My Trip to India

You may have read my email a few weeks ago about how I was in India for a World Peace Conference for several weeks. (See this reference) It was an exciting trip and I’m glad I went. Where I was, just south of Hyderabad, is sub-tropical and it got very warm during the day.

Tent city

Tent City

At night it cooled down and since we were in a tent with electricity, a bathroom, but no heat, we needed several blankets to keep warm.

Tent-inside

Tent-inside

There were over 11,000 attendees to this conference from 139 countries, and the main activity was meditation. We were also provided with 3 meals a day (that’s one thing I love about vacations, I don’t have to cook!). Can you imagine cooking for 11,000??  But they did it, and the food was excellent!

Outdoor dining

Outdoor dining

Indoor dining

Indoor dining

The campus we rented (Kanha Shanti Vanam) for this conference is owned by another meditation group that is popular in India. They have the staff and structures to accommodate large crowds, including huge open-air buildings.

Buildings

Buildings

Night lights

Night lights

Plaza

Main Plaza

They took an undeveloped arid piece of land and turned it into lushly landscaped gardens, granite walkways, and lots of palm trees.

Arbor

One (of many) Arbors

Floral Way

Floral Way

Black Granite Fountain

Black Granite Fountain

Floral lane

Floral lane

Walkway

Walkway

Lilly Pad Bridge

Lilly Pad Bridge

Fountains

Fountains  (under coconut palms)

Plus they had one large open-air hall that can hold up to 50K people. 

Main Hall

Main Meeting Hall

Meeting Hall-night

Meeting Hall at night

It was a treat to meet people from all over the world as well as running into friends from Fairfield, Iowa  (my town) who were also there for the conference.

Indian Ladies

Indian Ladies

Ellen&JK

Ellen and Jeannette

There were several goals for this conference. One was for everyone attending to have deep Transcendental meditations to eliminate stress from the nervous system and experience inner bliss.

Another goal was to create a wave of coherence and positivity for the world.  But we knew that having a large group practicing this advanced meditation for two only weeks, was not long enough to stop wars.

What it did do, and this was the main goal, was to bring together the top spiritual leaders of India and inspire them to create a permanent meditating group of the required 10,000 people (the square root of 1% of the world’s population). Only a permanent group can change the world for the better, long-term.

And we accomplished that goal. Several of those leaders are now working together along with the TM leader,  Dr. Tony Nader, to create this group, with the intention of bringing lasting world peace, prosperity, and good health and wellness to everyone on the planet.

How will it work? It works through the consciousness of individuals experiencing inner peace and harmony. When enough people experience that, it affects the whole world.

10K-group-shot

10K- Course Group Shot

At any rate, this conference was an experience of a lifetime and I think the best is yet to come!

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