishi Towers of Invincibility will stand forever as Maharishi's gift of Total Knowledge of Natural Law for perfection in all areas of life,' said Dr Chris Crowell, addressing a conference last week at Maharishi European Research University (MERU) in the Netherlands, with Dr Ann Crowell.

They are among the International Directors of the Global Country of World Peace, and members of the board of directors of the new organization, Stichting Maharishi Tower of Invincibility.

'Man has always sought perfection?perfection in his own life, and for his family, society, and nation,' he said. 'In the same way, the wise and good-hearted of all cultures have expressed their hope for a time of peace, progress and prosperity, and the fullness of life in harmony with nature.'

'It's therefore the great good fortune of this generation,' Dr Ann Crowell commented, 'that Maharishi has restored this timeless knowledge to raise all areas of life to their supreme value—allowing life to be lived in tune with the nourishing intelligence of nature, and fulfilling the urgent need of the time for greater unity, greater love, and greater understanding in our world family.' (read more)

See a 12-minute video on the Maharishi Tower of Invincibility


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