--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "sparaig" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> In what way is SSRS more popular?

I just saw an interview with HHDL on CNN. Quite nice in itself. But in
a follow up interview with the DL interviewer, he mentioned
"meditation", and said "whether its Transcendental Meditation or any
meditation, lots of people are seeking meditation [as part of a
"secularly spiritual life"]. 

Everyone knows the term Transcendental Meditation and TM. How many
know the term "Sudarshan Kryia" (one of the main programs of SSRS)?

Or if you mention Ravi Shankar and/or AOL -- how many think of SSRS
and the Art of Living org, and not "that sitar player", or father of
Nora Jones, and America-on-Line? 

SSRS and AOL may be getting quite popular in india, but I don't see
AOL experiencing anything like the SIMS days popularity in the US.

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