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Highlights of Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam's
address in the Golden Dome:
Special role of the United States
in creating Heaven on Earth
(20 April 2009) Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam, First Ruler of the Global
Country of World Peace, continued his address on 3 April 2009 to the
whole Invincible America Assembly community in the Maharishi Patanjali
Golden Dome of Pure Knowledge at Maharishi University of Management.
Maharaja praised the enormous creativity of the United States and its
capacity for 'thinking big', which also gives the nation an especially
important role in creating Heaven on Earth.
Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam expressed his appreciation for the United
States, in part because he had learned there many areas of knowledge,
including physiology and neurology, that helped to unfold, under
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's guidance, 'the very great understanding which
Maharishi already had' of the reality of Veda and Vedic Literature in
human physiology. Maharaja explained that 'we were able with his
guidance to discover these things that really show the uniqueness of our
human physiology as being divine, that really explains why man was
created in the image of God.'
Maharaja also discussed the special role of the
United States in creating Heaven on Earth. 'When America does something,
it does it very big. Do you want to go to the moon? They'll take you to
the moon. You want a scientific discovery, computers,
knowledge?—absolutely great. Americans have that openness, that
creativity that Maharishi was inspired by—that's why he constantly
repeated that the United States was the most creative country in the
world. You want a Maharishi Vedic City, the United States will do it.
You want funded outside of India, a big group, a large group [of Yogic
Flying Vedic Pandits]—''Yes we'll do it.''
'So the United States, in my vision and also in my understanding from
Maharishi, is a very key power for the creation of Heaven on Earth,'
Maharaja said. 'It is a big responsibility, because you expend to do
everything big—even the financial crisis, it will do it very big. You
want an atomic bomb, it will create it.'
This, Maharaja emphasized, brings a great responsibility for the United
States to have Total Knowledge of Natural Law. 'So this ability to
achieve, to be great, to be on top of the world, has to have the element
of total Natural Law in it. Therefore the US needs the knowledge in it,
and the knowledge needs the US.'
Maharaja gave an analogy of 'someone holding the flowers, and someone
holding the vase with water in it, and each says, ''It's mine, it's not
yours''—and so the beautiful flowers are going to die and the vase
remains not as beautiful as it could be. You put the flowers in the
vase, and you have beautiful flowers in a beautiful vase.
'In the same way, there is Total Knowledge of spirituality, of the most
profound level of understanding of Natural Law, available in the land of
the Veda [India], the land of Maharishi. And there is this great
creative intelligence in the minds and hearts, the openness of the
people of the United States—their creativity, their thinking, their
ability to evaluate everything and take what is good and move on with
it, without being being held back by any concerns—just creative, moving
forward,' Maharaja said. 'And I trust that this is a very important
aspect of our ability to create Heaven on Earth.'
Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam
visits his Capital in
Maharishi Vedic City, USA
April 2009) Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam, First Ruler of the Global
Country of World Peace, visited the seat of his administration in North
America in Maharishi Vedic City, USA on Friday 3 April, and gave a
beautiful address to 1,200 faculty, students, community leaders, and
Invincible America Assembly participants in the Maharishi Patanjali
Golden Dome of Pure Knowledge at Maharishi University of Management in
Dr Bevan Morris, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace,
and President of Maharishi University of Management, accompanied
Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam on his visit to the United States from the
International Capital of the Global Country in MERU, Holland.
'We are really so fortunate that Maharaja has come to our community, to
our Invincible America Assembly, to bless us on the great day of Raam
Navami,' Dr Morris said. 'This moment will live in our memory, because
it is the first great visit of Maharaja anywhere in the world, since
Maharishi has bestowed upon him the full responsibility for the
leadership of this Movement, the bringing of Raam Raj into the world.
Maharaja means the great ruler, Adhiraj means preeminent among all
rulers, and Rajaraam means in the line of Raja Raam the Great of Ayodhya,
in whose kingdom Brahm (Totality, total Natural Law) was the ruler and
suffering belonged to no one. So even in this title, we see the degree
of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's admiration of this great ruler of our whole
He described the 'great atmosphere of auspiciousness and bliss' since
Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam's arrival at his Capital in Maharishi Vedic
City, established by Maharishi as a seat for Maharaja in the US and
North America. He was warmly welcomed by Maharishi Vedic Pandits
performing Vedic recitation and a traditional ceremony of welcome, and
by Rajas of the Global Country and Maharishi Purusha Programme members.
Before Maharaja addressed the gathering in the Dome, Dr Morris presented
all the community leaders and groups to him, including those already
noted, as well as Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment;
Fairfield Mayor Ed Malloy, and the mayor and city council of Maharishi
Vedic City; and leading Vedic experts from India—'everyone who is here
together for their own enlightenment and bliss, and for the sake of the
whole world—really the cream of the world are gathered here'.
Dr Morris expressed the gratitude of the whole community to Maharaja for
his coming, explaining that he had come just for the purpose of being
with everyone, especially on the day of Raam Navami, 'which truly
embodies the nature of the administration' of the Global Country of
Maharaja's visit coincided with great events in New York City: a major
press conference Friday by the David Lynch Foundation to announce the
'Change Begins Within' benefit concert Saturday 4 April—headlined by
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, to raise funds for its global initiative
to teach 1 million school children Transcendental Meditation.
Dr Morris described to Maharaja the community's achievements,
particularly its dedication over many years to creating coherence in
national consciousness through the large group of Yogic Flyers
practising together twice daily in the two Golden Domes of Pure
Knowledge—since 2006 designated as the Invincible America Assembly by
Maharishi. 'Probably just in the two Golden Domes, there will be
something like 30 million hours of transcending, from all the long
practice over the years,' he said.
Dr Morris praised Invincible America Assembly participants, explaining
to Maharaja that they have been unfolding through their daily long group
practice 'a highly developed stage of human consciousness, fulfilling
the birthright of every human being'. Arriving in the United States for
the first time since the new year, Dr Morris congratulated the Assembly,
commenting on the new momentum of evolutionary change and progress in
the nation, 'emanating from the enlightened consciousness of this group
of people', adding that this was a gift from Maharishi.
introduced in Golden Dome
as 'greatest scientist of all human history'
(6 April 2009)
Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam, First Ruler of the Global Country of World
Peace, visited the seat of his administration in North America in
Maharishi Vedic City, USA on Friday 3 April, and gave a beautiful
address to 1,200 faculty, students, community leaders, and Invincible
America Assembly participants in the Maharishi Patanjali Golden Dome of
Pure Knowledge at Maharishi University of Management in nearby
Bevan Morris, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace and
President of Maharishi University of Management, introduced Maharaja to
the large gathering in the Dome as 'the greatest scientist of all human
history' for his historic discovery, under the guidance of Maharishi
Mahesh Yogi, of the reality of Veda and Vedic Literature in human
Dr Morris honoured Maharaja's supreme intellectual genius, and his
dedication and openness to the whole field of Total Knowledge he
received from Maharishi, to 'illuminate the relationship between the
field of consciousness, its self-referral vibrations as Veda and Vedic
Literature, and the expression of that in human physiology, and the
physiology of the universe—making the reality that there is only one
continuum of consciousness, and physiology is consciousness, the
individual is cosmic, and has cosmic creative potential. . . .
'Maharishi saw that what Maharaja had done was unite all opposite
values, in a field of unity: spirituality and science, matter and
consciousness—all the seemingly opposite extremes, brought into one
grand unity of scientific understanding—and not just one for
intellectual enjoyment, but one which, through the practice of the
techniques which Guru Dev* gave to all of us through Maharishi, this
reality could be completely lived by every human being, and every nation
could be invincible.
'This was what Maharishi saw in this discovery, that it had in fact
created the intellectual foundation for the dawn of Raam Raj, and the
education in Raam Raj that would sustain life in the field of bliss and
make heaven continually be open, the reality of life on earth for
countless generations.' This was the magnitude of Maharaja's discovery,
Dr Morris said, expressed in his first book, and coming out soon in a
second book, which shows the Ramayan in the physiology of every human
'Maharishi was so proud of this discovery,' Dr Morris said, 'that he
weighed Maharaja in gold in 1998, like something from the ancient
traditions of India, for such a supreme accomplishment.' Maharishi saw
that this great scientist was 'the proper leader of his world Movement
for the continuation of his legacy in the world', and crowned Maharaja
as First Ruler of the Global Country of World Peace in 2000.
Dr Morris also honoured Maharaja's beautiful support of Maharishi
especially in early 2008 when Maharishi was establishing the direction
for the continuation of all his programmes of the Global Country of
World Peace—the 'farewell gift' he requested from the Rajas, of building
Maharishi Towers of Invincibility in all countries; establishment of 48
Brahmanand Saraswati Nagars throughout India, and the Global Capital of
Raam Raj at the Brahma-Sthan of India; culminating in the foundation of
the Brahmanand Saraswati Trust to create an endowment fund to support
large groups of Vedic Pandits in India and around the world.
And Maharishi bestowed the responsibility for all of this on Maharaja,
Dr Morris said, which he feels he shares with all the leadership of the
Global Country of World Peace and with all the enlightened of the world,
including this group he was addressing today.
Thanking Maharaja for coming and blessing the community, a 'huge golden
day in our history', Dr Morris recalled many inspiring events over the
years in the Maharishi Patanjali Golden Dome, 'which Maharishi conceived
and which was built completely with his inspiration and guidance, to
create an invincible America'—including Maharishi's two visits: in
December 1979 when the Dome was under construction, giving a beautiful
lecture from where Maharaja was now sitting; and again in December 1983,
inaugurating the Taste of Utopia Assembly in a gathering of 3,000 Yogic
Dr Morris also honoured Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam's guidance of the
Global Council of Rajas, Minsters, Raj Rajeshwaris, 'with beautiful
words inspired from the level of silence, from Maharishi's level',
setting everything in the right path. 'We all have been grateful for
your leadership, for your kindness, and for your all-inclusiveness. He
draws everyone together, he constantly unifies, and gives wise blessings
and inspiration, is just the living embodiment of enlightened heart and
enlightened intellect.' In crowning Maharaja, Dr Morris said, Maharishi
gave everyone 'a chance to unfold the totality of administration through
silence that Maharishi desired, that he saw coming for the whole world
through the leadership of Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam'.
Meditation helped stabilize Beatles
April 2009) NEW YORK (Reuters) - The surviving members of the Beatles,
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, will perform at a concert on Saturday to
raise funds to help children learn a meditation technique McCartney said
helped stabilize the band at the height of its fame.
McCartney and Starr will perform separate sets at
the 'Change Begins Within' concert for the David Lynch Foundation, which
helps people learn Transcendental Meditation.
The Beatles helped popularize Transcendental Meditation—described as a
simple mental technique that combats stress—in 1967 when they sought
spiritual guidance from an Indian guru, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
'It was a great gift that Maharishi gave us,' McCartney told a news
conference on Friday to promote the concert. 'For me, it came at a time
when we were looking for something to kind of stabilize us toward the
end of the crazy '60s.'
'It's a lifelong gift. It's something you can call on at any time,' he
said. 'I think it's a great thing it's actually coming into the
Starr also described Transcendental Meditation as a gift and that since
learning it more than 40 years ago 'sometimes a lot and sometimes a
little I have meditated.'
The lineup for the concert at famed Radio City Music Hall also includes
Sheryl Crow, Donovan, Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder, blues-folk musician
Ben Harper and techno star Moby.
Filmmaker David Lynch's foundation says that since 2005 it has provided
scholarships for more than 100,000 at-risk young people, teachers and
parents in 30 countries to learn Transcendental Meditation.
The concert is intended to raise funds toward the foundation's goal of
helping a million children learn to meditate.
'I feel like I'm at a meeting of meditators anonymous,' Moby joked. 'I
just learned TM. recently . . .'
'. . . . one of the things that impressed me about TM. . . . was its
simplicity,' he said. 'It's a simple practice that calms the mind.'