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maharishi

Hinduism a Hindu teacher of religious and mystical knowledge
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Palakurthi has worked with the Maharishi movement for three decades and teaches at the Maharishi University of Management in the Unites States.
The band had taken a keen interest in the teachings of the Maharishi, the founder of the transcendental meditation movement, and had joined him at a conference in Bangor, North Wales, in August 1967.
We arrived in time for Maharishi's airport landing.
(1) This ultimately gave way to the larger issue of the state of the TM movement in light of Maharishi's passing in 2008.
From a trailer on the campus of the National Headquarters for Heaven on Earth in Fairfield, Iowa, Hoffman watched the Maharishi's quest for world peace through meditation rise and fall outside her bedroom window.
Maharishi later abandoned the ashram and died in 2008.
They suddenly decided to return home after a feud with the Maharishi, but the Beatles had composed -- by one count -- no less than 48 songs during their stay.
8:45 a.m.: Hill Top Road, hunting complaint at the Maharishi Ayur-Veda School and Medical Center.
In a shocking revelation, as many as 163 Indians, most of them brought to the US as teenagers from villages in northern India to be trained into Vedic Pandits by two institutions set up by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi of transcendental meditation fame, appear to have gone missing over the last 12 months.
Well, I once met Maharishi Mahesh Yogi - a real guru - and, as I have said, I can psychobabble with the best of them.
But I thank Maharishi to this day, he gave me a mantra that I can still use.

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