Yes, in a way with only a few hundred TM teachers working, this stage now is
more like the later 1960’s and early 1970’s where a few TM teachers fanned out,
were lecturing and a movement in popular culture came of it. Although where
that movement was about deep rest and mental potential this version comes with
Rajas and Vedic studies.
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I think at the height of the Merv wave 50K/month were learning.
Buddha at the Gas Pump
From: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com <FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 8, 2018 9:42 PM
Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: Guru Purnima: the Raja class..
It is said that TM initiated 28.5k new meditators last year in US America, a
30% increase with all the good work of David Lynch Foundation and the Maharishi
Foundation ™.org teachers.. Something like the Merv Wave of the mid-1970’s
going on. . Something like 380 active trained ‘certified’ ™ teachers now in the
US. in 1975 there were 6000 TM teachers in the US. It works financially for
teachers teaching is the active centers where there are larger metropolitan
populations. Not so feasible in smaller areas. Teachers get 30 percent. The
thing of men teaching men and women teaching women makes teaching very
inefficient when it tends to be more women who come to meditation by three to
one. The men teachers are not called on as much to teach.
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<skymt...@yahoo.com mailto:skymt...@yahoo.com> wrote :
They only have part 1 posted covering 5 questions (first one, "describe 7
states of consciousness").
On video, Haiglin said more than tens of thousands are learning TM in US each
month, with many more world- wide. Sounds high. Does anyone have monthly or
annual US and world TM course numbers?