And that is still the message at Jyotir Math, a couple of years ago I 
noticed a painted metal signed nailed up above the staircase of the 
main building; 'Dhyaan Bhavateet Karo' 

'Dhyan Bhavateet' is 'Transcendental Meditation'
the words on the sign roughly mean the following:-
Dhyaan = meditation
Bhavateet = beyond feelings
Karo = do

--- In, "sparaig" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> It is interesting to note the contents of Dr. Coplin's footnotes:

> 23. In the interview of June 11, 1983, the current Shankaracharya 
said that Maharishi 
> accompanied his "gurudeva" wherever he went, and that it is due 
to "his habit of following 
> everything of Guru Deva," "his devoted learning," that he has 
achieved such knowledge 
> and fame. He used the term "bhavati dhyana yoga" for transcendental 

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